Translation of stationery in Spanish:

stationery

artículos de papelería, n.

Pronunciation /ˈsteɪʃ(ə)n(ə)ri//ˈsteɪʃəˌnɛri/

noun

  • 1

    (writing materials)
    artículos de papelería masculine
    artículos de escritorio masculine
    • Pupils at Waddon Infants could also see class sizes increase, and less money available to spend on essential materials such as books and stationery.
    • At Waltons, a office furnishings and stationery company in Beach Road, Woodstock, a parking lot was flooded.
    • And as well as designer stationery there is a range of highly affordable invitation and thank-you card sets available ready to buy.
    • Full support, training and stationery products are available.
    • Other stationery companies, leather goods manufacturers and upmarket pen manufacturers are the kind of businesses in the firm's sights.
    • The department has urged learners to use books and stationery from last year until new materials are delivered.
    • The office stationery cupboard is like a sweet shop.
    • The school had contacted the district office last week to be told that stationery would be delivered this week.
    • We're not running most of the replies, because we don't have enough asterisks in the office stationery cupboard to make them safe for work.
    • Star Office Choice has the most comprehensive range of stationery and office supplies in Lismore and Casino.
    • Office stationery cupboards used to be crammed with reams of carbon paper sold to gullible secretaries by pushy salesmen during the lunch hour when the boss was out.
    • Given the predominance of the government offices, it would probably be a good time to be a printer of letterhead stationery.
    • There is also a reception area, ten private offices, a stationery room, a store room and a tea-station on this floor.
    • Holomisa also condemned the Eastern Cape government's failure to supply stationery to 200 students in Maluti.
    • Half way through the show we encounter another, similar series devoted to piles of office stationery.
    • Today the cards are sold in ten stationery stores and bookstores in Atlanta.
    • Because he was subsidising his office stationery bill by being more entrepreneurial than the rules allowed.
    • Smith's stranglehold on the high street stationery market has not, however, always gone unchallenged.
    • They can claim for such things as staff wages, office space, stationery, travel costs and accommodation.
    • Littered among the debris was the gruesome sight of body parts, pieces of luggage and office stationery.
  • 2

    (writing paper)
    papel y sobres de carta masculine