Translation of posting in Spanish:

posting

Pronunciation: /ˈpəʊstɪŋ/

n

  • 1 (of an employee, military personnel) destino (masculine)
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    • He said that people who have a passion for the job often return after postings to the mainstream military police.
    • However, several of our recent overseas postings have failed with employees returning prematurely from abroad and leaving our organisation soon after.
    • But schools across Colchester are only too aware of the impact of conflict and overseas postings on children from Army families.
  • 2 (Internet message) posting (masculine)
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    • Free e-mail services are commonplace on the Internet while newsgroups and message postings are likewise available at no cost.
    • Internet postings in news groups also drew attention to the promo, she said.
    • ‘Spam’ e-mail and postings on Internet community forums solicited money for victims' families.

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