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Post, Emily /ˈeməli, ˈemɪli/
post /pəʊst $ poʊst/ noun
post- /pəʊst $ poʊst/ prefix

تیر یا میله در مسیر اسبدوانی ، چوب تقویت ، جرز ، تیرعمودی ، پایگاه ، پادگان ، قرارگاه ، محل ماموریت ، موضع ، گماردن نگهبان ، قرار دادن ، چاپار ، نامه رسان ، پستچی ، مجموعه پستی ، بسته پستی ، سیستم پستی ، پستخانه ، صندوق پست ، تعجیل ، عجله ، ارسال سریع ، پست کردن ، تیر تلفن وغیره ، تیردگل کشتی وامثال ان ، پست نظامی ، پاسگاه ، مقام ، مسئولیت ، شغل ، اگهی کردن ، اعلان کردن ، بدیوار زدن ، علوم مهندسی: ستون ، کامپیوتر: وارد کردن واحدی از اطلاعات در یک رکورد پست جمع داده ها ، معماری: دیرک ستون ، بازرگانی: پست کردن ، ورزش: محل مهاجم محل تیراندازی با تیر و کمان ، علوم نظامی: مربوط به پست
الکترونیک: وارد کردن واحدی از اطلاعات در یک رکورد پست جمع داده ها ، کامپیوتر: تیر ، ستون ، علوم مهندسی: تیر یا میله در مسیر اسبدوانی ، محل مهاجم محل تیراندازی با تیر و کمان ، ورزشی: پست ، پست کردن ، بازرگانی: چوب تقویت ، جرز ، تیرعمودی ، تیر ، دیرک ستون ، معماری: پاسگاه ، پایگاه ، پادگان ، قرارگاه ، محل ماموریت ، موضع ، گماردن نگهبان ، قرار دادن ، پست ، مربوط به پست ، علوم نظامی: پست ، چاپار، نامه رسان ، پستچی ، مجموعه پستی ، بسته پستی ، سیستم پستی ، پستخانه ، صندوق پست ، تعجیل ، عجله ، ارسال سریع ، پست کردن ، تیر تلفن وغیره ، تیردگل کشتی وامثال ان ، پست نظامی ، پاسگاه ، مقام ، مسیولیت ، شغل ، اگهی کردن ، اعلان کردن ، بدیوار زدن کامپیوتر: پست

[TahlilGaran] Persian Dictionary

- mail, collection, delivery, postal service
- send, dispatch, mail, transmit
- keep someone posted: notify, advise, brief, fill in on (informal), inform, report to
- support, column, picket, pillar, pole, shaft, stake, upright
- put up, affix, display, pin up
- job, appointment, assignment, employment, office, place, position, situation
- station, beat, place, position
- station, assign, place, position, put, situate
English Thesaurus: job, work, profession, occupation, career, ...

[TahlilGaran] English Synonym Dictionary

I. Post, Emily /ˈeməli, ˈemɪli/
(1872–1960) a US writer of books and newspaper articles which gave advice on etiquette (=correct and polite social behaviour)

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

II. Post, the

1. the Washington Post

2. the New York Post

3. the Sunday Post

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

I. post1 S2 W2 /pəʊst $ poʊst/ noun
[Word Family: noun: post, postage, postie, posting; verb: post; adjective: postal]

1. JOB [countable] formal a job, especially an important one in a large organization Synonym : position:
I applied for the post and was asked to attend an interview.
She was offered the post of ambassador to India.
He will take up his post as Head of Modern Languages in September.
Goddard has held the post since 1998.
Unfortunately they were unable to find a suitable person to fill the post.
Mr Thomson resigned his £50,000 a year post in April.
She now holds a senior post in the Department of Education.
the creation of 4,000 new teaching posts

2. POSTAL SYSTEM the post British English the official system for carrying letters, packages etc from one place to another Synonym : mail
by post
The winners will be notified by post.
in the post
Your letter must have got lost in the post.
I’ll put a copy of the book in the post (=send it).
through the post
A parcel arrived through the post.

3. LETTERS [uncountable] British English letters, packages etc that are sent and delivered Synonym : mail:
Was there any post for me today?
Emma was opening her post.

4. COLLECTION/DELIVERY [singular, uncountable] British English when letters are collected or delivered Synonym : mail:
What time does the post go (=get collected)?
(the) first/second/last post (=the first, second etc collection or delivery of letters each day)
Applications must arrive by first post on September 23.
catch/miss the post (=post your letter in time for it to be collected, or not in time)by return (of post) at return2(11)

5. PIECE OF WOOD/METAL [countable] a strong upright piece of wood, metal etc that is fixed into the ground, especially to support something:
a fence postbedpost, gatepost(1), lamp-post, signpost1(1)

6. FOOTBALL/HOCKEY ETC [countable] one of the two upright pieces of wood between which players try to kick or hit the ball in football, hockey etc Synonym : goalpost:
The ball hit the post and bounced off.

7. NEWSPAPER [singular] used in the names of some newspapers:
the ‘Washington Post’

8. SOLDIER/GUARD ETC sb’s post the place where a soldier, guard etc is expected to be in order to do their job
at sb’s post
By 5 am the soldiers were already at their posts.
No one was allowed to leave their post.

9. border/military/customs/police post a place, especially one on a border, where soldiers or police are guarding, checking etc something

10. RACE the post (also the finishing post) the place where a race finishes, especially a horse race:
Mr Magic was first past the post.

