postage

postage
['pəʊstɪdʒ]
nome tariffa f. postale

including postage and packing — incluse le spese di spedizione

postage extra — le spese di spedizione sono a parte

postage free — porto affrancato

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[-ti‹]
noun ((the money paid for) the sending of a letter etc by post: The postage was $1.20.) tariffa postale, affrancatura
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postage /ˈpəʊstɪdʒ/
n. [u]
spese postali; tariffa postale; affrancatura (d'una lettera, ecc.): «postage due» (scritto su una busta), «affrancatura insufficiente»
● (spec. USA) postage-due stamp, segnatasse □ postage meter, (macchina) affrancatrice □ postage stamp, francobollo □ extra postage, soprattassa postale □ (comm.) plus postage and packing, spese postali e d'imballaggio escluse (da un prezzo).
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['pəʊstɪdʒ]
nome tariffa f. postale

including postage and packing — incluse le spese di spedizione

postage extra — le spese di spedizione sono a parte

postage free — porto affrancato


English-Italian dictionary. 2013.

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