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  • n.邮政;桩;岗位;职位
  • v.寄;邮寄;发布;张贴
  • adv.〈外〉在后;用急件[驿马];赶紧地
  • Web开机自检(Power On Self Test);邮件;加电自检
Plural Form:posts  Present Participle:posting  Past Tense:posted  
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n.
信函letters
1.
[u]
邮政;邮递;邮寄the official system used for sending and delivering letters, packages, etc.
I'll send the original to you by post .
我将把原件邮寄给你。
I'll put the information in the post to you tomorrow.
我明天会把资料邮寄给你。
My application got lost in the post .
我的申请书寄丢了。
2.
[u]
邮寄的信函(或包裹等);邮件letters, packages, etc. that are sent and delivered
There was a lot of post this morning.
今天上午邮件很多。
Have you opened your post yet?
你拆开你的邮件了没有?
3.
[u][sing]
收集(或投递)邮件的时间;邮班an occasion during the day when letters, etc. are collected or delivered
to catch/miss the post
赶上╱错过邮班
The parcel came in this morning's post.
这个包裹是今天上午邮送来的。
Payment should be sent by return of post(= immediately) .
请立即付款。
工作job
4.
[c]
职位;(尤指)要职a job, especially an important one in a large organization
an academic/a government post
教学╱政府职位
to take up a post
就职
to resign (from) a post
辞职
We will be creating 15 new posts next year.
明年我们将增设 15 个新职位。
The company has been unable to fill the post .
公司的这个空缺还未能填补。
He has held the post for three years.
他担任这个职务已经三年了。
5.
派驻an act of sending sb to a particular place to do their job, especially for a limited period of time
an overseas post
派驻海外
士兵;警卫for soldier/guard
6.
[c]
哨所;岗位the place where sb, especially a soldier, does their job
a police/customs/military post
警察岗亭;海关关卡;军事哨所
an observation post
观察哨所
The guards were ordered not to leave their posts.
警卫受命不得擅离岗位。
木头;金属wood/metal
7.
[c]
柱;桩;标志杆a piece of wood or metal that is set in the ground in a vertical position, especially to support sth or to mark a point
corner posts(= that mark the corners of a sports field)
运动场的角杆
速度比赛终点end of race
8.
[sing]
(尤指赛马的)终点,终点标志the place where a race finishes, especially in horse racing
互联网internet
9.
[c][ususing]
(发送到互联网讨论组的)帖子,信息;博文;网志文章a message sent to a discussion group on the Internet; a piece of writing that forms part of a blog
The forum does not allow posts from non-members.
该论坛不允许非会员发帖。
v.
信函letters
1.
[t]
寄;邮寄to send a letter, etc. to sb by post/mail
Have you posted off your order yet?
你把订单寄出去没有?
Is it OK if I post the cheque to you next week?
我下周把支票寄给你行不行?
Is it OK if I post you the cheque next week?
我下周寄给你支票可以吗?
2.
[t]
~ sth
把(信件等)投入邮筒;投递;邮寄to put a letter, etc. into a postbox
Could you post this letter for me?
请把这封信替我寄了好吗?
塞入孔中sth through hole
3.
[t]
~ sth + adv./prep.
把…放入(或塞入)to put sth through a hole into a container
Let yourself out and post the keys through the letter box.
你先出去,再把这些钥匙塞进信箱吧。
委派sb for job
4.
[t][usupass]
~ sb + adv./prep.
派驻to send sb to a place for a period of time as part of their job
She's been posted to Washington for two years.
她被派往华盛顿工作两年。
Most of our employees get posted abroad at some stage.
我们的大部分雇员都会在某一时期派驻国外。
士兵;警卫soldier/guard
5.
[t]
~ sb + adv./prep.
使驻守;布置…站岗to put sb, especially a soldier, in a particular place so that they can guard a building or area
Guards have been posted along the border.
边界上已部署了边防岗哨。
公告public notice
6.
[t][oftpass]
~ sth + adv./prep.
张贴;公布to put a notice, etc. in a public place so that people can see it
A copy of the letter was posted on the noticeboard.
布告牌上张贴了这封信的内容。
发布信息give information
7.
[t]
发布,公布,宣布(尤指财经信息或警告)to announce sth publicly or officially, especially financial information or a warning
The company posted a $1.1 billion loss.
这家公司公布了 11 亿元的亏损。
A snow warning was posted for Ohio.
俄亥俄州已发出大雪警报。
The aircraft and its crew were posted missing .
据报这架飞机和机组人员已失踪。
8.
[t][i]
(在网站上)发布(信息或图片)to put information or pictures on a website
The results will be posted on the Internet.
结果将在互联网上公布。
The photos have been provided by fans who post on the message board.
这些照片由那些在留言板上发布信息的爱好者提供。
向法院交款pay money to court
9.
[t]
~ bail/(a) bond
交付(保释金)to pay money to a court so that a person accused of a crime can go free until their trial
She was released after posting $100 cash bond and her driver's license.
交了 100 元现款保释金及驾驶执照以后,她获得保释了。
IDM
keep sb posted (about/on sth)
定期通报;及时报告to regularly give sb the most recent information about sth and how it is developing

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