What Does the Spanish Term "crear Correo Electronico" Mean?


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"Crear correo electrónico" translates into English as "create email." If the phrase is translated literally, without taking word usage into account, it says "create electronic mail".

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The Spanish word "crear" in English translates as the verb "to create." Depending on the way the action is conjugated and how it is used in the sentence, it also translates as "to cause," as in "you've caused many problems," or "has creado muchos problemas."

"Correo" is a masculine noun in Spanish, and it translates into English as "mail," or "correspondence." In the United Kingdom, it means "post." "Electrónico" is an adjective, and in English it's "electronic."

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