posting


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post·ing

 (pōs′tĭng)
n.
1. Something posted, as for public viewing.
2. An electronic message sent to and displayed on an online forum.

posting

(ˈpəʊstɪŋ)
n
(Wrestling) a wrestling attack in which the opponent is hurled at the post in one of the corners of the ring

posting

(ˈpəʊstɪŋ)
n
1. an appointment to a position or post, usually in another town or country
2. (Telecommunications) an electronic mail message sent to a bulletin board, website, etc, and intended for access by every user

post•ing

(ˈpoʊ stɪŋ)

n.
1. the act or process of entering data in an accounts ledger.
2. the record in a ledger after such entry.
[1665–75]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.posting - a sign posted in a public place as an advertisementposting - a sign posted in a public place as an advertisement; "a poster advertised the coming attractions"
sign - a public display of a message; "he posted signs in all the shop windows"
show bill, show card, theatrical poster - a poster advertising a show or play
flash card, flashcard - a card with words or numbers or pictures that is flashed to a class by the teacher
2.posting - (bookkeeping) a listing on the company's records; "the posting was made in the cash account"
bookkeeping, clerking - the activity of recording business transactions
list, listing - a database containing an ordered array of items (names or topics)
3.posting - the transmission of a letterposting - the transmission of a letter; "the postmark indicates the time of mailing"
transmission, transmittal, transmitting - the act of sending a message; causing a message to be transmitted

posting

noun
An item inserted, as in a diary, register, or reference book:
Translations

posting

[ˈpəʊstɪŋ] N
1. (Brit) (Mil etc) → destino m
2. (Fin) → asiento m, traspaso m al libro mayor

posting

[ˈpəʊstɪŋ] n (British) (by employer)affectation f
a overseas posting → un poste à l'étranger

posting

1
n (= transfer, assignment)Versetzung f; (Mil also) → Abkommandierung f; he’s got a new postinger ist wieder versetzt/abkommandiert worden; I’ve been given an overseas posting to Japanich bin auf einen Auslandsposten nach Japan versetzt worden

posting

2
n (on Internet forum) → Posting nt

posting

[ˈpəʊstɪŋ] n (Brit) → incarico
References in classic literature ?
So soon as Cora and Alice were seated, the scout, without regarding the element, directed Heyward to support one side of the frail vessel, and posting himself at the other, they bore it up against the stream, followed by the dejected owner of the dead foal.
He did not make any speeches--there were lawyers and other experts for that--but he helped to manage things; distributing notices and posting placards and bringing out the crowds; and when the show was on he attended to the fireworks and the beer.
Wemmick was at his desk, lunching - and crunching - on a dry hard biscuit; pieces of which he threw from time to time into his slit of a mouth, as if he were posting them.
No more than December's snow will bide July's sun,'' said the Earl; ``they are dispersing; and who should come posting to bring us the news, but John himself
There was nothing but sending out spies and scouts, posting sentinels and blowing the matches of harquebusses, though they carried but few, for almost all used flintlocks.
This, then, is his new scheme of evil, that he will allow others to see me, as they think, so that he may both leave evidence that I have been seen in the towns or villages posting my own letters, and that any wickedness which he may do shall by the local people be attributed to me.
I will turn up at the posting station when he's setting off tomorrow, I'll catch him by the leg, I'll pull off his coat when he gets into the carriage.
They have been all hired this fortnight, and there are none left but those absolutely requisite for posting.
Elizabeth found that her companion was really unable to proceed, and they completed their arrangement by posting Louisa out of the observation of the people who occasionally passed, but nigh the road, and in plain view of the whole valley.
He was posting away as if upon life and death, and could but just spare time to tell us his errand, and where you all were.
And he met Thibetan herdsmen with their dogs and flocks of sheep, each sheep with a little bag of borax on his back, and wandering wood-cutters, and cloaked and blanketed Lamas from Thibet, coming into India on pilgrimage, and envoys of little solitary Hill-states, posting furiously on ring-streaked and piebald ponies, or the cavalcade of a Rajah paying a visit; or else for a long, clear day he would see nothing more than a black bear grunting and rooting below in the valley.
The address, "Sir Henry Baskerville, Northumberland Hotel," was printed in rough characters; the post-mark "Charing Cross," and the date of posting the preceding evening.