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mag

Pronunciation: /mæg/

Translation of mag in Spanish:

noun/nombre

  • [colloquial/familiar] revista (feminine)
    Example sentences
    • Magazines, the new store on Church Street, offers foreign mags and back issues at unbelievable prices
    • The glossy mags are bought and paid for - and, in some cases, owned by the media conglomerates who own the record companies of the ‘artists’ they are trying to sell to you.
    • Not only did they give away free copies of their mag, they also gave away three month subscriptions as well.

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