an elongated cylinder of cardboard, used for mailing rolled-up papers, magazines, etc.
[meyl] /meɪl/ noun, Scot. 1. 3 . [meyl] /meɪl/ noun, Scot. 1. monetary payment or tribute, especially rent or tax. /meɪl/ noun 1. Also called (esp Brit) post. letters, packages, etc, that are transported and delivered by the post office 2. the postal system 3. a single collection or delivery of mail 4. a train, […]
[mah-yoh, ma-] /mɑˈyoʊ, mæ-/ noun 1. a close-fitting, one-piece bathing suit for women, simply styled and usually having a scoop neck and shoulder straps. 2. tights worn by dancers, acrobats, etc. 3. a close-fitting knitted shirt, especially a pullover. /mæˈjəʊ/ noun 1. tights worn for ballet, gymnastics, etc 2. a woman’s swimsuit 3. a jersey […]
[meyl-man] /ˈmeɪlˌmæn/ noun, plural mailmen. 1. a person employed by the post office to deliver ; . /ˈmeɪlˌmæn/ noun (mainly US & Canadian) (pl) -men 1. another name for postman n. also mail-man, 1841, from mail (n.1) + man (n.).
- Mail merge
noun a function of some word processing programs that allows the user to insert varying information in form letters, envelopes, and other mass mailings Usage Note computing messaging A function of some word processing software (e.g. Microsoft Word) that produces multiple instances of a document by substituting different text strings from a database in place […]