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Translation of "letter" - English-Spanish dictionary

letter

noun /ˈletə/
a mark expressing a sound letra the letters of the alphabet. a written message, especially sent by post in an envelope carta She slowly took the letter from its envelope Did you post my letter? lettering noun the way in which letters are formed rotulación, escritura the art of lettering. letters which have been drawn, painted etc inscripción He repainted the lettering over the shop door. letterbox noun a slit in a door (sometimes with a box behind it) through which mail from the post is put buzón He put the card through the letterbox. a postbox. buzón letterhead noun the name and address of a company, a person etc printed at the top of a piece of writing paper. encabezado, membrete to the letter precisely; according to every detail al pie de la letra He followed his father’s instructions to the letter.
Translations of “letter”
in Arabic رِسالة, حَرْف…
in Korean 편지, 글자…
in Malaysian huruf, surat…
in French lettre…
in Turkish mektup, harf…
in Italian lettera…
in Chinese (Traditional) 資訊, 信,信件…
in Russian письмо, буква…
in Polish list, litera…
in Vietnamese chữ cái, thư…
in Portuguese carta, letra…
in Thai ตัวอักษร, จดหมาย…
in German der Buchstabe, der Brief…
in Catalan carta, lletra…
in Japanese 手紙, 文字…
in Indonesian huruf, surat…
in Chinese (Simplified) 信息, 信,信件…
(Definition of letter from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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