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A postposition is the equivalent of a preposition in languages where the preposition appears after the noun (such as Japanese). Here are some examples:

Hungarian: kutya nélkül dog without
Japanese: doko ni where at, doko e where to
Korean: Hanguk e to Korea

English has one postposition: ago.

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