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"PS" in British English

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PSnoun [C]

uk   us   /ˌpiːˈes/
used when you ​want to ​addextrainformation at the end of a ​letter or ​email: Love from Sophie. PS Say hi to Gemma. She added a PS ​asking for ​youraddress.

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(Definition of PS from the Cambridge Advanced Learners Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

"PS" in Business English

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PS

COMMUNICATIONS written abbreviation forpostscript: used at the end of a ​letter or ​email after you have ​signed your ​name to show that you are ​adding a ​short remark or ​message not ​included in the ​mainpart: PS: Thanks for your ​help with the recent ​project.
(Definition of PS from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “PS”
in Chinese (Simplified) (信末)附言,又及…
in Turkish dipnot, eklenti, sonradan ilave edilen not…
in Russian постскриптум…
in Chinese (Traditional) (信末)附言,又及…
in Polish PS (= = postscriptum)…
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