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Definitions of express:

part of speech: verb transitive

To press or force out: to represent or make known by a likeness or by words: to declare: to designate.

part of speech: verb

To press or squeeze out; to declare in words; to utter; to represent; to denote.

part of speech: adjective

Plainly stated; exact; not implied; specially prepared; denoting a company whose business it is to transport goods; as, an express company.

part of speech: adjective

Pressed or clearly brought out: exactly representing: directly stated: explicit: clear: intended or sent for a particular purpose.

part of speech: noun

Any direct and fast conveyance; a messenger or vehicle sent on purpose; a special message.

part of speech: adverb


part of speech: noun

A messenger or conveyance sent on a special errand: a regular and quick conveyance: an express train on a railroad is called The Express; it usually carries passengers as well as express packages; there are also express freight trains for carrying perishable goods, and also time- contract imperishable goods; freight cars on such trains are now on many American railroads equipped with automatic air- brakes and other appliances necessary for safety and speed.

part of speech: adjective


part of speech: noun

A person or vehicle that carries letters or small packages rapidly; a fast railway train, stopping only at principal stations; a regular method of conveyance for passengers, packages, mails, etc.

part of speech: adjective

Plain; clear; given in direct terms; sent on a particular errand; intended for a particular purpose; copied, or resembling- applied to painting, sculpture, & c.; employed as a direct and speedy conveyance; used adverbially, on purpose; for a particular end.

part of speech: verb transitive

To make known in any way, especially by language; utter; show; represent; squeeze out; to send by quick and direct conveyance.

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