Translation of mail-out in Spanish:

mail-out

Pronunciation: /ˈmeɪlaʊt/

n

  • 1.1 uncountable/no numerable (practice) buzoneo (m), mailing (m) 1.2 countable/numerable (item) mailing (masculine)
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    • No matter how threatened by crime, neighbours cannot be press-ganged into supporting any security endeavour, which should be launched only after some attempt to hold a town meeting or a mass mail-out, electronic or paper.
    • We have taken extra precautions to make sure that the information cannot be made available to people who want to use it for bulk mail-outs and other advertising that is just a nuisance and an annoyance to people.
    • Local, regional and national awareness of Odd Gallery programming continues to increase with regular coverage by local and regional news media and mail-outs, and recent coverage in Canadian Art magazine.

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