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message

noun /ˈmesidʒ/
a piece of information spoken or written, passed from one person to another
mensaje, recado
I have a message for you from Mr Johnston.
the instruction or teaching of a moral story, religion, prophet etc
mensaje
What message is this story trying to give us?
messenger /-sindʒə/ noun a person who carries letters, information etc from place to place
mensajero
The king’s messenger brought news of the army’s defeat.
Translations of “message”
in Korean 메시지…
in Arabic رِسالة…
in French message…
in Italian messaggio…
in Chinese (Traditional) 資訊, 訊息, 消息…
in Russian сообщение, записка, идейное содержание…
in Turkish ileti, haber, mesaj…
in Polish wiadomość, przesłanie…
in Portuguese mensagem, recado…
in German die Mitteilung, die Botschaft…
in Catalan missatge, encàrrec…
in Japanese 伝言…
in Chinese (Simplified) 信息, 消息, 口信…
(Definition of message from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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