poster

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English[edit]

Pronunciation[edit]

  • (file)

Etymology 1[edit]

from to post (placcard, publish) + -er

Noun[edit]

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A poster of Tan Kin Lian, a candidate in the 2011 presidential election in Singapore

poster (plural posters)

  1. One who posts a message.
    Some posters left the online message board after the squabble.
  2. One who posts, or travels expeditiously; a courier.
    • Shakespeare
      Posters of the sea and land.
  3. (dated) A posthorse.
    • C. Lever
      Posters at full gallop.
  4. An advertisement to be posted on a pole, wall etc. to advertise something.
    I saw a poster for it on the side of a bus.
  5. A picture of a celebrity, an event etc., intended to be attached to a wall.
    He has posters of his favorite band, sports teams and holiday resorts up.
  6. (ice hockey, slang) A shot which only hits a goal post without going in
    We got three posters in the third and lost.
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Etymology 2[edit]

from to post (travel, dispatch) + -er

Noun[edit]

poster (plural posters)

  1. A post-horse
  2. (archaic) A swift traveler

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Dutch[edit]

Etymology 1[edit]

from posten

Noun[edit]

poster m (plural posters, diminutive postertje n)

  1. One who sets out posts, such as sentinels

Etymology 2[edit]

from English poster

Noun[edit]

poster m (plural posters, diminutive postertje n)

  1. A billboard to be posted on a public or private place
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French[edit]

Etymology 1[edit]

From poste (the mail (service)) +‎ -er.

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poster

  1. (transitive) To post, (put in the) mail
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Etymology 2[edit]

From poste (military post) +‎ -er.

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poster

  1. (transitive, military) To post
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Etymology 3[edit]

from English poster.

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poster m (plural posters)

  1. poster (A billboard to be posted on a public or private place)
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Jèrriais[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From English post +‎ -er.

Verb[edit]

poster

  1. to post

Swedish[edit]

Etymology[edit]

from English poster

Noun[edit]

poster c

  1. a poster; picture of celebrity, activity etc. to be posted
  2. indefinite plural of post

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