dispatch, despatch, communique(noun)
an official report (usually sent in haste)
dispatch, despatch, shipment(noun)
the act of sending off something
dispatch, despatch, expedition, expeditiousness(noun)
the property of being prompt and efficient
"it was done with dispatch"
killing a person or animal
dispatch, despatch, send off(verb)
send away towards a designated goal
dispatch, discharge, complete(verb)
complete or carry out
"discharge one's duties"
unload, empty, despatch, complete, expel, exhaust, go off, hit, nail, drop off, release, send off, fill out, finish, fire, polish off, off, fill in, slay, exculpate, assoil, set down, clear, make out, put down, acquit, murder, drop, discharge, exonerate, free, eject, muster out, bump off, remove
murder, slay, hit, dispatch, bump off, off, polish off, remove(verb)
kill intentionally and with premeditation
"The mafia boss ordered his enemies murdered"
shoot, despatch, complete, wrap up, hit, arrive at, transfer, attain, send off, finish up, reach, eat up, take out, move out, get rid of, strike, score, finish, make, polish off, collide with, gain, mangle, withdraw, tally, off, finish off, absent, run into, stumble, slay, impinge on, clear up, murder, rack up, mutilate, mop up, discharge, come to, take away, take, pip, get through, bump off, remove
dispose of rapidly and without delay and efficiently
"He dispatched the task he was assigned"
kill without delay
"the traitor was dispatched by the conspirators"
To send a shipment with promptness.
To send an important official message sent by a diplomat or military officer with promptness
To destroy quickly and efficiently
To pass on for further processing, especially via a dispatch table (computing, often with to)
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How to use dispatch in a sentence?
Until the Iraqi governments sensitivities are fulfilled, dispatch of forces to Bashiqa will not take place.
Dispatch advised that a juvenile had gone to a neighbor's house and stated they didn't have food and needed something to eat.
If you are able to safely and humanely dispatch of the animal, we encourage that and we want that information too.
The Court has expressed the hope that the Court of Appeals will proceed with appropriate dispatch, and I see no reason why the Court of Appeals should not be able to decide this case, one way or the other, within the next 60 days.
There are men that will make you books, and turn them loose into the world, with as much dispatch as they would do a dish of fritters.
Translations for dispatch
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- телеграма, бързам, депеша, експедиция, пращамBulgarian
- Besiegen, Entziehen, Versenden, Verschicken, BeeilenGerman
- privar, envío urgente, despacharse, despachar, despacho, envío, comunicadoSpanish
- lähettää, tappaaFinnish
- elküldeni, feladásHungarian
- ekspedere, (av)sendeNorwegian
- спешить, депеша, отправлять, лишать, расправлятьсяRussian
- yollama, yoksun bırakma, sevk etme, acele etme, mahrum etme, gönderme, yenmeTurkish
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