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airmail of or having to do with mail sent by air. [3/5 definitions]
bar code a set of black bars on a white background printed on the labels of goods and mail. A bar code is scanned by a computer that reads information such as price.
electronic mail a written message sent between people from a computer in one location to a computer in another location; e-mail.
email the practice or system by which written messages are sent from one computer to another; electronic mail. [2/4 definitions]
emoticon (from emotion icon) a small icon made of punctuation characters and letters that is placed in an e-mail; smiley. An emoticon shows the mood of the writer, such as :-( and :-D
envelope a folded paper covering or container usually used to mail letters.
first-class by the most expensive way to mail, travel, or dine. [1/2 definitions]
Internet the world's largest computer network, which is made of millions of computers that are linked together. Some parts of the Internet are the World Wide Web, electronic mail, and chat rooms.
junk mail mail that is not wanted or asked for. Letters asking for money or trying to sell products are usually considered junk mail.
letter a written message, usually sent through the mail. [1/3 definitions]
letterbox a British word for a public box in which people place letters to be sent by mail. Letterbox has the same meaning as mailbox. [2 definitions]
letter carrier someone who delivers mail.
mailbox a public box in which people place letters to be sent by mail. [2 definitions]
mail carrier a person whose job is to deliver mail.
mailman a man whose job is to deliver mail; postman.
pony express a system of delivering the mail using riders on horseback. The pony express ran between St. Louis, Missouri and Sacramento, California during 1860 and 1861.
post3 the system for delivering mail, or a mail delivery.
postage the amount of money charged for sending a letter or package by mail.
postage stamp a small, printed label that is put on a piece of mail to show that the postage has been paid. Postage stamps often have pictures on them.
postal having to do with the mail service.
postbox a British word for a public box in which people place letters to be sent by mail. Postbox has the same meaning as mailbox.