post-

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See also: Post, post, POST, and pöst

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Latin post (after, behind).

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post-

  1. after, later
  2. behind

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French[edit]

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post-

  1. post-

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German[edit]

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post-

  1. post-

Usage notes[edit]

It is relatively uncommon to prefix post- to native German words, for which nach- is preferred. While a compound postmittelalterlich ("post-mediaeval") is not altogether impossible, one will normally use nachmittelalterlich. Post- is common with learned words, such as postmodern or posttraumatisch.

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Italian[edit]

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post-

  1. post-
  2. Forms terms relating to post / mail (especially in Swiss Italian)

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post-

  1. post-

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