Definition of postage in English:

postage

Line breaks: post|age
Pronunciation: /ˈpəʊstɪdʒ
 
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noun

[mass noun]
  • 1The sending of letters and parcels by post: proof of postage is required
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    • She prepared the package and sent it by surface mail because of the huge cost of postage for air mail, then we both sat back to wait.
    • As I was unable to produce proof of postage or purchase the matter was referred to Post Office Ltd, Belfast.
    • Return documentation on time and always get proof of postage.
  • 1.1The amount required to send a letter or parcel by post: the prices include postage and packing
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    • The price (credit cards not accepted) includes postage and packing.
    • I know the price includes postage, but normal airmail to and from the US usually takes anywhere between one and three weeks.
    • CDs cost £7.00 each and the price includes postage and packaging.

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