block capitals Definition in British English Dictionary
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block capitalsnoun [plural]

uk   us   (also mainly US block letters)
a style of writing in which each letter of a word is written separately and clearly using the capital letters of the alphabet: Please print your name and address in block capitals.
Translations of “block capitals”
in Korean 블록체 대문자…
in Arabic الحُروف الكبيرة…
in Portuguese letras maiúsculas…
in Catalan majúscules…
in Japanese (アルファベットの)大文字…
in Italian stampatello maiuscolo…
in Chinese (Traditional) 正楷大寫字母…
in Russian заглавные буквы…
in Turkish büyük harfler…
in Chinese (Simplified) 正体大写字母…
in Polish litery drukowane…
(Definition of block capitals from the Cambridge Advanced Learners Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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