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Spanish translation of “text”

text

noun /tekst/
in a book, the written or printed words, as opposed to the illustrations, notes etc
texto
First the text was printed, then the drawings added.
a passage from the Bible about which a sermon is preached
texto
He preached on a text from St John’s gospel.
textbook noun a book used in teaching, giving the main facts about a subject
libro de texto
a history textbook.
text message noun a written message that you send using a mobile phone/cell phone
Mensaje de Texto
She sent me a text message last night.
(Definition of text from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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