Synonyms of post in English

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noun

1‘a high roof supported by wooden posts’

SYNONYMS
pole, stake, upright, shaft, prop, support, picket, strut, pillar, pale, paling, column, piling, standard, stanchion, pylon, stave, rod, newel, baluster, jamb, bollard, mast
fence post, gatepost, finger post, king post
North American, Australian milepost
historical palisade
technical puncheon, shore

verb

1‘he studied the notice posted on the wall’

SYNONYMS
affix, attach, fasten, hang, display, pin, pin up, put up, stick, stick up, tack, tack up, nail, nail up

2‘the group posted a net profit of $1.1 million’

SYNONYMS
announce, report, make known, advertise, publish, publicize, circulate, broadcast

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post2


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noun

1‘the winners will be notified by post’

SYNONYMS
mail, the postal service, the postal system
airmail, surface mail, registered mail, special delivery
informal snail mail
North American, West Indian the mails
Indian dak, tappal

2‘did we get any post?’

SYNONYMS
letters, cards, correspondence
parcels, packages, packets
mail, junk mail, direct mail

3‘what time is the last post?’

SYNONYMS
postal collection, postal delivery, mail collection, mail delivery

verb

1‘post the order form today’

SYNONYMS
send, send off, mail, put in the mail, get off, transmit, remit, convey, consign, forward, redirect
British put in the post, send by post, dispatch by post
airmail

2‘post the transaction in the second column’

SYNONYMS
record, write in, enter, fill in, register, note, list

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noun

1‘there were seventy candidates for the post’

SYNONYMS
job, day job, position, appointment, situation, place, office, assignment, employment, placing
vacancy, opening
informal berth
Australian informal grip
archaic employ

2‘‘Back to your posts!’ he commanded’

SYNONYMS
assigned position, area of duty
position, place, location, station, observation post, base, beat

verb

1‘he'd been posted to Berlin’

SYNONYMS
send, send to take up an appointment, assign to a post, dispatch

2‘armed guards were posted beside the exit door’

SYNONYMS
put on duty, station, position, put, situate, set, locate, install, establish, base, garrison

Phrases

    keep someone posted

    ‘I'll keep you posted about his progress’


    SYNONYMS
    keep informed, inform, keep up to date, keep in the picture, keep briefed, brief, give someone the latest information, update, fill in, let someone know, advise, notify, apprise, report to
    informal clue in, keep up to speed