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Translation of "mail" - English-Spanish dictionary

mail

noun [no plural]   /meɪl/
A2 ( UK also post) letters and parcels that you get or send correo We got lots of mail this morning.
A2 mainly US ( UK usually post) the system by which letters and parcels are taken and brought correo The book came in yesterday’s mail.
A2 email email I need to clean out the mail in my inbox.
verb   /meɪl/ mainly US ( UK usually post)
to send a letter or parcel or to email something enviar Could you mail it to me?
(Definition of mail from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

mail

noun /meil/
letters, parcels etc by post correo, cartas, correspondencia His secretary opens his mail.
mailbag noun
a bag for letters etc saca de correos The letters are put into mailbags and sent to London by train.
mailbox noun
(American) a postbox. buzón
mailman /-mӕn/ noun ( plural mailmen)
(American) a postman. cartero
mail order /ˈmeil ˌoːdə/ noun
a way of buying and selling goods in which the buyer chooses them at home from a catalogue/catalog or a website and the selling company sends them by post compra por correo I ordered the book by mail order (also adjective) a mail order catalogue.
(Definition of mail from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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