Meaning of postal note in English:

postal note


Australian, New Zealand
  • A postal order.

    ‘The move to Victoria in 1954 must have been for altruistic reasons, as at that time Tasmania's biggest import was five-shilling postal notes from Victoria.’
    • ‘It issued postal notes, an important means of transmitting money especially for poor people.’
    • ‘Thanks for the postal note - they come in very handy always.’
    • ‘Customs officers can seize cash, and cash includes cash equivalents, including bearer bonds, gemstones, money orders, postal notes, precious metals, and travellers cheques.’
    • ‘I got your letter of 29th Sept a couple of days ago - Mother was much pleased to see that postal note for I was too flush of cash at the time.’