Express - definition, pronunciation, transcription
- public transport consisting of a fast train or bus that makes only a few scheduled stops (syn: limited)
- articulate; either verbally or with a cry, shout, or noise (syn: utter, verbalize)
- indicate through a symbol, formula, etc. (syn: state)
an express shipment
...a trip to the supermarket with the express purpose of buying milk...
They sent the package express.
He sent the package to us by express.
He takes the express to work.
He expressed an interest in meeting her.
She expressed surprise at his rude behavior.
The results can be expressed as a percentage.
The length, expressed in centimeters, is 29.
They expressed the package to us.
He expressed his sympathy to the bereaved family.
He expressed himself easily in French.
Children may find it easier to express themselves in a letter than in a formal essay.
We can express that equation like that...
It is expressed as a percentage.
He had boarded an express for Rome.
present participle: expressing
past tense: expressed
past participle: expressed
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