Definición de missive en inglés:

missive

Saltos de línea: mis|sive
Pronunciación: /ˈmɪsɪv
 
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sustantivo

often humorous
1A letter, especially a long or official one: yet another missive from the Foreign Office
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • As it is, he constantly whisks electronic missives to staff and customers - his email address is made public - singing praises and responding to problems.
  • I haven't been hit with unsolicited electronic missives during the couple of weeks I've been testing the service.
  • Quite honestly, I had forgotten about the electronic missive, but I searched through my archives to find a copy.
Sinónimos
message, communication, letter, word, note, memorandum, line, report, bulletin, communiqué, dispatch, intelligence, piece of information, news, notification, announcement, greeting, epistle
informal memo
literary tidings
1.1 Scots Law A document in the form of a letter exchanged by the parties to a contract. See also conclude missives at conclude.
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • The real problem is the failure to exchange formal contract letters, or missives, quickly enough.
  • It is increasingly common for missives to be in an unconcluded state until shortly before or even at the date of entry.
  • Many people do not consult a solicitor about the missives they are about to sign.

Origen

late Middle English (as an adjective, originally in the phrase letter missive): from medieval Latin missivus, from Latin mittere 'send'. The current sense dates from the early 16th century.

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