postponeverb [ T ]uk /pəʊstˈpəʊn/ /pəstˈpəʊn/ us /poʊstˈpoʊn/
- The negotiations have been postponed indefinitely.
- I was really angry when she asked me to postpone my trip to help her move house.
- There's no point postponing the event just because the weather forecast is bad.
- We decided to postpone the party until my parents had returned from America.
- The exams have been postponed until next month.
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