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Definition of post room in English:

noun

British
The department of a company that deals with incoming and outgoing mail.
Example sentences
  • Those staffing the post room were evidently authorized by the company to receive mail on its behalf.
  • A gifted French locksmith managed to break into the post room before the Germans discovered the radios had been mailed to the castle.
  • The people in charge of the post room called the police, who proceeded to gingerly open the package.

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