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mailoutnoun [C]

(also mail-out) uk   us   /ˈmeɪlaʊt/ UK MARKETING
an ​act of ​sendingletters, ​packages, or ​electronicmessages to a lot of ​people at one ​time: The ​cost of ​sending a mailout to all ​households would far ​exceed the ​budget.
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