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SASEnoun [C]

uk   /ˌes.eɪˌesˈiː/ us   /ˌes.eɪˌesˈiː/ US UK sae
abbreviation for self-addressed stamped envelope: an envelope with a stamp and your name and address on it that you send inside another envelope to an organization when you want a reply: Please enclose an SASE with your application.
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(Definition of SASE from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

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SASEnoun [C]

abbreviation for self-addressed stamped envelope (= an envelope that has a stamp on it and the address of the person who sends it)
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"SASE" in Business English

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SASEnoun [C]

uk   /ˌeseɪesˈiː/ us   US
abbreviation for self-addressed stamped envelope: an envelope with your name, address, and a stamp on, that you send to someone so that they can send you something back: Send a letter with an SASE for a price quote.
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