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a written or printed message to someone often sent by post Letter
a small piece of paper that you buy and then stick to an envelope or package to pay for the cost of postage. Stamp
The rectangular paper cover in which you send a letter or card to someone by post. Envelope
a device that is used for weighing people or things. Scales
the system used for sending letters and packages from one person to another. Mail
a building where the mail for a local area is sent and received. Post office
a card on which a message may be sent by mail without an envelope and that often has a picture on one side. People tend to send postcards to their friends and family when they are on holiday. Postcard
a short sequence of letters and numbers at the end of your address which helps the post office to sort out the mail. postcode
a man who is in charge of a post office. Postmaster
the activity of writing letters or emails to someone. Someone’s correspondence can also be the letters or emails that they receive or send. Correspondence
delivered faster than usual for a higher price. Express
the act of bringing something to a person or place. Delivery
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