Translation of postman in Spanish:


cartero, n.

Pronunciation /ˈpəʊs(t)mən//ˈpoʊs(t)mən/

nounPlural postmen


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    cartero masculine
    • The postman will shortly be delivering a stack of tax credit forms to the population of Britain.
    • The question remains as to why the Royal Mail needs to use agency staff rather than employing full-time postmen.
    • My dad's a postman and he delivers letters from all over the world.
    • In the space of a few weeks in March, a number of incidents occurred including youths attacking a postman as he collected mail from the post box in the centre.
    • He was employed as a delivery postman by the Post Office the respondents.
    • What happens if someone writes the wrong address on an envelope, or the postman delivers the letter to the wrong door?
    • Why does the postman deliver my junk mail to my neighbours house but always delivers the bills correctly?
    • Well, our smiling postman recently delivered a letter to me that had my maiden name on it.
    • That little red box at the end of the wall is the post box where the village postman collects (twice each day) all our outgoing mail.
    • The problem arose after the postman delivering the postal votes demanded payment for them.
    • The initiative is being introduced across the country and will result in 37,000 postmen who deliver their rounds on bike wearing the safety equipment.
    • Mail for residents at the complex is normally left in the reception by a delivery driver for a postman to collect and deliver.
    • The pouches are regularly used to store bags of mail until a postman collects them for delivery to nearby homes.
    • No one is allowed into her home and the only person she ever sees is the postman delivering her letters.
    • We never had this problem whenever the postman delivered our letters.
    • Normally, customs will calculate the charges due at the point of entry in Ireland, and then it is left up to the postman or courier to collect the money.
    • But some of the parcels will be too contaminated for the postmen and women to deliver.
    • She also loved to receive letters and looked forward to the arrival of the postman or postwoman on a daily basis.
    • The volume of mail that used to be delivered by three postmen is now on average being carried out by two.
    • Irrespective of the changed communications world, a big community of postmen still delivers mails all over the city, door to door, sometimes on foot.