› UK (US mail) COMMUNICATIONS to send a letter or package to someone by mail: post sth to sb/post sb sth I'll post the details to you.post (off) sth Have you posted off your application form?
› UK (US mail) COMMUNICATIONS to put a letter or package into a postbox (= official public box for mail) so that it can be sent: Could you post this letter for me please?
› to announce a company’s sales, financial results, etc.: post gains/losses/profits The oil company posted profits of $25.1 billion.post an improvement/a rise/a decline They posted a 16% rise in sales.
› to send someone to a particular place to work for a period of time: be posted to sth He has been posted to Pakistan for six months.
› to put a notice in a public place in order to make something known to other people: be posted (up) on sth Company announcements are usually posted on the bulletin board. The rules include requiring businesses to post signs stating that smoking is not allowed.
› IT to put a message or information on a website for other people to read: The State Department posted a notice on its website saying that applicants may wait 10 weeks for passports.post sth on a website/online/on the internet The reports were written up and posted on the internet.
post bail › LAW to pay money so that a person who has been accused of committing a crime can be free until their trial: He is now free after posting $20,000 bail.
keep sb posted › to continue giving someone the most recent information about a situation that involves them: I'll keep you posted on any new developments with the deal. → See Note mail