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mail·man

 (māl′măn′, -mən)
n.
A man who carries and delivers mail. Also called postman.

mailman

(ˈmeɪlˌmæn)
n, pl -men
(Professions) another name for postman

mail′ car`rier


n.
a person employed to deliver mail.
[1780–90]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.mailman - a man who delivers the mailmailman - a man who delivers the mail    
delivery boy, deliveryman, deliverer - someone employed to make deliveries
Translations
سَاعِي البَريدساعي البَريد
listonošpošťák
postbud
postinkantaja
poštar
bréfberi, póstur
郵便配達人
우편집배원
poštar
brevbärare
บุรุษไปรษณีย์
nhân viên đưa thư

mailman

[ˈmeɪlmæn] N (mailmen (pl)) (US) → cartero m

mailman

[ˈmeɪlmæn] n (US)facteur mmail merge npublipostage mmail order nvente f par correspondance
available by mail order → disponible à la vente par correspondancemail-order mail order [ˌmeɪlˈɔːrr] modif [business, service] → de vente par correspondancemail-order catalogue ncatalogue m de vente par correspondancemail order firm nsociété f de vente par correspondancemail room nservice m courriermail server n (COMPUTING)serveur m de messagerie électronique

mailman

[ˈmeɪlˌmæn] n (-men (pl)) (Am) → portalettere m inv, postino

mail

(meil) noun
letters, parcels etc by post. His secretary opens his mail.
verb
to send by post.
ˈmailbag noun
a bag for letters etc. The letters are put into mailbags and sent to London by train.
ˈmailbox noun
a postbox.
ˈmailman (-mӕn) noun
(American) a postman.

mailman

سَاعِي البَريد pošťák postbud Postbote ταχυδρόμος cartero postinkantaja facteur poštar postino 郵便配達人 우편집배원 postbode postbud listonosz carteiro почтальон brevbärare บุรุษไปรษณีย์ postacı nhân viên đưa thư 邮递员
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