in basketball, to establish a position in the frontcourt on one side or the other of the free throw lane, esp. used against smaller defenders
This gave Abbott Smith a chance to post up the books on those days, for he had been made bookkeeper.
Penalty of death against the dealer who does not post up the contents of his warehouse, or who does not keep open shop.
We'll take him to our hotel, and I'll tell the clerk to post up a notice, saying the toy was found at sea.
They were a trifle late for the first race; the horses were already going to the post up the Eclipse chute.
What can we expect from those addresses to the people which he has been advised to post up?
post up in the reading room a list of the periodicals regularly received; also a list of those in the bound files.
First and foremost stands the obligation to post up the working rules.
No ledgers to post up; no anxiety as to whether the balance would be on the right side at the end of every month.
If you and Mr Grey like, we will take a post-chaise between us, and post up to town.
The post up till then had been held by a certain Dr. Pepusch, but he resigned at once in favour of Handel.