11. INTERNET MESSAGE [countable] (also posting) a message sent to an Internet discussion group so that all members of the group can read it:
There was post after post criticizing the Minister.
as deaf as a post at deaf(1), ⇒ be driven/passed from pillar to post at pillar(4), ⇒ pip somebody at the post at pip2(1), ⇒ first-past-the-post

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

II. post2 S3 verb [transitive]
[Word Family: noun: post, postage, postie, posting; verb: post; adjective: postal]

1. LETTER British English to send a letter, package etc by post Synonym : mail:
She’s just gone to post a letter.
post something (off) to somebody
Did you remember to post the card to my parents?
post somebody something
I posted Barry the cheque last Friday.

2. post something through sb’s door/letterbox British English to push something through someone’s letterbox:
I’ll post the key through your letterbox when I leave.

3. JOB [usually passive] if you are posted somewhere, your employer sends you to work there, usually for several years
post somebody to France/London etc
He joined the British Army and was posted to Germany.
post somebody abroad/overseas

4. PUBLIC NOTICE (also post up) to put up a public notice about something on a wall or notice board:
The exam results were posted on the bulletin board yesterday.

5. GUARD to make someone be in a particular place in order to guard a building, check who enters or leaves a place, watch something etc Synonym : station:
Guards were to be posted around nuclear power stations.

6. keep somebody posted spoken to regularly tell someone the most recent news about something
keep somebody posted on
I’ll keep you posted on his progress.

7. PROFIT/LOSS ETC especially American English to officially record and announce information about a company’s financial situation or a country’s economic situation:
Cisco Systems posted record profits and sales for the third fiscal quarter.

8. INTERNET MESSAGE to put a message or computer document on the Internet so that other people can see it:
Could you post those new flyers on David’s website?

9. be posted missing British English if a soldier is posted missing, it is announced officially that they have disappeared

10. post bail law especially American English to pay a specific amount of money in order to be allowed to leave prison before your trial

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

post- /pəʊst $ poʊst/ prefix
[Language: Latin; Origin: post 'after']
later than or after something:
the post-war years (=the years after a particular war)
the post-1979 Conservative government

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

I. postal system
ADJ. first-class, second-class | registered | inland
PREP. by ~ I sent it by first-class post.
in the ~ My application for the job is in the post.
PHRASES by return of post Orders will be sent by return of post.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

II. letters, parcels, etc.
ADJ. first, last If you hurry you'll just catch the last post.
VERB + POST check, open She arrived at the office early and checked her post
VERB + POST box (also postbox)

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III. job
ADJ. senior | full-time, part-time | permanent, temporary | vacant | managerial, teaching | government, university
VERB + POST apply for | take up | hold | leave, quit, resign | appoint sb to, fill | dismiss sb from, relieve sb of He was relieved of his post when he was found to have accepted bribes.
PREP. ~ as He quit his post as chief executive.
~ of She applied for the new post of training officer.

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IV. place where sb is on duty
ADJ. army, police | command, observation | border, frontier
VERB + POST take up The guard took up his post at the gate.
desert The sentries had deserted their posts.
PREP. at your ~ The gun crew were at their posts.

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V. upright piece of wood, etc.
ADJ. finishing, winning | far, near (both in football) He steered a shot between the keeper and the near post.
PHRASES first past the post The first horse past the post wins the race.
pip sb/sth at the post She led for most of the way before being pipped at the post.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary


hold a post (=have a job)
He had previously held the post of Foreign Minister.
apply for a post
I am writing to apply for the post of secretary.
take up a post (=start a new job)
She will take up her new post next month.
leave a post
The previous ambassador left his post in June.
resign (from) a post (=leave it)
John Sargent has resigned his post as chairman.
be dismissed from a post (=be told to leave)
As a result of the scandal, he was dismissed from his post.
offer somebody a post
He was offered the post of Secretary of State for Wales.
appoint somebody to a post (=give someone a job officially)
Mr Collingwood has been appointed to the post of Headteacher.
fill a post (=find someone to do a job)
They have advertised the post but it hasn't yet been filled.
a senior post
Senior posts in industry attract very high salaries.
a junior post
He was offered a junior post in a bank.
a permanent/temporary post
I have a two-year contract, not a permanent post.
a full-time/part-time post
a part-time post as a university lecturer
a teaching post
My first teaching post was in outer London.
an administrative post
For the next twelve years, he held various administrative posts in Bombay.
a government post
I decided to apply for a local government post.
send something by post
They sent me the contract by post.
put something in the post (=put it in a box to be collected)
I put it in the post on Friday, so it should have arrived today.
get something in the post (=receive it)
Did you get anything in the post today?
something comes/arrives in the post
This letter came in the post this morning.
something gets lost in the post
I'm afraid the cheque must have got lost in the post.
first-class post
The package arrived by first-class post.
second-class post
Items sent by second-class post can take up to five days to arrive.
first/second/last post (=the first, second, or last collection or delivery of letters each day)
The last post is at 5.30.
catch the post (=post your letter in time for it to be collected)
He wrote the letter hurriedly because he was anxious to catch the post.
miss the post (=not post your letter in time for it to be collected)
If I miss the post today, the card won’t arrive on her birthday.
the post goes (=it is collected)
The first post goes at 7.30 am.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

See: prom pillar to post

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