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Translation of "post" - English-Turkish dictionary

post

verb [T]     /pəʊst/
A2 UK ( US mail) to send a letter or parcel by post postalamak, posta ile göndermek Did you post my letter?The postal systemDelivering and despatching
B1 to leave a message on a website web sitesinde ileti bırakmak I posted a query about arthritis treatment.Internet terminology and abbreviations
be posted to France/London/Singapore, etc
to be sent to France/London/Singapore, etc to work, usually for the government or army Fransa'ya, Londra'ya, Singapura (resmi/askerî) atamak/atanmak, görevlendir(il)mek, tayin etmek/edilmek Promoting, demoting and transferring staff
post a notice/sign, etc
to put a notice/sign, etc somewhere ilan/duyuru/not asmak/yapıştırmak He posted the message on the noticeboard.Information and messages
keep sb posted
to make certain that someone always knows what is happening sürekli haberdar etmek/bilgilendirmek Keep me posted on anything that happens while I'm away.Announcing, informing and stating
(Definition of post verb from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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