› [U or S] (UK also post) COMMUNICATIONS a system for sending letters and packages from place to place: Individuals using the mail to commit fraud are brought up on federal charges.in/through the mail The cheque is in the mail.by mail I could deliver it to you next week, or send it by mail today. domestic/internal/international mail › [U or S] (UK also post) COMMUNICATIONS the letters and packages which are sent by post: deliver/forward/send (sb) mail Please tell the post office to forward all mail to our new address.get/receive mail We prefer to receive mail at our home office rather than in our stores.check/open/read your mail If you check your mail on the way out, you can deposit any cheques you find in it. deal with/handle the mailincoming/outgoing mail Outgoing mail should be marked with your department's code.express/first-class/second-class mail The cost of first-class mail will rise next year. business/private mail › [U] COMMUNICATIONS, INTERNET email: You have mail. check/reply to/read your mailmail message/client/server You need the address of your mail server before you can set up an account.
Mail › used in the name of some newspapers: The Daily Mail The Hull Mail → See also airmail, bulk mail, certified mail, direct mail, email, flame mail, junk mail, mailing, post, registered mail, snail mail, surface mail