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Post-it also: Post-it note
American English: /poʊst ɪt/

Translation of Post-it in Spanish:

noun

  • nota (feminine) autoadhesiva
    nota (feminine) de quita y pon
    (nota (feminine) ) post-it® (masculine)
    Example sentences
    • Tear out a favorite comic strip from the paper or stick a Post-it note with a funny saying to your computer or refrigerator.
    • The film feels less like a chronicle than like a loose shuffle of moments and ideas, like the cryptic Post-it messages that paper the walls of the hero's apartment.
    • ‘I was walking around with Post-its and little pieces of paper in my purse, so I put them in a book’ she says.

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