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Post- Latin prefix vocabulary set

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postdate
(v.) to write on something a date that comes after the real date.
example: a postdated check
postgraduate
(n.) a person who takes a college class after he or she has already graduated (from college)
example: someone who is getting their Master's degree
posthumous
(adj.) occurring or continuing after death; usually related to a book that is published after the author has died
postindustrial
(n.; adj.) the time in society that came after the Industrial Revolution
postmark
(n.) a mark printed across a stamp after it is received by the post office
postmeridian
(adj.) taking place after noon; p.m.
postmortem
(adj.)occurring or done after death; usually related to an examination of the body after it is dead
example: an autopsy
postpone
(v.) to do something at a time or date after it was originally planned
postproduction
(n.) the editing that is done after the movie, film, or video had been taped
postscript
(n.) a comment, note, or thought written after the letter is finished; p.s.