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post  

[1]     ( posts    3rd person present)   ( posting    present participle)   ( posted    past tense & past participle  )   (LETTERS, PARCELS, AND INFORMATION)  
1       n-sing   The post is the public service or system by which letters and packages are collected and delivered.  
  (mainly BRIT)   the N, also by N  
You'll receive your book through the post..., The winner will be notified by post..., The cheque is in the post.     
in AM, usually use mail     
2       n-uncount   You can use post to refer to letters and packages that are delivered to you.  
  (mainly BRIT)  
He flipped through the post without opening any of it..., There has been no post in three weeks.     
in AM, usually use mail     
3       n-uncount   Post is used to refer to an occasion when letters or packages are delivered. For example, first post on a particular day is the first time that things are delivered.  
  (mainly BRIT)   supp N   (=delivery)  
Entries must arrive by first post next Wednesday...     
4       verb   If you post a letter or package, you send it to someone by putting it in a post box or by taking it to a post office.  
  (mainly BRIT)  
If I write a letter, would you post it for me?...      V n  
I'm posting you a cheque tonight...      V n n  
I posted a letter to Stanley saying I was an old Army friend.      V n to n  
      Post off means the same as post., phrasal verb  
He'd left me to pack up the mail and post it off...      V n P  
All you do is complete and post off a form.      V P n (not pron)  
in AM, usually use mail     
5       verb   If you post notices, signs, or other pieces of information somewhere, you fix them to a wall or board so that everyone can see them.  
Officials began posting warning notices...      V n  
She has posted photographs on bulletin boards.      V n prep/adv  
      Post up means the same as post., phrasal verb  
He has posted a sign up that says `No Fishing'...      V n P  
We post up a set of rules for the house.      V P n (not pron), Also V n P prep/adv  
6       verb   If you post information on the Internet, you make the information available to other people on the Internet.     (COMPUTING)  
A consultation paper has been posted on the Internet inviting input from Net users.      be V-ed  
7    If you keep someone posted, you keep giving them the latest information about a situation that they are interested in.  
keep sb posted      phrase   keep inflects, oft PHR on/with n  
Keep me posted on your progress.     
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post   [2]     ( posts    plural & 3rd person present)   ( posting    present participle)   ( posted    past tense & past participle  )   (JOBS AND PLACES)  
1       n-count   A post in a company or organization is a job or official position in it, usually one that involves responsibility.  
FORMAL   usu with supp, oft N of/as n   (=position)  
She had earlier resigned her post as President Menem's assistant..., Sir Peter has held several senior military posts.     
2       verb   If you are posted somewhere, you are sent there by the organization that you work for and usually work there for several years.  
usu passive  
It is normal to spend two or three years working in this country before being posted overseas.      be V-ed prep/adv  
3       n-count   You can use post to refer to the place where a soldier, guard, or other person has been told to remain and to do his or her job.  
usu poss N  
Quick men, back to your post!     
4       verb   If a soldier, guard, or other person is posted somewhere, they are told to stand there, in order to supervise an activity or guard a place.  
Police have now been posted outside all temples...      be V-ed prep/adv  
British Rail had to post a signalman at the entrance to the tunnel...      V n prep/adv  
We have guards posted near the windows.      V-ed, Also be V-ed  
5   
    posting  
    staging post  

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post   [3]     ( posts    plural  )   (POLES)  
Please look at category 4 to see if the expression you are looking for is shown under another headword.     
1       n-count   A post is a strong upright pole made of wood or metal that is fixed into the ground.  
You have to get eight wooden posts, and drive them into the ground...     
2       n-count   A post is the same as a goalpost.  
Wimbledon were unlucky not to win after hitting the post twice.     
3       n-sing   On a horse-racing track, the post is a pole which marks the finishing point.  
the N  
4   
    first-past-the-post  
    to pip someone at the post  
    pip  

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post  

[1]  
1   
      n   column, newel, pale, palisade, picket, pillar, pole, shaft, stake, standard, stock, support, upright  
2   
      vb   advertise, affix, announce, display, make known, pin up, proclaim, promulgate, publicize, publish, put up, stick up  

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post   [2]  
      n  
1    appointment, assignment, berth     (informal)   billet     (informal)   employment, job, office, place, position, situation  
2    beat, place, position, station  
      vb  
3    assign, establish, locate, place, position, put, situate, station  

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post   [3]  
      n  
1    collection, delivery, mail, postal service  
      vb  
2    dispatch, mail, send, transmit  
3    advise, brief, fill in on     (informal)   inform, notify, report to  

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Consulte también:

command post, goal post, post box, post card

post partum adj.
after woman delivery phase
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