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safe deposit
American English: /seɪf dəˈpɑzət/, /diˈpɑzət/

Translation of safe deposit in Spanish:

noun

  • 1.1 (vaults) 1.2
    also: safe-deposit box
    Example sentences
    • The capsule contains the details of a safety deposit box in Swiss bank.
    • Finding no takers, Hanna deposited them in a bank safe-deposit box in Hicksville, New York.
    • If this doesn't suit you, consider placing crucial passwords in a sealed envelope, which you can lodge along with your will at your solicitors, or in a safety-deposit box at the bank.

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