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Postpone

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  1. Meztilabar says:
    Define postpone. postpone synonyms, postpone pronunciation, postpone translation, English dictionary definition of postpone. tr.v. post·poned, post·pon·ing, post·pones 1. To cause or arrange for to take place at a time later than the time at which it was originally supposed to.
  2. Yozshular says:
    Apr 13,  · If the president could set the time of his own election, he could specify a date that is favorable to him – or postpone a specified date until the conditions are just right.
  3. Tausida says:
    From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English postpone post‧pone / pəʊsˈpəʊn $ poʊsˈpoʊn / verb [transitive] POSTPONE/DO LATER to change the date or time of a planned event or action to a later one SYN put back OPP bring forward The match had to be postponed until next week. postpone doing something They’ve decided to postpone having a family for a while.
  4. Takazahn says:
    postpone something to something They have agreed to postpone repayment of the loan to a future unspecified date. postpone doing something It was an unpopular decision to postpone building the new hospital. compare cancel. Extra Examples. Ruth wrote at once, asking Maria to postpone her visit.
  5. Meztigor says:
    post·pone (pōst-pōn′, pōs-pōn′) tr.v. post·poned, post·pon·ing, post·pones 1. To cause or arrange for (an event) to take place at a time later than the time at which it was originally supposed to happen. See Synonyms at defer1. 2. To postpose. [Latin postpōnere: post-, post- + pōnere, to put; see post2.] post·pon′a·ble adj. post.
  6. Kizahn says:
    Atlanta Public Schools announced it would postpone the first day of school to Aug. 24, two weeks later than scheduled, and would require students to wear face masks when they are in school.
  7. Arasho says:
    postpone until (some later date or time) To delay (something) until a later date or time. A noun or pronoun can be used between "postpone" and "until" to specify what is being delayed. I was just informed that Mr. Smith has taken ill, so we had best postpone until he has recovered. We'll have to postpone the barbecue until next weekend if the weather.
  8. Samulkree says:
    Jul 30,  · Can the president cancel or postpone an election with an executive order? No. Why not? Article II of the Constitution empowers Congress to choose the timing of the general election.

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