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postage 中文解釋 wordnet sense Collocation Usage
Noun
/ˈpōstij/,
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The sending or conveying of letters and parcels by mail,
  1. The sending or conveying of letters and parcels by mail
    • - the free postage that members of Congress enjoy
  2. The amount required to send a letter or parcel by mail
    • - the calendar is available for $15.95 including postage and handling

  1. the charge for mailing something
  2. a small adhesive token stuck on a letter or package to indicate that that postal fees have been paid
  3. Mail, or post, is a method for transmitting information and tangible objects, wherein written documents, typically enclosed in envelopes and also small packages are delivered to destinations around the world. Anything sent through the postal system is called mail or post.
  4. Postage was released in 2003 as an in depth synopsis of Supergroove's output. Whilst it is the band's Greatest Hits collection there were a number of songs on the album, predominantly from singles, which had not been previously released on any the the bands earlier albums and EPs. ...
  5. The charge for posting an item; The postage stamp, or similar token, affixed to an item of post as evidence of payment
  6. To dream of postage stamps, denotes system and remuneration in business. If you try to use cancelled stamps, you will fall into disrepute. To receive stamps, signifies a rapid rise to distinction. To see torn stamps, denotes that there are obstacles in your way.
  7. the cost of sending a letter through the Post Office
  8. The charge or surcharge payable for the collection, transmission and delivery by Canada Post of messages, information, funds or goods and for Coverage for loss or damage or other special services provided by Canada Post. (port)
  9. Postage is the price paid by the customer for a certain postal service rendered.
  10. the price established for transporting mail
  11. Payment for delivery service that is affixed or imprinted to a mailpiece, usually in the form of a postage stamp, permit imprint, or meter stamp.
  12. Many times, even though it doesn't look like it, your stationery or invitation may require extra postage. PapyrusCustomPrinting.com warns you if this may be the case, but the best and safest method is to take your fully stuffed envelope to the post office and have them give you the lowdown. ...
  13. charged at cost. Orders to be paid for in GBP.
  14. Once your order is placed you will be contacted regarding postage and delivery fees. This is due to individual weight and destination of each order
  15. Postage and packing for customers in the UK and anywhere else in the world will be charged in accordance with the latest UK/Overseas postage rates.
  16. We shall be entitled to charge a reasonable postage to you to handle our time, material and postage costs, all of which are subject to VAT.
  17. U.K. inland -  For coins & Banknotes. As of 4 April 2011
  18. I will not be held responsible for orders sent via 1st class ordinary post, Recorded Delivery or ordinary airmail. If any of these options are chosen at the checkout the order will be sent entirely at the customers own risk (If the package is lost I will no longer send a replacement order). ...
  19. All orders are sent using Royal Mail 1st class, unless otherwise specified. If you need anything posted by special delivery, please contact me for details, prices start from £4.90.
  20. Costs starts @ free for orders over £25.00 or £3.00 to have your blinds sent via Parcel Force insured, see Delivery costs on our Products page. | UK 1st Class Mail
  21. Registered postage is highly recommended. We will not be responsible for lost and stolen packages sent via normal post.
  22. All postage will be arranged by Memorywall and charged at cost and included in your final invoice.
  23. All pricing excludes postage. Postage is calculated on weight of total order and is sent via Australia Post with free delivery to the local Mansfield, VIC area.
  24. Postage is FREE to Mainland UK!. International shipping may be subject to import duties or other taxes.
  25. £6.95 to UK, £8.95 Worldwide.