Definition of 'postmark'
Example sentences containing 'postmark'
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It was a dark, dull blue colour with a heavy black postmark on the upper right corner. THE DUTCH BLUE ERROR (2002)Then I'd rush downstairs to see if Theo had any letters with a Chatham postmark, stamped `confidential' --- but so far, he didn't. RESCUING ROSE (2002)Two days later the cards had arrived from Max, three of them in an envelope, on which the postmark was altogether obliterated. DREAMS OF INNOCENCE (2002)
Finally, he held up the padded envelope, squinted at the postmark: Honolulu, Hawaii. THE X FILES 3: GROUND ZERO (2002)
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Used Rarely. postmark is in the lower 50% of commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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Translations for 'postmark'
British English: postmark /ˈpəʊstˌmɑːk/ NOUN
A postmark is a mark which is printed on letters and packages at a post office. It shows the time and place at which something was posted.
The postmark was smudged.
- American English: postmark
- Arabic: خَتْـمُ البَريد
- Brazilian Portuguese: carimbo postal
- Chinese: 邮戳
- Croatian: poštanski žig
- Czech: poštovní razítko
- Danish: poststempel
- Dutch: poststempel
- European Spanish: matasellos
- Finnish: postileima
- French: cachet de la poste
- German: Poststempel
- Greek: ταχυδρομική σφραγίδα
- Italian: timbro postale
- Japanese: 消印
- Korean: 소인 편지
- Norwegian: poststempel
- Polish: stempel pocztowy
- European Portuguese: carimbo postal
- Romanian: ștampilă poștală
- Russian: почтовый штемпель
- Spanish: matasellos
- Swedish: poststämpel
- Thai: ตราประทับบนไปรษณียภัณฑ์
- Turkish: posta damgası
- Ukrainian: поштова марка
- Vietnamese: dấu bưu điện
Definition of postmark from the Collins English Dictionary
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