English vocabulary and translations (See all)
a letter: a message, a note, a communication; a character, a symbol (for example: a, b, c, d)
a letter of resignation a note to inform one's employer of an intention to stop working for them
the letter F the character 'F'
- "So this letter here."
- "DON'T PRONOUNCE LETTER H - SAY ORSE' NOT 'HORSE'"
- "Please Mr. Postman, look and see, is there a letter in your bag for me?"
- "This letter is in regards to a poor vending experience at Saint Andre's."
- "Fortunately, however, a few fragments were spared, and I have put them in the bucket next to this letter."
- "Accounts Payable will be letters from people asking for money – typically these will include invoices we need to pay."
- "DON'T PRONOUNCE LETTER T - SAY 'WA'ER' NOT 'WATER'"
- "This is the third letter we have written without response."
- "I don't know if or when you'll receive this letter."
- "Accounts Receivable are letters from people who owe us money – they might include checks, or requests to have payments deferred."
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