[pəust] 1. n (BRIT)
poczta f; (pole) słup m, pal m; (job) stanowisko nt; (MIL) posterunek m; (also: trading post) faktoria f; (also: goalpost) słupek m
2. vt (BRIT)
letter wysyłać (wysłać perf); (MIL) guards wystawiać (wystawić perf)

to post sb to — oddelegowywać (oddelegować perf) kogoś do +gen

by post (BRIT) — pocztą

by return of post (BRIT) — odwrotną pocztą

I'll keep you posted — będę cię informować na bieżąco

Phrasal Verbs:
* * *
I [pəust] noun
(a long piece of wood, metal etc, usually fixed upright in the ground: The notice was nailed to a post; a gate-post; the winning-post.) słup
- keep somebody posted
- keep posted
II 1. [pəust] noun
((the system of collecting, transporting and delivering) letters, parcels etc: I sent the book by post; Has the post arrived yet?; Is there any post for me?) poczta
2. verb
(to send (a letter etc) by post: He posted the parcel yesterday.) nadawać
- postal
- postage stamp
- postal order
- postbox
- postcard
- postcode
- post-free
- post-haste
- posthaste
- postman
- postmark
- postmaster
- post office
III 1. [pəust] noun
1) (a job: He has a post in the government; a teaching post.) posada
2) (a place of duty: The soldier remained at his post.) posterunek
3) (a settlement, camp etc especially in a distant or unpopulated area: a trading-post.) placówka
2. verb
(to send somewhere on duty: He was posted abroad.) skierować do pracy, wysłać na placówkę
IV [pəust]

English-Polish dictionary. 2013.


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