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post·date / pōstˈdāt/ • v. [tr.] 1. [usu. as adj.] (postdated) affix or assign a date later than the actual one to (a document or event): a postdated check. 2. occur or come at a later date than: Stonehenge was presumed to postdate these structures.

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Postdate

POSTDATE

To designate a written instrument, such as a check, with a time or date later than that at which it is really made.

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