post 1 of 6

chiefly British


2 of 6

noun (2)


3 of 6

noun (3)

as in column
an upright shaft that supports an overhead structure hung the hammock between a tree and a post in the fence

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4 of 6

verb (1)


5 of 6

verb (2)

as in to detail
to assign to a place or position the police are planning to post an officer outside the hospital room of the witness

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6 of 6

verb (3)

as in to mail
to send through the postal system be sure to post the letter this afternoon

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“Post.” Thesaurus, Merriam-Webster, Accessed 21 Jul. 2024.

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