post noun (LETTERS)
- Many thanks for your lovely long letter which arrived in this morning's post.
- The post comes twice daily.
- The package had been badly crushed in the post.
- Every Christmas thousands of people are drafted in to help with the post.
- The letter must have gone astray in the post.
post noun (JOB)
They have several vacant posts. 他們有幾個職位空缺。
- She rose to the exalted post of Foreign Secretary after only three years in the government.
- I'm sorry, the post has already been filled.
- She has been removed from her post as managing director.
- Without a doubt, she's the strongest candidate we've interviewed for the post.
- Chief Inspector of Schools is a very challenging and high-profile post.
post noun (POLE)
- He caught the rope and knotted it around a post.
- a fence post
- The gate won't stay open, so we'll have to secure it to that post.
- The first stage of building the fence is sinking the posts into the ground.
- They moved the goal posts wider apart.
post noun (PLACE)
post verb (LETTERS)
I must post that parcel (off) or she won't get it in time for her birthday. 我得把包裹寄出去，否則她過生日就不能及時收到了。
- She gave me her assurance that she would post the cheque immediately.
- Please remind me to post this letter when we're out - I keep forgetting.
- I had posted the card two months previously.
- My husband generally posts our letters on his way to work.
- I posted the parcel over a week ago - it should have reached you by now.
post verb (PLACE)
post verb (MESSAGE)