Translation of longhand in Spanish:


Pronunciation /ˈlɔŋˌhænd//ˈlɒŋhand/


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    written in longhand (no en taquigrafía) en escritura normal
    • The great educational value of having to write things out in longhand, at a pace which enabled a monk to absorb and contemplate the text, was being lost in the speed of the printing process.
    • I always write on the typewriter, never in longhand.
    • He looks down at his notes, freshly scribbled in his longhand, and lets himself digest the contents for a minute or so.
    • During her entire writing career, she submitted her manuscripts in longhand and allowed only minimal editing.
    • The text was laboriously written in longhand, typed by our printer on an office typewriter, and produced from paper plates - all 500 copies.
    • In her 70's, she still writes her books in longhand on pads.
    • There were plenty of newsworthy exchanges between Argus and shareholders, but with 24 pages of longhand notes, one would not want to overindulge an AGM review.
    • Now he works out of his small apartment, mostly from a mat and some pillows set up before a low table strewn with audio equipment and papers covered in his tight longhand.
    • It was written in longhand, and without a doubt, by a female's hand.
    • The rhetoric was vintage Reagan, and the scripts were mostly written in longhand by the politician who delivered them.
    • In English or Chinese I like to write in longhand for this reason.
    • First, when I've refined it down to a story and its scenes, I work out my order of scenes, each on a different piece of paper, and then I write out each scene in longhand.
    • The best letters of all are those written in longhand.
    • The writing on the paper was in longhand and shorthand.
    • Shorthand is eventually transcribed to longhand, and buzzwords lose their sting.
    • His address, written in longhand on an A4 pad over the previous two days, was as passionate a speech as he had ever delivered - not least because it was, uniquely, almost entirely his own words.
    • He inserts a page of longhand analysis of his own.
    • The forms and the photographs are there on exhibit, along with the confessions written in longhand and in great detail.
    • While most signatures were written in longhand, some names were neatly hand printed on blocks.
    • Visa issues and money woes have prevented his family from visiting the United States, so he spends most of his time writing letters home in longhand.