post in Hindi हिन्दी
- केन्द्र ⇄ post hindi
- खंभा ⇄ post hindi
- घोषणापत्र लगा देना ⇄ post hindi
- चित्रठी लिखने का काग़ज़ ⇄ post hindi
- चौकी ⇄ post hindi
- जल्दी से ⇄ post hindi
- डाक में डाली गई चिट्ठी ⇄ post hindi
- डाक ले जानेवाला ⇄ post hindi
- तेज़ी से ⇄ post hindi
- तेज़ी से यात्रा करना ⇄ post hindi
- नियुक्त करना ⇄ post hindi
- नियुक्ति ⇄ post hindi
- पद ⇄ post hindi
- प्रकाशित करना ⇄ post hindi
- विज्ञापन निकालना ⇄ post hindi
post in Kashmiri कॉशुर
post in Marathi मराठी
- उत्तर ⇄ post marathi
- खांब ⇄ post marathi
- चौकी ⇄ post marathi
- जागा ⇄ post marathi
- जागी ⇄ post marathi
- टपाल ⇄ post marathi
- टपाल यंत्रणा ⇄ post marathi
- ठाणे ⇄ post marathi
- नोकरीचे पद ⇄ post marathi
- नोकरीवर पाठवणे ⇄ post marathi
- नोटीस लावणे ⇄ post marathi
- पत्र-व्यवहार ⇄ post marathi
- पद ⇄ post marathi
- पश्च ⇄ post marathi
- पोस्ट ⇄ post marathi
- स्तंभ ⇄ post marathi
- हुद्दा ⇄ post marathi
post in English
- post ⇄ adv. by post; speedily. english
- post ⇄ expr. pip at (or on) the post, (British Informal.) to beat to a goal; defeat at the last minute.
Ex. Oxford University having been just pipped on the post by the Australians, are at home to Gloucester (London Times).english
- post ⇄ expr. take post,
a. (formerly in the British Navy) to be commissioned as captain of a ship of not less than 20 guns.
Ex. Sir William Sanderson [and others] take post by a general order (John Chamberlayne).
b. (Military.) to occupy a penglish
- post ⇄ noun 1. a piece of timber, metal, or other solid substance firmly set up, usually as a support.
Ex. the posts of a door, gate, or bed; a hitching post.
2a. a post or line where a race starts or ends.
Ex. She kept switching her tail whienglish
- post ⇄ noun 1. a system for carrying letters, papers, or packages; the mail.
Ex. I shall send the packages by post.
2. a single delivery of mail.
Ex. This morning's post has come.
3. (Archaic.) a postman.
4. (Archaic.) a person,english
- post ⇄ noun 1. the place where a soldier, policeman, fireman, or other guardian is stationed; place where one is supposed to be when one is on duty.
Ex. When the fire alarm sounds, each man rushes to his post. Men like soldiers may not quit the post Allotenglish
- post ⇄ post (1), noun, verb. english
- post ⇄ post (2), noun, verb. english
- post ⇄ post (3), noun, verb, adverb. english
- post ⇄ totem pole orpost
a pole carved and painted with representations of totems, erected by the Indians of the northwestern coast of North America, especially in front of their houses.english
- post ⇄ v.i. 1. to travel with post horses or by post chaise.
Ex. His father and mother were with him, having posted from home in their carriage (Samuel Butler).
2. to travel with haste; hurry.
Ex. He posted upstairs, taking three steps at oncenglish
- post ⇄ v.t. 1. to fasten (a notice) up in a place where it can easily be seen.
Ex. The list of winners will be posted soon.
2. to make known by or as if by a posted notice; make public.
Ex. to post a reward. The store posted prices clearly onenglish
- post ⇄ v.t. 1. to send by post; mail.
Ex. to post a letter.
2. (Informal.) to supply with up-to-date information; inform.
Ex. to be well posted on current events. Baseball fans always post themselves as to the standing of the teams.
- post ⇄ v.t. 1. to station at a post; place (troops, policemen, or other guardians) at a particular point.
Ex. The captain posted guards at the door. Kim felt sure that the boy had been posted to guide him (Rudyard Kipling).
2. to make a deposit of.english