English version

letterhead

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishletterheadlet‧ter‧head /ˈletəhed $ -ər-/ noun 🔊 🔊 1 TCLETTER[countable] the name and address that is printed at the top of a sheet of writing paper2 [uncountable] American English paper that has the name and address of a person or business printed at the top of it 🔊 The letter had been written on university letterhead.
Examples from the Corpus
letterheadSo anyway, I and like it is all on Archbishop letterhead.References should be submitted on company letterhead.No further supplies of the out-of-date letterheads will be issued.Before continuing, it is worth quoting in full the letter Harwood had written to me on the Cheltenham Festival letterhead.No letterheads, layout, printing, envelopes, stamps, or visiting the post office.A reporter was permitted to flip through every page, tallying letterheads.Corporate identity and logos An essential clement of the layout is the printed format of the paper, known as the letterhead.In the fifth hotel the complimentary stationery carried the most vainglorious letterhead I have ever seen.
From Longman Business Dictionaryletterheadlet‧ter‧head /ˈletəhed-ər-/ noun1[countable] the name and address of a person or business printed at the top of paper used for writing lettersAn elegant letterhead is a sign of success.2[uncountable] (also headed paper British English) paper with the name and address of a person or business printed on itWould you please print out the memo on letterhead?
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