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Translation of "preface" - English-Spanish dictionary

preface

noun   /ˈpref·ɪs/
a piece of writing at the beginning of a book that explains why it was written prólogo, prefacio
(Definition of preface from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

preface

noun /ˈprefəs/
an introduction to a book etc prefacio The preface explained how to use the dictionary.
(Definition of preface from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “preface”
in Korean 서문…
in Arabic تَمهيد…
in Malaysian kata pendahuluan…
in French préface…
in Russian предисловие…
in Chinese (Traditional) 序言,前言…
in Italian prefazione…
in Turkish ön söz…
in Polish przedmowa…
in Vietnamese lời mở đầu…
in Portuguese prefácio…
in Thai คำนำ…
in German die Einleitung…
in Catalan pròleg, prefaci…
in Japanese 前書き, 序文…
in Chinese (Simplified) 序言,前言…
in Indonesian prakata…
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