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sae in Mail topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishsaesae /ˌes eΙͺ ˈiː/ noun [countable] British English πŸ”Š πŸ”Š TCM (stamped addressed envelope or self-addressed envelope) an envelope on which you have written your own name and address, and usually put a stamp, so that someone else can send you something syn SASE American English πŸ”Š For further details, send an sae to the following address.
Examples from the Corpus
saeβ€’ Both are available free of charge, but please enclose an sae.β€’ For a free copy, send an sae to.β€’ If you want any further information and details of courses and individual therapy, send an sae to the Association for Stammerers.β€’ Send us your photographs with an sae for return.β€’ Simply collect two of our special vouchers and send them, with an sae, to the address below.β€’ Please enclose large sae if writing for information.β€’ Available free on receipt of sae from the Carers National Association.