English vocabulary and translations (See all)
a message: a communication, a note, a bulletin, a letter, a notice; a point, a meaning, a theme
UK: I'm sorry, Dr. Peter Venkman isn't here. Can I take a message?
US: A text message is a good way to give someone bad news.
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- "Bruno : Huh, 3 new messages."
- "Messages in bottles are not the most reliable form of correspondence, but as my camp is patrolled by French guards, there is no shortage of empty wine bottles."
- "Message : (In Chinese) Greetings, you have reached the voicemail of Woo Xiao Xiao."
- "The lack of content in your message is one thing - I spend half my day reading e-mails which say nothing."
- "Voice mail : You have 3 new messages."
- "Fisherman : Oh my goodness, all those messages!"
- "MESSAGE RECEIVED 12:59 05/02/2009"
- "I have tattooed the following message on the small of my back"
- "You have got to change that ridiculous message."
- "Susie: Other messages like marriage proposals, wire transfers from Nigerian princes, and absolutely all mails from Philip Cheeter, I mark as SPAM or delete immediately."
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