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  1. post
    IPA[pōst]
  2. noun

    • 1. the official service or system that delivers letters and parcels:

      winners will be notified by post the tickets are in the post
    • 2. letters and parcels delivered:

      she was opening her post
      Synonym : letters, cards, correspondence, parcels, packages, packets, mail, junk mail, direct mail
    • 3. a single collection or delivery of letters or parcels:

      entries must be received no later than first post on Friday, June 14th
    • 4. used in names of newspapers:

      the Washington Post
    • 5. one of a series of couriers who carried mail on horseback between fixed stages.

    • 6. a person or vehicle that carries mail.

    verb

    • 1. send (a letter or parcel) via the postal system:

      I've just been to post a letter post off your order form today
    • 2. (in bookkeeping) enter (an item) in a ledger:

      post the transaction in the second column
      Synonym : record, write in, enter, fill in, register, note, list
    • 3. complete (a ledger) by posting transactions.

    • 4. travel with relays of horses:

      we posted in an open carriage
    • 5. travel with haste; hurry:

      he comes posting up the street

    adverb

    • 1. with haste:

      come now, come post
  3. Variation

    • n.: noun: post, plural noun: posts

    • v.: verb: post, 3rd person present: posts, gerund or present participle: posting, past tense: posted, past participle: posted

    • noun

      a long, sturdy piece of timber or metal set upright in the ground and used to support something or as a marker:

      a goalpost:

    • verb

      display (a notice) in a public place:

      put notices on or in:

    • noun

      a position of paid employment; a job:

      a place where someone is on duty or where a particular activity is carried out:

    • verb

      send (someone) to a particular place to take up an appointment:

      station (someone, especially a soldier, guard, or police officer) in a particular place:

    • prefix字首

      after in time or order:

      behind in position.

    • preposition

      subsequent to; after:
    • noun

      work done on a film or recording after filming or recording has taken place:
    • noun

      the official service or system that delivers letters and parcels:

      letters and parcels delivered:

    • verb

      send (a letter or parcel) via the postal system:

      (in bookkeeping) enter (an item) in a ledger:

    • adverb

      with haste:
    • noun

      a long, sturdy piece of timber or metal set upright in the ground and used as a support or marker:

      a goalpost:

    • verb

      display (a notice) in a public place:

      put notices on or in:

    • noun

      a position of paid employment; a job:

      a place where someone is on duty or where a particular activity is carried out:

    • verb

      send (someone) to a place to take up an appointment:

      station (someone, especially a soldier or police officer) in a particular place:

    • prefix字首

      after in time or order:

      behind in position.

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