lettre moulée

  • Aupick

    Senior Member
    UK, English
    For what it's worth, American documents ask you to 'type or print', as superromu says. British documents tend to ask you to 'write in block capitals'.
     

    hidulphe

    Member
    France, français
    Could it be a typical canadian expression ?
    I have just made a quick search on my favorite search engine for "lettres moulées" and every answer I had were from Canada...
    And what about : "écrire en lettres capitales" ?
     

    Jean-Michel Carrère

    Senior Member
    French from France
    From the ATILF dictionary :

    Lettre moulée, caractère moulé : Caractère d'imprimerie ou lettre manuscrite, très bien écrite, qui l'imite.
     

    claude123

    Senior Member
    France, French
    When Quebecers say Écrire en lettres moulées, they mean "Écrire lisiblement", and this usually translates the English phrase "Please print".
     
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