- 1.1 [Mil] [Pol] peace firmar la paz to sign a peace agreement o treaty en épocas de paz in peacetime estar or quedar en paz [familiar/colloquial] to be quits o even [colloquial/familiar] hacer las paces to make it up, make up poner paz to make peace y en paz [familiar/colloquial], si no tienes las seis libras dame cinco y en paz if you haven't got six pounds, give me five and we'll call it quits [colloquial/familiar] si no lo quieres hacer me lo dices y en paz if you don't want to do it, just tell me and that'll be an end to it nos dijeron en dos palabras cómo había que hacerlo y en paz they explained very briefly how to do it and that was that 1.2 (calma) peace en busca de paz y tranquilidad in search of peace and tranquillity el marido no la deja vivir en paz her husband doesn't give her a moment's peace ¡deja en paz el reloj/al gato! leave the clock/the cat alone! ¡déjame en paz! leave me alone! déjala en paz, está estudiando leave her alone o leave her in peace, she's studying vivir en paz consigo mismo to be at peace with oneself descanse en paz [formal] rest in peace [formal] tu abuelo, que en paz descanse, se horrorizaría your grandfather, God rest his soul, would be horrified
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The name of Spain's state-run post office is correos. Stamps can be bought in an estanco, although certified or express mail must be sent from a post office (estafeta or oficina de correos). Postboxes in Spain are silver with red and yellow hoops. There are also red boxes for urgent mail. In Latin America correo, in the singular, means both a post office and the mail system.