Translation of mailer in Spanish:


Pronunciation: /ˈmeɪlər; ˈmeɪlə(r)/


(American English/inglés norteamericano)
  • 1.1 (sender) remitente (mf); (user of postal services) usuario, (m,f) de correos
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    • Hotmail is ‘testing’ an outside service called Bonded Sender, which a mailer has to pay in order to get certified.
    • I will inform Monsieur Dubuque of your conjectures about the letter's mailer in another way.
    • A small change in labeling requirements for bulk mailings announced Oct.21 requires bulk mailers to identify themselves on the outside of the envelope with a valid address.
    1.2 (container) sobre (m)/paquete (m) respuesta
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    • Some laboratories provide specimen containers, mailers and request forms.
    • Customers can play a rented game for as long as they like, before returning it in a reply-paid mailer and receiving another game off their wish list.
    • PSS made equipment that produced one-piece mailers, such as security envelopes.
    1.3 (machine) máquina (feminine) franqueadora-etiquetadora 1.4 (e-mail program) programa (m) de correo (electrónico), programa (m) de email
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    • Dissidents can also use anonymous electronic mailers or Internet anonymizers which allow users to send e-mails and browse the Internet anonymously, further limiting the censorship powers of the state.
    • Mass mailers that chew up processor cycles, bandwidth and users' time do pose a threat.
    • Miller explained this technology was able to differentiate between mass mailers and regular viruses, only sending notifications for the latter.

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