posting

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UK:*UK and possibly other pronunciationsUK and possibly other pronunciations/ˈpəʊstɪŋ/US:USA pronunciation: respellingUSA pronunciation: respelling(pōsting)


WordReference English Collocations © 2020

posting

Most examples are given in US English. We have labeled exceptions as UK.
n
  1. a [job, position] posting
  2. the posting of a [job]
  3. a job posting [online, on social media, in the newspaper]
  4. the posting of [changes, grades, requests]
  5. the posting of a [comment, review, message]
  6. the company's posting of quarterly [profits, accounts, figures]
  7. the [rules, guidelines, policy] for posting
  8. posting here requires
  9. [an inappropriate, a relevant] posting
  10. [forum, blog] postings
  11. [remove, archive, lock] old postings
  12. a [military, technical, government] posting
  13. a posting in [Africa, Asia, Europe]
  14. posting [rules, policy, guidelines]
  15. view the posting date
n as adj
  1. posting [rules, policy, guidelines]
  2. view the posting date
WordReference English Collocations © 2020

post

Most examples are given in US English. We have labeled exceptions as UK.
n
  1. [ordinary, express, certified, registered, first class] post
  2. UK: your [order, package, parcel] will be sent by [ordinary] post
  3. the [first, last, next] post
  4. send your [application, resumé, answers] by post
  5. the mailman [sorted, delivered] the post
  6. [fetch, get, collect, pick up, open] the post
  7. UK: (send it) by return of post
  8. the [penalty, shot] hit the (goal) post
  9. the children used [sticks, stones] for goal posts
  10. sport: the [left, right, near] post
  11. the [starting, finishing, winning] post
  12. horse racing: [was, came in, finished] first past the post
  13. [stick, hammer, fix] a post in the ground
  14. a [wooden, metal, fence, yellow, tall, short] post
  15. [wooden, metal] posts marked the boundaries
  16. a [forum, email, web, news, user] post
  17. [write, publish, criticize] a post
  18. [reply, respond] to a post
  19. holds a [diplomatic, political, advisory] post
  20. [army, military, tank] posts
n as adj
  1. the Post Office
  2. post office [workers, services, vans]
v
  1. post a [photo, comment, question, link]
  2. post [a position, an opening, a job]
  3. posted in [January]
  4. posted online
  5. post (up) the results
  6. posted a [loss, profit]
  7. post to [the forum, a board]
  8. posted on the [forums]
  9. posted [on, to] my wall
  10. post [the rules, regulations, a warning]
  11. UK: post a [letter, parcel] (to)
  12. UK: posted you a [letter]
  13. UK: posted it (out) to you
  14. UK: post it first class
  15. post a [payment, credit, debit]
  16. post [flyers, billboards, leaflets]
  17. post [flyers] around [town, shopping malls]
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