Traducción de postscript en Español:


postdata, n.

Pronunciación /ˈpəʊs(t)skrɪpt//ˈpoʊs(t)ˌskrɪpt/


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    (to letter) postdata femenino
    (to book) epílogo masculino
    (to event, affair) epílogo masculino
    (to event, affair) colofón masculino
    • As part of a postscript to all of this, her boyfriend says he's forgiven her in his heart.
    • As a postscript your readers may have noticed that this individual has been allowed to have two letters published in the same edition, although she describes herself differently in each letter.
    • A postscript to my post on US treatment of North Korea yesterday.
    • But there is a postscript still waiting to be made.
    • However, since this mode was included in previous versions, it feels more like a postscript than a true addition or novelty.
    • The story ends here, but will continue in postscripts.
    • I had considered deleting this post altogether - and perhaps this would still be a good idea - but, since other blogs had linked to it, decided instead to add this postscript.
    • My tongue-in-cheek postscript admits that I don't know everything about this band, that there's more to the story, and throws in a few cheap shots.
    • A description of this lurid affair would make a fitting postscript to Hunt's book.
    • Walsingham's spies discovered that she was secretly corresponding with a group of Catholic plotters and, having intercepted her letters, they forged a postscript in her hand asking for the identities of those involved.
    • And, as a postscript to that, Bob, what if, the unlikely event, they find nothing?
    • The most poignant part of the letter was the handwritten postscript.
    • Nonetheless, there would be a gratifying postscript to the Honey story.
    • In chapter 9 and in the postscript, the authors take on the use of genetics to prove that some races are inherently more intelligent than others and thoroughly debunk these approaches.
    • He adds a characteristically aw-shucks postscript: ‘I have no way of justifying what I do, no temporal defence at all.’
    • The letter was followed by a postscript that reiterated: ‘We are convinced and satisfied with the explanation of the Editorial Board.’
    • A postscript reminds us that the book ‘is a work of fiction’, and provides some documentation ‘for readers interested in tracking where historical fact ends and historical imagining begins’.
    • The violence continued sporadically for months; and months after it had died down, anonymous avengers riposted with a cycle of bomb blasts, a horrific postscript to the slaughter.
    • That his new novel uses photography as a postscript for a moment in history which will forever be indelibly inscribed upon our souls is a gesture both probing and poignant.
    • But what intrigued me most of all was a postscript was appended to the Hardy letter: ‘Remember me to Coffin and the admiral.’
    • Just as a postscript: According to the newspapers the whole country has been on a ‘go slow’ with regard to Christmas spending this year so one would imagine that Settle is no exception.
    • The postscript to this anecdote is that I sat at the very same table on another occasion, around the same time, with my brother and a friend of my brother's (whose name I can't remember).
    • As a postscript, my friend has since left school and went to Wall Street to run numbers for some large financial company.
    • It describes a foundering civilisation, soon to be overrun, with the obligatory postscript from a future archaeologist noting that the ruins sit upon evidence of yet another culture.
    • However, there was a chilling postscript to the event which shows just how close they were to being in the wrong place at the wrong time.
    • It fetched £60 as scrap but, as a galling postscript to the accident, he saw the car for sale on a used-car lot shortly afterwards, priced at £600.
    • This is the often-unacknowledged postscript to military service.
    • As a postscript to my travels, I thought I'd leave you with some Top Fives from Europe.