What is another word for post marking?

Pronunciation: [pˈə͡ʊst mˈɑːkɪŋ] (IPA)

Post marking refers to the marking placed on a piece of mail to indicate the date and location it was mailed from. Synonyms for post marking include cancellation, franking, and dating stamp. Cancellation is used when the mark is designed to invalidate the postage stamp, while franking refers to the use of a machine or device to print the postal mark and dating stamp refers to the marking of the date only. Other less commonly used synonyms for post marking include obliteration, overprint, and impression. Regardless of which synonym is used, all serve the same purpose in indicating when and where a piece of mail was sent.

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What are the hypernyms for Post marking?

A hypernym is a word with a broad meaning that encompasses more specific words called hyponyms.

What are the opposite words for post marking?

Post marking is the process of stamping a date or location on a piece of mail to show when and where it was sent. Antonyms for post marking could be pre-stamping, where the date and location are applied to the mail before it is sent, or no marking at all, where there is no indication of when or where the mail was sent. Other antonyms could include digital or electronic mailing, where the mail is sent and tracked digitally without any physical markings, or hand-delivery where no postal service is used at all. Overall, antonyms for post marking might involve alternative ways of sending and tracking mail that do not require physical stamps or markings.

What are the antonyms for Post marking?

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