postpone verb

ADV. indefinitely The event has been postponed indefinitely due to lack of interest. | merely The inevitable conflict was merely postponed till the next meeting.

VERB + POSTPONE agree to, decide to, vote to | be forced to | ask sb to Ruth wrote at once, asking Maria to postpone her visit.

PREP. for Our visit had been postponed for several weeks. | from, to The match has been postponed from Wednesday night to Friday night. | till/until The meeting has been postponed until next week.