postpone

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Pronunciation[change]

Verb[change]

Plain form
postpone

Third-person singular
postpones

Past tense
postponed

Past participle
postponed

Present participle
postponing

  1. When you postpone something, it means to cancel a plan or event with the intention of rescheduling at a later date.
    She will postpone the picnic if weather reports indicate rain.
    The exams were postponed until next week because of the weather.