To post off

to put off; to delay.

See also: Post

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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G Powell Salisbury Close, Penarth I WOULD like to thank all your kind Echo readers who took the trouble to post off to me their used postage stamps for The Guide Dogs for the Blind Association during the past year.
Last year, George sold his car to someone who did not inform the DVLA of the change of ownership - even though George had filled-in the slip for the new owner to post off.
Under the plans, data could be shared between, for example, the Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency and the UK Passport Service so that drivers would not have to post off their passport when applying for a driving licence.
The grounded left foot prevents the loss of momentum, a delay during delivery, a failure to post off the front leg, and a loss of leg lift at the release.
"Staff at Holmesdale Street Post Office are so helpful and let us drop packages to post off, without having to queue.