Definitions

from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License

  • adj. After work.
  • n. this sense?) (art) a process of taking an image, whether it be a digital photo, a rendered fractal or a piece finalized in any image producing program into another program for alteration. Examples of this would be twisting, recoloring and stretching.

Etymologies

post- +‎ work (Wiktionary)

Examples

  • LADY IN RED: Lauren Remington Platt As an analyst at a hedge fund, Lauren Remington Platt would routinely duck out the office for blow dries to prep for postwork fund-raisers and charity events.

    Beauty On Demand

  • On a Friday afternoon, for example, I posted an update looking for nearby friends to share a postwork beer downtown (37.787229 °N, 122.387093 °W).

    I Am Here: One Man's Experiment With the Location-Aware Lifestyle

  • Employers are sponsoring office sports teams, hosting postwork social hours and permitting flexible work schedules.

    Rewards Help Soothe Hard Times

  • By J.hn J. Edwards III With so much time spent during the week at work and at postwork events, many juggling parents treat weekend daylight hours as sacrosanct family time.

    Paid Leave: Workers Like It,

  • Working in the suburbs can also cut down on postwork socializing and access to urban cultural amenities.

    For Some, Suburban Jobs Prove Subpar

  • Hundreds of people were doing some postwork shopping at Crossroads Mall despite the bad weather warnings.

    Storm Warning

  • Had a postwork blooper that needed to be fixed---a rather small but major one.

    November 14th, 2006

  • I wanted the feel of the poster to be very vintage, so with some extensive postwork in PhotoShop CS I aged and posterised the flattened image until I was happy with the effect.

    November 14th, 2006

  • That I was going to go out to interviews in my soaked and stinky postwork condition?

    Nickel and Dimed

  • During a postwork dinner after Domino folded, they were ruminating about the hole left in the shelter category by the recent loss of so many titles.

    The Seattle Times

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