Translation of post office in Spanish:

post office

oficina de correos, n.


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    oficina de correos feminine
    correo masculine Latin America
    estafeta de correos feminine Spain
    could you take this down to the post office for me? ¿me llevas esto al correo?
    • In the interim people may use the service of any other post office.
    • Karen went to the post office this morning to mail some letters I had written.
    • One can grab a bite at one of the many food outlets, shop for memories at souvenir stalls and mail a letter from the tiny post office.
    • I placed my name on a recent letter to the editor about the lousy service at the local post office and I am not sorry that I did.
    • I picked up the registered letter from the post office, and sure enough it's a notice to vacate.
    • The jury heard that the robberies at the service station and the post office were committed within six hours of each other last April.
    • He also said the nearby post office would be collecting letters and parcels while the box was sealed.
    • A few minutes later Mark called her down so she could go with him to the post office to mail the letters.
    • We decided to skip the second alternative since the employees at the post office were sour like lemons and equally helpful.
    • They drove to the post office to mail the letter in case someone found it before it could be posted.
    • When choosing sites for new developments we still place great importance on having a post office and other public amenities nearby.
    • There were proposals to turn the old post office into a Royal Mail sorting office but to date no plans have been forthcoming.
    • A decade later there were no less than four churches, as well as a public school and post office.
    • Walk boldly to the post office to send your snail mail, munching on a daily apple as you admire green spaces along the way.
    • In the end I did choose to use the Royal Mail service which enables you to collect the parcel from a local post office for a fee of 50p.
    • Much in the same way individual mailboxes at a post office receive envelopes of mail.
    • The next day, he had two errands to run - one was to the post office to mail Laurie's letter.
    • Then I sat down and made out a $200 check to the Rag and drove down to the post office to mail it.
    • I picked up a package from the post office on Friday - it was an Easter egg mailed to me by my parents.
    • I found it hard to bear the service in the railway ticket office, the post office, the bank, etc.
    • Bring your mail to the post office or secure mail box rather than leaving it in a rural box.
    • Freepost is provided by the post office and all involved in the service are volunteers.
    • But she added the project now needed sustained support and for people to patronise the post office if the service was to be safe in the future.
    • Why is it legal to send junk mail via the post office, but if you send it by email it's suddenly illegal?
    • Benefits books sent to the post office by the department had been kept, in effect stolen.
    • While the petition may win this battle, I don't see the war being won by the post office unless it captures more business.
    • Government still attempts this, with its ridiculous post office and public utility monopolies.
    • Martha worked for the post office and also attended classes at the University of Calgary.
    • After all that you can only use the post office account for benefits, not general money transactions.
    • The strike is set to halt postal delivery and post office counter service in the London area.
    • The council is exploring the option of having a community post office service provided within the village.
    • Many customers fear they will be left without the post office's services permanently.
    • For the first time in many years An Post recorded a loss on its post office business.
    • The point is that money is made by the post office with every transaction that is made there.
    • His first civil service job was at the post office as a clerk, so he naturally saw the value of images on stamps.
    • He was siphoning off funds from the post office to prop up his flagging retail business, Croydon Crown Court heard.
    • I was so surprised that the health region would trust the post office to get a letter to me in less than five business days.
    • Americans now get so much junk mail that the post office is recommending that we buy bigger mailboxes.
    • They operate entirely online, and you pay cheques in via mail or at the post office.
    • I remember playing Post Office, but I don't remember exactly how it worked - it's funny, but I don't remember any of the boys I kissed, either.
    • They met, played ‘post office’ on three dates, got married in 1970, and have been together ever since.
    • So how do you play Post Office? What are the rules?"
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    (in UK, institution)
    (worker) (before noun) de correos
    (worker) (before noun) del correo Latin America
    the Post Office la Dirección General de Correos (y Telégrafos)
    • (in UK) Post Office savings account cuenta de ahorro en la Caja Postal
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    juego infantil en el cual quien hace de cartero recibe un beso a cambio de una carta imaginaria