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Spanish translation of “postpone”

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postpone

verb /pəsˈpəun/
to cancel until a future time
posponer, aplazar
The football match has been postponed (till tomorrow).
postponement noun
aplazamiento
The singer’s ill health led to the postponement of the concert.
Translations of “postpone”
in Korean 연기하다…
in Arabic يُؤجّل…
in French ajourner…
in Italian rinviare…
in Chinese (Traditional) 延後,延緩,使延期…
in Russian откладывать, отсрочивать…
in Turkish ertelemek, tehir etmek…
in Polish odkładać…
in Portuguese adiar…
in German verschieben…
in Catalan ajornar…
in Japanese ~を延期する, 先送りにする…
in Chinese (Simplified) 推迟,延缓,使延期…
(Definition of postpone from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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