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postscript

noun [C] uk   /ˈpəʊst.skrɪpt/ us    /ˈpoʊst-/
(abbreviation PS) a short remark or message added to the bottom of a letter after you have signed your name, usually introduced by the abbreviation PS: There was the usual romantic postscript at the end of his letter - PS I love you. any written or spoken addition to something already finished: As a postscript to that story I told you last week, it turned out that the woman was his sister-in-law.
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