postie


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postie

(ˈpəʊstɪ)
n
informal Scot and Austral and NZ a postman
Translations

postie

[ˈpəʊstɪ] N (Brit) → cartero/a m/f

postie

n (Scot, Austral: inf) → Briefträger(in) m(f)
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Customers deserve an explanation from someone in authority, not a downward glance from a rather embarrassed postie who will be tied in what he can say.
Each time they do this, the postie goes away and our dogs think their behaviour caused the intruder to leave.
A DRUNKEN thug who attacked a postie and tried to steal his mail got a bit of shock - because his intended victim was a former boxing champ.
Privatisation could be costly THE postie is a familiar figure in the community, but for how long?
Pepkor, 44% owned by its chairman, Christo Wiese, acquired New Zealand clothing chain Postie Plus Group from its administrators, PwC, for an undisclosed amount.
But one worried postie said he believed the paper would still end up being delivered in the town, where many consider themselves as Scousers.
New Zealand retailer, Postie Plus Group (NZE: PPG), which was forced to renegotiate the terms of its loans with its lender bank of New Zealand, has announced that it will be having another round of talks to discuss the possibility of additional breaches.
One postie delivering mail in the Newport area on June 2 last year was left with head and skull abrasions following an animal attack, while a delivery worker reported being bitten in the face in the Llandudno region on July 25.
To spare a postie an attack, the Royal Mail advised: ?
Every Postie receives more than 150 hours of training before turning age 16.
A postie claimed second place with 14,183 steps and a waiter snatched third with just over 9,000.
Both could be trusted with anything and because of them and the local postie I would always hold a high respect for all the staff involved.