One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
1‘he had to postpone his scheduled trip to South Africa’
put off, delay, defer, put back, hold off, hold over, carry over, reschedule, adjourn, stay, shelve, stand over, pigeonhole, keep in abeyance, suspend, mothball
North American put over, table, take a rain check on
North American continue
informal put on ice, put on the back burner, put in cold storage
rare remit, respite
advance, bring forward
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