post up

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post up (third-person singular simple present posts up, present participle posting up, simple past and past participle posted up)

  1. To affix a notice, announcement etc, to a post, board, wall or the like.
    If the bailiff does not find the witness at his home, he will post up a court warrant there instead.
  2. To enter any information, data etc (into a register, account, record etc).
  3. (basketball) To establish a position in the frontcourt on one side or the other of the free throw lane, especially used against smaller defenders.
Last modified on 18 June 2013, at 12:49