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typist
American English: /ˈtaɪpəst/
British English: /ˈtʌɪpɪst/

Translation of typist in Spanish:

noun

  • mecanógrafo, (-fa) (masculine, feminine)
    dactilógrafo, (-fa) (masculine, feminine)
    Example sentences
    • The firm's New York City office has approximately a hundred and fifty employees - attorneys, paralegals, administrative staff, typists, secretaries and receptionists.
    • London's large companies and their well-paid upper echelons are going to be real happy to do that to spare their receptionists, post-room workers, clerks, typists, secretaries and epsilons in general the expense.
    • A document from the National Justice Department said the alleged offenders involved clerks, prosecutors, assistant state attorneys, legal administration officers and typists.

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