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Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
postcode lottery
▪ Some sufferers are denied treatment because of the postcode lottery.
▪ Die stamp or arc weld your postcode on valuable equipment Crime costs.
▪ It certainly makes a the postcode system look a bit silly.
▪ Samples may be specified on the basis of postcode sectors, census enumeration districts or electoral wards and constituencies.
▪ The basis of the analysis is the customer's postcode, which may be held on existing computerised customer records.
▪ There is an 11-year difference in longevity between babies born in the richest and the poorest postcodes in Britain.
▪ This feature enables both halves of postcodes to be kept together and similarly for telephone numbers.
▪ Use your postcode so the police can identify your property more quickly. 4 Have precious items valued.
▪ We identified the postcode areas of patients and categorised them into three groups - namely, urban, rural, or mixed.

n. 1 (context UK Australia NZ English) A sequence of letters and numbers added to a postal address to aid the sorting and delivery of post / mail. 2 (context by extension English) The region denoted by a postcode. vb. (context UK English) To give a postcode to; to mark with a postcode.


n. a code of letters and digits added to a postal address to aid in the sorting of mail [syn: zip code, postal code]


Usage examples of "postcode".

He got the postcode from a notepad at the side of the bed and read it out to her.

Address Postcode One application per household, You may be mailed with other offers from other reputable companies as a result of this application.

There was an address with an East London postcode that would have rendered the whole card a joke before Canary Wharf started to fill up.

If there are forty spare bedrooms in this street, then our postcode alone should be able to take care of most of the homeless kids out there.

Anyway, I’ve given this issue quite a bit of thought, and I’ve decided that there’s no way romance is going to blossom if blokes do not possess at least one of the following postcodes: N1, N4, N5, N16, W1, W2, WC2, SW1 or—in exceptional circumstances—SW3.