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post·fix

 (pōst-fĭks′)
tr.v. post·fixed, post·fix·ing, post·fix·es
To suffix.
n. (pōst′fĭks′)
A suffix.

post·fix′al, post·fix′i·al adj.

postfix

vb
(Grammar) (tr) to add or append at the end of something; suffix
n
(Grammar) a less common word for suffix

post•fix

(v. poʊstˈfɪks, ˈpoʊst fɪks; n. ˈpoʊst fɪks)

v.t.
1. to append; suffix.
n.
2. suffix.
[1795–1805; post- + -fix, on the model of prefix]
post•fix′al, post•fix′i•al, adj.

postfix


Past participle: postfixed
Gerund: postfixing

Imperative
postfix
postfix
Present
I postfix
you postfix
he/she/it postfixes
we postfix
you postfix
they postfix
Preterite
I postfixed
you postfixed
he/she/it postfixed
we postfixed
you postfixed
they postfixed
Present Continuous
I am postfixing
you are postfixing
he/she/it is postfixing
we are postfixing
you are postfixing
they are postfixing
Present Perfect
I have postfixed
you have postfixed
he/she/it has postfixed
we have postfixed
you have postfixed
they have postfixed
Past Continuous
I was postfixing
you were postfixing
he/she/it was postfixing
we were postfixing
you were postfixing
they were postfixing
Past Perfect
I had postfixed
you had postfixed
he/she/it had postfixed
we had postfixed
you had postfixed
they had postfixed
Future
I will postfix
you will postfix
he/she/it will postfix
we will postfix
you will postfix
they will postfix
Future Perfect
I will have postfixed
you will have postfixed
he/she/it will have postfixed
we will have postfixed
you will have postfixed
they will have postfixed
Future Continuous
I will be postfixing
you will be postfixing
he/she/it will be postfixing
we will be postfixing
you will be postfixing
they will be postfixing
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been postfixing
you have been postfixing
he/she/it has been postfixing
we have been postfixing
you have been postfixing
they have been postfixing
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been postfixing
you will have been postfixing
he/she/it will have been postfixing
we will have been postfixing
you will have been postfixing
they will have been postfixing
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been postfixing
you had been postfixing
he/she/it had been postfixing
we had been postfixing
you had been postfixing
they had been postfixing
Conditional
I would postfix
you would postfix
he/she/it would postfix
we would postfix
you would postfix
they would postfix
Past Conditional
I would have postfixed
you would have postfixed
he/she/it would have postfixed
we would have postfixed
you would have postfixed
they would have postfixed
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.postfix - an affix that is added at the end of the word
affix - a linguistic element added to a word to produce an inflected or derived form
ending, termination - the end of a word (a suffix or inflectional ending or final morpheme); "I don't like words that have -ism as an ending"
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