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"PPS" in British English

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PPSadverb

uk   /ˌpiː.piːˈes/ us   /ˌpiː.piːˈes/
used when an extra short message is added to the end of a letter after a message has already been added: PS I forgot to invite you to our party next Sunday at six. PPS Please tell Ellis that he's welcome to come too.
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(Definition of PPS from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

"PPS" in Business English

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PPS

uk   us   COMMUNICATIONS
written abbreviation for post postscript: used in front of a short message added after a first postscript at the end of a letter or email: PS Could you bring your notes to the meeting? PPS and don't forget to let Richard know the time's been changed.
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(Definition of PPS from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “PPS”
in Chinese (Simplified) 再附言,第二次附言…
in Chinese (Traditional) 再附言,第二次附言…
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