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American English: /ˈpæsˌpɔrt/
British English: /ˈpɑːspɔːt/

Translation of passport in Spanish:


  • passport to somethingpassport to fame
    pasaporte a la fama
    hard work is the passport to success
    el esfuerzo es la llave que abre las puertas del éxito
    a degree is not an automatic passport to employment
    un título universitario no garantiza automáticamente un empleo
    passport holder
    titular (masculine and feminine) del pasaporte
    passport office
    (organismo que expide pasaportes)
    passport picture o (in British English also) photograph
    foto (feminine) de carné
    Example sentences
    • I now turn to the other provisions of the bill relating to our passports and travel documents.
    • We removed a number of credit cards and other documents and articles of false identity such as false passports.
    • People travel on false passports and do all the things he disparages because of the plight they are in.

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