[pohst-deyt, pohst-] /poʊstˈdeɪt, ˈpoʊst-/
verb (used with object), postdated, postdating.
to (a check, invoice, letter, document) with a later than the actual .
to follow in time:
His recognition as an artist postdated his death.
to write a future date on (a document), as on a cheque to prevent it being paid until then
to assign a date to (an event, period, etc) that is later than its previously assigned date of occurrence
to be or occur at a later date than
also post-date, 1620s, from post- + date (v.1) “to assign a date to, to mark a date on.” Related: Postdated; postdating. Intransitive meaning “be of an earlier date” is from 1909.
[ded-lahyn] /ˈdɛdˌlaɪn/ noun 1. the time by which something must be finished or submitted; the latest time for finishing something: a five o’clock deadline. 2. a or limit that must not be passed. 3. (formerly) a boundary around a military prison beyond which a prisoner could not venture without risk of being shot by the […]
[dep-uh-zish-uh n, dee-puh-] /ˌdɛp əˈzɪʃ ən, ˌdi pə-/ noun 1. removal from an office or position. 2. the act or process of depositing: deposition of the documents with the Library of Congress. 3. the state of being deposited or precipitated: deposition of soil at the mouth of a river. 4. something that is deposited. 5. […]
[dih-presh-uh n] /dɪˈprɛʃ ən/ noun 1. the act of . 2. the state of being . 3. a or sunken place or part; an area lower than the surrounding surface. 4. sadness; gloom; dejection. 5. Psychiatry. a condition of general emotional dejection and withdrawal; sadness greater and more prolonged than that warranted by any objective […]
[pohst-di-tur-muh-ner] /ˌpoʊst dɪˈtɜr mə nər/ noun, Grammar. 1. a member of a subclass of English adjectival words, including ordinal and cardinal numbers, that may be placed after an article or other and before a descriptive adjective, as first and three in the first three new chapters.