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mailnoun [U]

 us   /meɪl/
the letters and packages that are transported and delivered to your home or the place you work, esp. those delivered by the government’s system: She spent the morning reading and answering mail. The mail is usually delivered before noon.

mailverb [T]

 us   /meɪl/
to send esp. letters or packages by the mail system: She mailed the letter last week but it still hasn’t arrived.
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