Definition of sub-postmaster in English:

sub-postmaster

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(or sub-postmistress)

noun

chiefly British
A person in charge of a sub-post office.
More example sentences
  • Post bosses says they have agreed with the sub-postmaster at the Burnden Post Office in Manchester Road, Bolton, that it will shut its doors for the last time in July.
  • The Government may be filling the Post Office's financial black hole but is not directly supporting the threatened businesses of sub-postmasters.
  • The sub-postmistress of Oxford Road post office, who did not want her name printed, said she was overwhelmed by the response from her customers.

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