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post·date

 (pōst-dāt′, pōst′-)
tr.v. post·dat·ed, post·dat·ing, post·dates
1. To put a date on (a check, for example) that is later than the actual date.
2. To occur later than; follow in time.

postdate

(pəʊstˈdeɪt)
vb (tr)
1. to write a future date on (a document), as on a cheque to prevent it being paid until then
2. to assign a date to (an event, period, etc) that is later than its previously assigned date of occurrence
3. to be or occur at a later date than

post•date

(poʊstˈdeɪt, ˈpoʊst-)

v.t. -dat•ed, -dat•ing.
1. to date (a check, invoice, document, etc.) with a date later than the current date.
2. to give a date later than the true date: to postdate the termination of one's employment.
3. to follow in time.
[1615–25]

postdate


Past participle: postdated
Gerund: postdating

Imperative
postdate
postdate
Present
I postdate
you postdate
he/she/it postdates
we postdate
you postdate
they postdate
Preterite
I postdated
you postdated
he/she/it postdated
we postdated
you postdated
they postdated
Present Continuous
I am postdating
you are postdating
he/she/it is postdating
we are postdating
you are postdating
they are postdating
Present Perfect
I have postdated
you have postdated
he/she/it has postdated
we have postdated
you have postdated
they have postdated
Past Continuous
I was postdating
you were postdating
he/she/it was postdating
we were postdating
you were postdating
they were postdating
Past Perfect
I had postdated
you had postdated
he/she/it had postdated
we had postdated
you had postdated
they had postdated
Future
I will postdate
you will postdate
he/she/it will postdate
we will postdate
you will postdate
they will postdate
Future Perfect
I will have postdated
you will have postdated
he/she/it will have postdated
we will have postdated
you will have postdated
they will have postdated
Future Continuous
I will be postdating
you will be postdating
he/she/it will be postdating
we will be postdating
you will be postdating
they will be postdating
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been postdating
you have been postdating
he/she/it has been postdating
we have been postdating
you have been postdating
they have been postdating
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been postdating
you will have been postdating
he/she/it will have been postdating
we will have been postdating
you will have been postdating
they will have been postdating
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been postdating
you had been postdating
he/she/it had been postdating
we had been postdating
you had been postdating
they had been postdating
Conditional
I would postdate
you would postdate
he/she/it would postdate
we would postdate
you would postdate
they would postdate
Past Conditional
I would have postdated
you would have postdated
he/she/it would have postdated
we would have postdated
you would have postdated
they would have postdated
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.postdate - be later in time; "Tuesday always follows Monday"
come after, follow - come after in time, as a result; "A terrible tsunami followed the earthquake"
antecede, antedate, forego, precede, predate, forgo - be earlier in time; go back further; "Stone tools precede bronze tools"
2.postdate - establish something as being later relative to something else
chronologise, chronologize - establish the order in time of something; "The archivist chronologized the documents"
foredate, antedate, predate - establish something as being earlier relative to something else
Translations

postdate

[ˈpəʊstˈdeɪt] VTponer una fecha posterior a

postdate

[ˌpəʊstˈdeɪt] vt (cheque) → postdatare
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