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Translation of "bulletin" - English-Spanish dictionary

bulletin

noun   /ˈbʊl.ə.tɪn/
a short news programme on television or radio, often about something that has just happened, or a short newspaper printed by an organization boletín an hourly news bulletin The company publishes a weekly bulletin for its employees.12012368
(Definition of bulletin from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

bulletin

noun /ˈbulətin/
an official (verbal) report of news boletín a bulletin about the Queen’s illness.
a printed information-sheet boletín a monthly bulletin of local news.
bulletin board noun
(American ) a board on the wall forputting notices on; noticeboard (British) Tablero de Anuncios She posted a notice on the bulletin board.
(computing) a place on a computer network where users can post and read messages Foro A single message posted on a popular bulletin board might reach millions of people.
(Definition of bulletin from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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