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Spanish translation of “mention”

mention

verb /ˈmenʃən/
to speak of or refer to
mencionar, decir, hablar de
He mentioned the plan.
to remark or say usually briefly or indirectly
mencionar
She mentioned (that) she might be leaving.
not to mention used to emphasize something important or to excuse oneself for mentioning something relatively unimportant
por no hablar de, sin contar
He is rich and clever, not to mention handsome.
(Definition of mention from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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