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American English: /ˌkɔrəˈspɑndənt/
, /ˌkɑrəˈspɑndənt/
British English: /kɒrɪˈspɒnd(ə)nt/

Translation of correspondent in Spanish:


  • 1.1 (letter writer) to be a good/bad correspondent
    ser bueno/malo para escribir cartas
    Example sentences
    • I love letters, too; I think I would write more letters, if I had a regular correspondent.
    • Most correspondents conclude their letters with a forename or initials.
    • I suggested that my correspondent should think about writing to me with something a little more sensible.
    1.2 (Journalism)
    Example sentences
    • I remember having lunch with a foreign correspondent for a major newspaper in the early 1990s.
    • In Germany in 1932, Reuters had one chief correspondent, and one full-time assistant.
    • She has been a TV news correspondent, a foreign documentaries presenter and writer, and a newspaper columnist.


  • [formal] to be correspondent (with something)
    corresponderse (con algo)
    Example sentences
    • However, correspondent payment can involve payment between two banks in the same jurisdiction, if payment is to be in foreign currency.

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