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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 of 1post correspondence, matter, parcel post, post [chiefly British], snail mailWords Related to 1post 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 of 2post assignment, brief, business, charge, detail, job, operation, postWords Related to 2post 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 of 2post position, post, quarterWords Related to 2post 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 of 2post appointment, berth, billet, capacity, connection, function, place, position, post, situationWords Related to 2post 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 of 2post 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 of 3post column, pier, pilaster, post, stanchionWords Related to 3post 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 of 1post placard Words Related to 1post nail, plaster, tack (up); advertise, announce, bill, blaze, broadcast, call, declare, proclaim, promulgate, publicize, publish Near Antonyms of 1post remove, take down

  2. 2 to make known openly or publicly posted the students' grades Synonyms of 1post advertise, annunciate, blare, blaze, blazon, broadcast, declare, enunciate, flash, give out, herald, placard, post, proclaim, promulgate, publicize, publish, release, sound, trumpetWords Related to 1post 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 of 1post 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 of 2post detail, station Words Related to 2post 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 of 3post postWords Related to 3post airmail, frank; address, consign; direct, dispatch, forward, remit, route, ship, transmit, transport; registerNear Antonyms of 3post get, receive



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