After in time or order
A long, sturdy piece of timber or metal set upright in the ground and used to support something or as a marker
The official service or system that delivers letters and parcels
A position of paid employment; a job
Subsequent to; after
our federally regulated post
there were seventy candidates for the post
A starting post or winning post
(1873–1960), US writer and columnist; full name Emily Price Post. She was an arbiter of social etiquette and was the last word on manners. She wrote Etiquette (1922)
(1898–1935), US aviator; full name Wiley Hardeman Post. He was the first man to fly solo around the world 1933, accomplishing this in 7 days, 18 hours, and 49 minutes. He was flying near Point Barrow, Alaska, with Will Rogers as his passenger when their plane crashed and they were both killed
Based on actual results rather than forecasts
Designating or relating to education after the age of sixteen.
Play in a position near the basket, along the side of the key
A piece of paper with an adhesive strip on one side, designed to be stuck prominently to an object or surface and easily removed when necessary
A place at which wounded soldiers receive initial medical attention.
(Of a bet on a horse race) placed at odds fixed at the time, and before the runners are known, on a horse thought likely to be entered
Pay a sum of money as bail
A piece of writing or other item of content posted on a blog
The system and regulations under which books and printed matter may be sent through the post, often at a reduced price compared to other items.
Put up (advertising posters) in unauthorized places
US. Designating a bed that has a tall upright post at each corner, often for the support of a canopy or curtains. Compare four-post. Now chiefly historical.
An upright post in the center of a roof truss, extending from the tie beam to the apex of the truss
(In the British armed forces) the second of two bugle calls giving notice of the hour of retiring at night, played also at military funerals and acts of remembrance
An offensive position on the court close to the basket
A post supporting a windmill.
= pawl bitt.
= pony express.
Of or designating the period since the emergence of the AIDS virus in the early 1980s.
Occurring or existing after, and especially as a result of, the ‘Big Bang’ on the London Stock Exchange in October 1986.
The spotted flycatcher, Muscicapa striata.
A boat or ship engaged in conveying mail, especially on a regular route at fixed times; a packet-boat, a mailboat; a boat which carries passengers between certain points.
A boy who carries and delivers post; a boy or man who rides express, changing horses at intervals, to deliver letters, dispatches, etc. (now historical). Hence occasionally: a bringer of news; frequently as the title of a newspaper or periodical.
The brown flycatcher or Jacky Winter, Microeca fascinans.
A block in the ground with a socket for holding a post.
A cart (formerly horse-drawn) for the carriage of mail.
A ridge constructed in post-damming.
After the due date, after the time in question; usually in the context of litigation about debt.
A faint repetition of a loud sound occurring in a recording soon after the original as a result of the accidental transfer of signals in a recording medium.
To edit a text, usually a translation, that has been produced or processed by a machine.
= post facto.
A duty formerly paid to the Crown for the royal licence (licentia concordandi) to levy a fine.
To subject (a material, especially a thermosetting laminated plastic) to postforming.
Carried by post free of charge to the customer
Of or designating a period in which homosexuality is no longer a significant social issue or a determining factor of cultural identity.
Occurring or done after the event
A valveless horn used originally to signal the arrival or departure of a mounted courier or mail coach
A postal route, especially in a terrain or region in which communication is difficult.