Definition of 'airmail'
Example sentences containing 'airmail'
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She has read them so often the airmail paper is creased and beginning to tear. SEA MUSIC (2003)I'll send her an airmail, anyhow, and ask her what she remembers. ADRIENNE AND THE CHALET SCHOOL (2003)
Trends of 'airmail'
Used Occasionally. airmail is one of the 30000 most commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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Translations for 'airmail'
British English: airmail /ˈɛəˌmeɪl/ NOUN
Airmail is the system of sending letters, parcels, and goods by air.
...an airmail letter.
- American English: airmail
- Arabic: بَرِيد جَوّي
- Brazilian Portuguese: correio aéreo
- Chinese: 航空邮件
- Croatian: zračna pošta
- Czech: letecká pošta
- Danish: luftpost
- Dutch: luchtpost
- European Spanish: correo aéreo
- Finnish: lentoposti
- French: poste aérienne
- German: Luftpost
- Greek: αεροπορικό ταχυδρομείο
- Italian: posta aerea
- Japanese: 航空便
- Korean: 항공 우편
- Norwegian: luftpost
- Polish: poczta lotnicza
- European Portuguese: correio aéreo
- Romanian: poștă aeriană
- Russian: авиапочта
- Spanish: correo aéreo
- Swedish: flygpost
- Thai: จดหมายส่งทางเครื่องบิน
- Turkish: uçak postası
- Ukrainian: авіапошта
- Vietnamese: thư/bưu phẩm gửi bằng máy bay
Definition of airmail from the Collins English Dictionary
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