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dialling code

Translation of dialling code in Spanish:

noun

  • (British English)
    prefijo (masculine) or (in Latin America also)
    código (masculine) de acceso (telefónico)
    Example sentences
    • A reference to the telephone dialling code from Ireland to Britain, 0044 had the working title Mind the Gap, a phrase which has stronger resonance with Cotter's exhibits.
    • Please note that all readers who submit information to the Nationalist should take care to include the correct dialling code with their telephone number.
    • In future, customers will be required to dial the full 10-digit number inclusive of the area dialling code.

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