- 1 (usually as adjective post-dated) Affix or assign a date later than the actual one to (a document or event): a post-dated chequeMore example sentences
- The Plaintiff paid $5,000 on October 30, 2000 and gave a cheque, post-dated for 45 days, for the balance of $4,194.
- Whoever enters the Department of Finance next summer will find not only the reserves from which he can raid depleted, but he will find too many post-dated cheques in the ministerial drawer.
- She added that she would provide two post-dated cheques for the balance, dated March 1 and April 1.
- 2Occur or come at a later date than: Stonehenge was presumed to post-date these structuresMore example sentences
- Two distinct, but possibly contemporaneous styles of structure are recognized that post-date the main phase of regional folding and its associated cleavage.
- Much of the Apennine chain has been dissected by normal and strike-slip faults that locally post-date thrust structures.
- After all, that ideal - freedom, happiness, and prosperity as the fruit of self-government - pre-dates America, and there is no reason to think it won't post-date America as well.
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