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You also have to pay for postage. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Both of these offers include postage and packaging charges. The Sun (2016)You will be astounded to hear the initiative was taken by an entrepreneur wishing to boost the sale of postage stamps. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Off ers include postage and packaging. The Sun (2016)Both prices include postage and packing. The Sun (2016)Both offers include postage and packaging, saving another 4.95. The Sun (2016)Is it fair that we are charged postage on parcels to our serving soldiers? The Sun (2007)The magazine is still available under subscription for a small postage and packaging fee. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Discount will not be applied to any postage and packaging charges. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Both offers include free postage and packaging. The Sun (2016)It uses a disposable fuel cartridge slightly bigger than a postage stamp that slides into the side of a phone. Times, Sunday Times (2006)It issues its own postage stamps. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Answers on a postage stamp please. The Sun (2007)That was without postage and packaging. Times, Sunday Times (2014)All prices include postage and packaging. The Sun (2009)Not only will the bank get their junk mail back but they will have to pay the excess postage to collect the envelope. Times, Sunday Times (2011)The offer also includes five free sachets of plant food, and postage and packing is free. The Sun (2016)There is no booking fee but there will be a 5 charge for postage. Times, Sunday Times (2014)The image that he took of her in 1966 is the one that appears on postage stamps. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Now red-faced party officials are facing a hefty bill to refund all the postage charges. The Sun (2013)You can send an SAE to claim it free or pay for postage and packing. The Sun (2008)Both offers include postage and packing, saving a further 4.95. The Sun (2016)Buy all three books for 18.99 with free postage or for 6.99 each. Times, Sunday Times (2010)The charity calendar is 7.99 plus 1.50 postage and packing. The Sun (2008)All these offers come postage and packaging free, saving another 4.95. The Sun (2015)All offers come postage and packing free - saving another 4.95. The Sun (2015)The economics of postage and packing may mean that discount retailing remains largely, if not wholly, a bricks rather than clicks activity. Times, Sunday Times (2007)

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Translations for 'postage'

British English: postage /ˈpəʊstɪdʒ/ NOUN
Postage is the money that you pay for sending letters and parcels by post.
...an extra charge for postage and packing.
  • American English: postage
  • Arabic: أُجْرَةُ البَرِيد
  • Brazilian Portuguese: franquia postal
  • Chinese: 邮资
  • Croatian: poštarina
  • Czech: poštovné
  • Danish: porto
  • Dutch: frankering
  • European Spanish: franqueo
  • Finnish: postimaksu
  • French: affranchissement
  • German: Porto
  • Greek: ταχυδρομικό τέλος
  • Italian: affrancatura
  • Japanese: 郵便料金
  • Korean: 우편요금
  • Norwegian: porto
  • Polish: opłata pocztowa
  • European Portuguese: portes
  • Romanian: tarif poștal
  • Russian: почтовые расходы
  • Spanish: franqueo
  • Swedish: porto
  • Thai: ค่าส่งของทางไปรษณีย์
  • Turkish: posta ücreti
  • Ukrainian: вартість пересилки
  • Vietnamese: phí bưu điện

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