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block capitals

Translation of block capitals in Spanish:

plural noun

  • (letras (feminine plural) ) mayúsculas (feminine plural) de imprenta
    Example sentences
    • The note was written in block capital letters in rough handwriting in red ink.
    • Their names are proudly written in block capital letters in an arc above their heads.
    • It is written in block capital letters on a plain sheet of notepaper, and signed in block capitals rather than handwriting, making it impossible to determine if he actually wrote the note.

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