[po-ster-i-tee] /pɒˈstɛr ɪ ti/
succeeding or future generations collectively:
Judgment of this age must be left to posterity.
all descendants of one person:
His fortune was gradually dissipated by his posterity.
future or succeeding generations
all of one’s descendants
late 14c., from Old French posterité (14c.), from Latin posteritatem (nominative posteritas) “future, future time; after-generation, offspring;” literally “the condition of coming after,” from posterus “coming after, subsequent,” from post “after” (see post-). Old English words for this included æftercneoreso, framcynn.
[poh-ster-uh-zey-shuh n] /ˌpoʊ stər əˈzeɪ ʃən/ noun, Printing. 1. a process for producing a posterlike, high-contrast color reproduction from continuous-tone art by using separation negatives of various densities. 2. Photography. a printing process in which all tone values of a negative are reduced to a few and the tonal separation negatives produced are printed at […]
verb to print an image using only a few shades of gray, characteristic of posters
[poh-stern, pos-tern] /ˈpoʊ stərn, ˈpɒs tərn/ noun 1. a back door or gate. 2. a private entrance or any entrance other than the main one. adjective 3. of, relating to, or resembling a postern. /ˈpɒstən/ noun 1. a back door or gate, esp one that is for private use adjective 2. situated at the rear […]
postero- pref. Posterior: posterosuperior.