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(Internet) rant or write unceasingly and fanatically on a relatively dull subject with an obviously absurd attitude or with animosity toward a particular person or group of people on Usenet; write insulting words about a person, angry e-mail message, b...flame
(Video) display in letterbox format, display only across the center of a screen with black bands at the top and bottom (so the wider film format will fit the different dimensions of a TV screen);(British) mailbox, mail slot, maildrop, video playback fo...letterbox
, send a letter, appoint to command, assign to a position or duty, station; publicize, advertise; inform; send electronic mail to a newsgroup (Computers); send by mail; move up and down in a saddle (Equitation); travel quickly, by post horse, denounce
able to be mailed, able to be sent by mailmailable
actor who delivers a monologue; person who makes a long speechmonologuist
address for mailmailing address
advance or promote, ahead, at front of vessel, at the front, attacking player, indicates improvement, player positioned at the front of the offensive line (Sports), progressing, redirect mail, relating to the future, send, convey; promote; advance; res...forward
advertisement, machine that prepares mail, mail container, mail sender, one who mails letters or packages; large envelope or other container in which things are mailed; advertisement sent in the mail; mail program, mail software (Computers), somebody w...mailer
advertising by maildirect mail
aerogramme, air letter, airmail letter, air-mail letter, letter which is transported by aircraftaerogram
aim inaccurately, direct incorrectly; lead astray; misinstruct; mislead; misguide, give wrong directions, wrongly address mailmisdirect
air mail, mail sent via aircraftairpost
air-mail letter, letter which is transported by aircraftaerogramme
American company that delivers letters and parcels worldwideUnited Parcel Service
American company that delivers letters and parcels worldwideUPS (United Parcel Service)
area of mail delivery in LondonWC (West Central)
armor, cover the body with mail, e-mail, hard body covering, items sent, postal service; letters and other items that are sent via the postal service; flexible armor constructed of metal rings linked together; e-mail, electronic mail, postal system, se...mail
assigned to a position or duty, stationed; publicized, advertised; informed; send by mail, sent via the postal serviceposted
bag for mail, body cavity resembling pocket, form pouch, plant cavity, pocket of skin in animal, sac; handbag, purse; baggy skin under the eye, put in a pouch, place in a pocket, put in pouch, small soft bag, something resembling pouchpouch
batch of letters, for mail, large batch of mail sent at one time by a single sender; rented property (Scottish), something sent by mailmailing
belonging to second class, by second-class means of travel, category after best, inferior, mail servicesecond class
best student, senior student with the highest grade point average who delivers the parting speech at a graduation ceremonyvaledictorian
best, given priority in the mail service, in first class, most luxurious, with postal priorityfirst-class
boat which conveys mailmailboat
box for receiving mailpost office box
box for receiving mail, message storage file, postbox, public box for depositing outgoing letters, postbox; private box for receiving incoming mail; file in which electronic mail is stored (Computers), public collection box for mailing lettersmailbox
boy selling newspapers, boy who sells or delivers newspapers, paperboynewsboy
burning, fiery; glorious; shining; passionate, intense; gay, homosexual (Derogatory Slang), deluge of critical e-mail, glowing, producing flames, vivid in colorflaming
by air mailpar avion
card for short message, post card, postal card, see also:picture postcard, small card sent by mail (often with a photograph on one side)postcard
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