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English definition of “mail”

mail

verb [T]
 
 
/meɪl/
(UK also post) COMMUNICATIONS to send a letter or parcel: mail sb sth I've mailed you your invitation to the opening.mail sth to sb Mail your completed application to human resources. We mailed it from Perth to Brisbane and it arrived in a day.
mainly UK COMMUNICATIONS, IT →  email verb: I mailed them using the link on their website.mail sth to sb Can't you just mail it to me as an attachment?
(Definition of mail verb from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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