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poste restantenoun [U]

uk   /ˌpəʊst ˈres.tɑːnt/ /ˌpəʊst ˈres.tɑ̃ːnt/  us   /ˌpoʊst resˈtɑːnt/ UK (US general delivery)
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poste restantenoun [U]

uk   us   UK ( US general delivery) COMMUNICATIONS
a mail service by which letters and packages that are sent to you are kept at a particular post office until you collect them: a poste restante address/system
poste restante
adverb
You can have letters sent poste restante to any post office in the country.
(Definition of poste restante from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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