sustantivo masculino
1. [generalmente, MED ]   treatment
 estar en tratamiento   to be receiving treatment
 tratamiento del dolor   pain relief
2. [título]   title, form of address
3. INFORM   processing
 tratamiento de datos/textos   data/word processing
 tratamiento por lotes   batch processing

In Latin America a lot of importance is attached to forms of address, which is hardly surprising in societies with pronounced differences between social classes. In many countries, higher education is a privilege still largely restricted to the wealthy few and much significance is attached to university degrees and the titles that go with them. Titles such as “licenciado” (“graduate”, much used in Mexico), “doctor” (used, for example, in Colombia and Uruguay) and “ingeniero” (“engineer”) are used to address people felt to have social standing, sometimes even when they don't actually possess the degree in question. Such titles are also commonly used on business cards and in addresses.

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Complétez la séquence avec la proposition qui convient.

  • Escribe una postal a sus abuelos. … escribe.