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Translation of "post" - English-Turkish dictionary

post

noun     /pəʊst/
SYSTEM [no plural] UK ( US mail)
A2 the system for sending letters, parcels, etc posta, posta teşkilâtı Your letter is in the post. I'm sending the documents by post.The postal systemDelivering and despatching
LETTERS [U] UK ( US mail)
A2 letters, parcels, etc that you send or receive posta, gönderiler Has the post arrived/come yet?The postal systemDelivering and despatching
JOB [C] formal
B2 a job iş, görev, makam, mevkî, memuriyet a part-time post a teaching postJobs, careers and professionsWorking
POLE [C]
a long, vertical piece of wood or metal fixed into the ground at one end direk, kazık, sopa I found the dog tied to a post.Poles, rods, shafts and sticks
PLACE [C]
a place where someone stands to guard something nöbet yeri, nöbetçi kulübesi, karakol, nokta, mevkî Places and locationsUnpleasant placesPlaces involved in military activityThe armed forces generally
(Definition of post noun from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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