Definition of airmail in English:

airmail

Line breaks: air|mail
Pronunciation: /ˈɛːmeɪl
 
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noun

[mass noun]
A system of transporting mail by aircraft, typically overseas: instructions were sent by airmail
More example sentences
  • Delivery takes 3-4 weeks by airmail, or 5-7 weeks by boat; there is a no-time-limit, 100% money-back guarantee.
  • Sussmann has passed on my documents by airmail to Georg.
  • Their March edition, I've just received it by airmail, it has some excellent and thought-provoking and theologically astute articles about the issue.

verb

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Send (mail) by aircraft: I have a sheaf of letters to airmail
More example sentences
  • She is adamant she will not be airmailing it to her son-in-law, who emigrated to Australia with his wife and their two children in 1979.
  • I subscribe to a monthly magazine from England (paying extra to have it airmailed so it will arrive in Thailand within 4-5 days).
  • Mine are carefully folded into envelopes and airmailed to Berlin.

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