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driver's license

Translation of driver's license in Spanish:

noun

  • (American English)
    licencia (feminine) or (Spain) permiso (masculine) de conducción
    (less formally)
    carné (masculine) or permiso (masculine) (de conducir) (Spain)
    carné (masculine) (Chile) or (Urug) libreta (feminine) or (Central America) (Mexico) (Venezuela) licencia (feminine) or (Colombia) pase (masculine) (de manejar)
    Example sentences
    • I keep my money, driver's license, credit card, ATM card and subway pass in the two front pockets of my pants.
    • All that's required of me is filling out a one-page form and providing a photocopy of my passport and driver's license.
    • Since he didn't look like he was going to take off, I started back to my car to get my insurance card and driver's license.

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