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postseason

[ pohst-see-zuhn ]
/ ˈpoʊstˌsi zən /
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noun
a period after the season, especially the period of time in organized sports when teams that did well during the regular season play each other for championship titles: Several universities with storied college football programs will be headed to bowl games this postseason.
adjective
of, relating to, or occurring in the postseason: The postseason games are only available to people who pay for the league’s subscription TV service.Prepare for next year’s deer hunting with postseason scouting and observation.
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Origin of postseason

An Americanism dating back to 1880–85; post- + season
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British Dictionary definitions for postseason

postseason
/ (pəʊstˈsiːzən) mainly US /

adjective
of or relating to the period after the end of a regular sporting season
noun
the period after the end of a regular sporting seasonhome run drought in the postseason
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