[ pohst-deyt, pohst- ]
/ poʊstˈdeɪt, ˈpoʊst- /
verb (used with object), post·dat·ed, post·dat·ing.
assume, replace, pursue, misplacement, solecism, prolepsis, accede, supervene, supersede, displace, inherit, ensue, supplant, result, follow, succeed, chase, misdate, on
- postcostal anastomosis,
Origin of postdate
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Examples from the Web for postdate
As she noted, there have been no other known incidents of alleged sexual misconduct by Cosby that postdate the 2005 lawsuit.
/ (pəʊstˈdeɪt) /
to write a future date on (a document), as on a cheque to prevent it being paid until then
to assign a date to (an event, period, etc) that is later than its previously assigned date of occurrence
to be or occur at a later date than
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