un abrazo...

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un abrazo...

Post by Scott H Jackson on Wed Jun 17, 2015 8:48 am

In the Spanish emails, I've seen "un abrazo" a couple times as an email send-off. (For example "Muchas gracias, y un abrazo") The machine translation uses "a hug", even though this would never be used in english-language corporate/legal/financial emails.

Should we leave it as "a hug", or use "best wishes" or other alternative?

Thanks!
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Post by caroquintana on Wed Jun 17, 2015 9:05 am

"Best wishes" is the best option, in my opinion. We say "un abrazo" but it's very casual, not formal at all..., For a formal send-off I'd write "best regards", "regards" or "best wishes", yes.

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Post by Scott H Jackson on Wed Jun 17, 2015 9:24 am

Thanks, Caro. I used "best wishes" instead of "a hug".
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