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Translation of "ID" - English-Spanish dictionary

ID

noun   /ˌaɪˈdiː/
A2 an official document that shows or proves who you are documento de identidad, identificación Make sure you carry some ID with you. You will need a passport or an ID card.
  /aɪd/
short form of I had forma abreviada de “I had” Everyone thought I’d gone.
short form of I would forma abreviada de “I would” I’d like to buy some stamps, please.
(Definition of ID from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

ID

abbreviation, noun /ˌai ˈdiː/
short for identity identidad The police have established the victim’s ID.
short for identification (card) documentación; tarjeta de identidad, Documento Nacional de Identidad (DNI) Can I see some ID, please? (also adjective) an ID card.
(Definition of ID from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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