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cc

Translation of cc in Spanish:

transitive verb 3rd person singular present cc's present participle cc'ing past, past p cc'd

  • copies to
    (manager/department)
    informar por medio de circulares a
    cc H. Palmer, T. Rees
    copias a H. Palmer y T. Rees
    Example sentences
    • One of them was cc'd to his boss.
    • Then I cc'd my local councillor (whom I have met a number of times over this matter).

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