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post

noun, chiefly British

Synonyms and Antonyms of post

  1. communications or parcels sent or carried through the postal system <the post always comes at tea time> Synonyms correspondence, matter, parcel post, post [chiefly British], snail mailRelated Words airmail, airpost, certified mail, registered mail, rural delivery, rural free delivery, special delivery, special handling; direct mail, junk mail, mailer; card, dispatch, epistle, letter, message, missive, note, postal card, postcard, printed matter; bundle, package, shipment




post

noun

Synonyms and Antonyms of post

  1. 1 a specific task with which a person or group is charged <selling lemonade was my post at the church fair> Synonyms assignment, brief, business, charge, detail, job, operation, postRelated Words burden, chore, duty, need, obligation, office, requirement, responsibility; errand, labor, work; commitment, pledge, promise; appointment, commission, designation, nomination; compulsion, constraint, restraint

  2. 2 the place where someone is assigned to stand or remain <he wisely stayed at his post during the emergency> Synonyms position, post, quarterRelated Words assignment, brief, business, charge, detail, job, operation

  3. 3 an assignment at which one regularly works for pay <she's held a number of teaching posts at local colleges> Synonyms appointment, berth, billet, capacity, connection, function, place, position, post, situationRelated Words business, employ, employment, occupation, profession; work; office, spot; calling, pursuit, trade, vocation; line, racket; engagement, gig; livelihood, living; career, lifework, practice (also practise); duty, mission, posting, service, taskNear Antonyms avocation; joblessness, unemployment




post

noun

Synonyms and Antonyms of post

  1. an upright shaft that supports an overhead structure <hung the hammock between a tree and a post in the fence> Synonyms column, pier, pilaster, post, stanchionRelated Words caryatid, pedestal; buttress, flying buttress; needle, obelisk; pile, piling




post

verb

Synonyms and Antonyms of post

  1. 1 to affix (as a notice) to or on a suitable place <the student organizations generally post their announcements on the campus bulletin board> Synonyms placard Related Words nail, plaster, tack (up); advertise, announce, bill, blaze, broadcast, call, declare, proclaim, promulgate, publicize, publish Near Antonyms remove, take down

  2. 2 to make known openly or publicly <posted the students' grades> Synonyms advertise, annunciate, blare, blaze, blazon, broadcast, declare, enunciate, flash, give out, herald, placard, post, proclaim, promulgate, publicize, publish, release, sound, trumpetRelated Words bark, call (off or out), cry; bill, billboard, bulletin, gazette [chiefly British]; knell, ring, toll; blurb, feature, pitch, plug, promote, puff; disseminate, spread; disclose, divulge, introduce, kithe [chiefly Scottish], manifest, report, reveal, show; advise, apprise, hand down, inform, notify; communicate, impart, intimateNear Antonyms conceal, hush (up), silence, suppress, withhold; recall, recant, retract, revoke




post

verb

Synonyms and Antonyms of post

  1. to assign to a place or position <the police are planning to post an officer outside the hospital room of the witness> Synonyms detail, station Related Words set; appoint; place, position




post

verb

Synonyms and Antonyms of post

  1. to send through the postal system <be sure to post the letter this afternoon> Synonyms postRelated Words airmail, frank; address, consign; direct, dispatch, forward, remit, route, ship, transmit, transport; registerNear Antonyms get, receive




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