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saenoun [C]

uk   us   /ˌes.eɪˈiː/ UK (US also SASE)
abbreviation forstampedaddressedenvelope or ​self-addressedenvelope: an ​envelope with a ​stamp and ​yourname and ​address on it that you ​send inside another envelope to an ​organization when you ​want a ​reply: Write to the above ​address, ​enclosing an sae.
(Definition of sae from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

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saenoun [C]

(also SAE) uk   us   UK
abbreviation for self-addressed ​envelope or ​stampedaddressedenvelope: an ​envelope with your ​address and a ​stamp on it, that you ​send to someone so that they can ​send you something back: For more details ​send an sae to the ​addresslisted below.
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