[pohst re-stahnt or, esp. British, res-tahnt; French pawst res-tahnt] /ˌpoʊst rɛˈstɑnt or, esp. British, ˈrɛs tɑnt; French pɔst rɛsˈtɑ̃t/
a direction written on mail to indicate that it should be held at the post office until called for by the addressee.
Chiefly British. a department in charge of such mail.
/ˈpəʊst rɪˈstænt; French pɔst rɛstɑ̃t/
(not in the US and Canada) an address on mail indicating that it should be kept at a specified post office until collected by the addressee
the mail-delivery service or post-office department that handles mail having this address
[po-steer-ee-er, poh-] /pɒˈstɪər i ər, poʊ-/ adjective 1. situated behind or at the rear of; hinder (opposed to ). 2. coming after in order, as in a series. 3. coming after in time; later; subsequent (sometimes followed by to). 4. Anatomy, Zoology. 5. Botany. toward the back and near the main axis, as the upper […]
- Posterior ampullar nerve
posterior ampullar nerve n. A branch of the vestibular part of the eighth cranial nerve that supplies the ampullary crest of the posterior semicircular duct of the ear.
- Posterior asynclitism
posterior asynclitism n. See Litzmann obliquity.
- Posterior auricular nerve
posterior auricular nerve n. A branch of the facial nerve, which supplies the posterior auricular and intrinsic muscles of the auricle and, through its occipital branch, innervates the occipital belly of the occipitofrontal muscle.