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post-free

adverb, adjective uk   /ˌpəʊstˈfriː/ us    /ˌpoʊst-/ ( also post-paid) UK
used when something is sent by post without any money having to be paid: Send for an educational DVD post-free. The guidebook costs £10.95 post-free.
Translations of “post-free”
in Chinese (Traditional) 郵資免付的, 郵資已付的…
in Chinese (Simplified) 邮资免付的, 邮资已付的…
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