express, express mail(noun)
mail that is distributed by a rapid and efficient system
public transport consisting of a fast train or bus that makes only a few scheduled stops
"he caught the express to New York"
rapid transport of goods
not tacit or implied
"her express wish"
without unnecessary stops
"an express train"; "an express shipment"
express, show, evince(verb)
give expression to
"She showed her disappointment"
extract, usher, press out, testify, evince, designate, picture, indicate, record, convey, show, show up, evidence, demo, demonstrate, prove, read, bear witness, give tongue to, depict, shew, state, present, utter, carry, establish, verbalise, register, render, point, verbalize, exhibit
express, verbalize, verbalise, utter, give tongue to(verb)
articulate; either verbally or with a cry, shout, or noise
"She expressed her anger"; "He uttered a curse"
carry, convey, express(verb)
serve as a means for expressing something
"The painting of Mary carries motherly love"; "His voice carried a lot of anger"
verbalize, persuade, comport, dribble, get, pack, have a bun in the oven, impart, behave, show, verbalise, run, sway, evince, give tongue to, take, communicate, expect, deport, fetch, extend, state, utter, press out, channel, carry, transport, stock, hold, bring, acquit, convey, post, conduct, transmit, contain, gestate, extract, stockpile, bear
indicate through a symbol, formula, etc.
"Can you express this distance in kilometers?"
manifest the effects of (a gene or genetic trait)
"Many of the laboratory animals express the trait"
press out, express, extract(verb)
obtain from a substance, as by mechanical action
"Italians express coffee rather than filter it"
extract, press out, evince, give tongue to, draw out, distil, convey, state, stub out, educe, pull out, crush out, evoke, extinguish, pull, elicit, verbalize, utter, distill, carry, excerpt, verbalise, press, take out, pull up, show
send by rapid transport or special messenger service
"She expressed the letter to Florida"
"please send the letter express"
English Synonyms and Antonyms
Both explicit and express are opposed to what is merely implicit or implied. That which is explicit is unfolded, so that it may not be obscure, doubtful, or ambiguous; that which is express is uttered or stated so decidedly that it may not be forgotten nor overlooked. An explicit statement is too clear to be misunderstood; an express command is too emphatic to be disregarded. Compare CLEAR.
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How to use express in a sentence?
We did about 10,000 hires last year. We have lots of different roles at Google and we hire people from all different backgrounds, we are a company that provides to ability for folks to be able to express their position, or their thoughts, on any particular topic but we’re very clear though that it has to abide by the code of conduct, it has to be respectful and not intended to be hurtful.
The meeting is providing us an opportunity to express our views about the future of Afghanistan.
STO Express was the first ... Now other companies are frightened and are accelerating their stock market listings.
If the Palestinian Authority ceases, or were to cease security cooperation, or even decide to disband as a result of their economic predicament, and that could happen in the future if they don't receive additional revenues, then we would be faced by yet another crisis, we are working hard to prevent that from happening and that is why we have been reaching out to key stakeholders to express these concerns and also to try to work together to find a solution to this challenge.
There's a sense on the Israeli right that progressive or liberal viewpoints are a danger and that something has to be done about it, it has very negative connotations. It creates a hostile environment for those who express legitimate criticism and would put Israel in some very bad company.
Translations for express
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- أعرب, التعبيرArabic
- вы́казаць, выка́звацьBelarusian
- изразя, изричен, експресен, точен, експрес, изстисквам, изразявам, бързBulgarian
- expressarCatalan, Valencian
- vyjadřovat, výslovný, vyjádřitCzech
- ausdrücken, äußern, ausdrücklichGerman
- expresar, exprimirSpanish
- yksikäsitteinen, pika-, pikavuoro, pikajuna, erittää, ilmaista, ilmeinenFinnish
- kijelent, kisajtol, kifejez, expressz, kimond, kicsavar, kinyomHungarian
- esprimere, espressoItalian
- 快速, 明確, 特別, 表す, 急行, 述べる, 表現, 明白Japanese
- izteikt, izsacīt, izpaustLatvian
- whakawhetē, whakatēMāori
- изразува, изразиMacedonian
- gedetailleerd, snel, uitdrukkenDutch
- wyrazić, wyrażaćPolish
- espremer, expresso, extrair, expressarPortuguese
- tren expres, exprese, expresRomanian
- выража́ть, экспресс, вы́разитьRussian
- изражавати, izraziti, izražavati, изразитиSerbo-Croatian
- vyjadriť, vyjadrovaťSlovak
- izraziti, izražatiSlovene
- uttrycklig, express, uttryckaSwedish
- ви́разити, виража́ти, виразитиUkrainian
- biểu hiệnVietnamese
- fé tchitchî, fé brotchî foûWalloon
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