- post.paid[poust p'eid] adj com porte pago.
English-Portuguese dictionary. 2013.
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postpaid — post|paid [ ,poust peıd ] adverb letters and packages that are sent postpaid do not cost the person who sends them anything for their POSTAGE because someone else has already paid for it ╾ post|paid adjective … Usage of the words and phrases in modern English
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postpaid — adjective Date: 1653 having the postage paid by the sender and not chargeable to the receiver … New Collegiate Dictionary