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Definition of the adverb post-paid
What does post-paid mean as an attribute of something other than a noun?
- having the postage paid by the sender
- example: I will send it post-paid
- synonym of post-paid: post-free
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The phonographic dictionary (1883)
Containing the reporting outlines for upward of thirty thousand words ... by Benn Pitman, Jerome Bird Howard
per quire ; post-paid... 20 double line, for pencil, 15 c. per quire ; post-paid 18 single line, for pencil, 15 c. per quire ; post-paid 18 Letter Paper, double line, ...
by Ebenezer Cobham Brewer
post-paid, (past part.) post-paid, [a letter] with ...
by Martin H. Manser
to send by post postage postal postbag postbox postcard postcode post-free postman postmark postmaster postmistress post-paid postwoman post- (prefix) after post-classical postwar postdate to date a cheque, etc. with a date later than the ...
by Oxford University Press
~ play or pay - post-paid - Med post ...
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