postpaid

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English[edit]

Etymology 1[edit]

post + paid

Adjective[edit]

postpaid (not comparable)

  1. (postage) already paid or included in price
    • 1903, M. F. Hutchinson, Princess Kiku, Dick & Fitzgerald, New York, page 6:
      The complete words and score … can be supplied by Dick & Fitzgerald, post-paid, on receipt of $2.00.

Etymology 2[edit]

post- + paid

Adjective[edit]

postpaid (not comparable)

  1. paid after the service (used especially of cellular phones)

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