Definition for POST

POST, v.t.

  1. To fix to a post; as, to post a notification.
  2. To expose to public reproach by fixing the name to a post; to expose to opprobrium by some public action; as, to post a coward.
  3. To advertise on a post or in a public place; as, to post a stray horse. – Laws of New England.
  4. To set; to place; to station; as, to post troops on a hill, or in front or on the flank of an army.
  5. In book-keeping, to carry accounts from the waste-book or journal to the ledger. To post off, to put off; to delay. [Not used.] – Shak.

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