dispatch

All Noun Verb
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  • His services during this time resulted in his name being twice mentioned in the dispatches.
  • By the end of the war he had been mentioned in dispatches four times.
  • This is where dispatch gives them a certain route to follow and will pay them for those.
  • He takes a great deal of pleasure in using his power to dispatch other humans.
  • A major part of the dispatches of the time have been written by him.
  • If they had dispatched the fleet to either of these countries then they may have met with more success.
  • However dispatches where lost with his retirement and the award was not received.
  • He finished his army career as a Captain and had twice been mentioned in dispatches.
  • Instead he worked as a dispatch driver between Paris and the front lines.
  • He showed his reply to his father-in-law before dispatching it. Cited from Pelle the Conqueror, by Martin Anderson Nexo
  • Another feature of the system was a digital clock on the dispatch board.
  • During this time period, he was mentioned in official reports and dispatches.
  • She also served as dispatch ship and supply vessel when military action eventually slowed down.
  • Each base station appears as a single channel on the dispatch center control console.
  • He was twice mentioned in dispatches for his work in the Middle East.
  • I had been up waiting for important dispatches from the front.
  • The regional dispatch operates for police, fire department and the regional medical care.
  • All air and surface units capable of rescue operations were dispatched to the scene at once.
  • They soon changed their name to Dispatch after a dispute with another band of the same name.
  • She also served as a transport and dispatch vessel when the occasion demanded.
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Meaning of dispatch

  • noun An official report (usually sent in haste)
  • noun The act of sending off something
  • noun The property of being prompt and efficient
    it was done with dispatch
  • noun Killing a person or animal
  • verb Send away towards a designated goal
  • verb Complete or carry out
    discharge one's duties
  • verb Dispose of rapidly and without delay and efficiently
    He dispatched the task he was assigned
  • verb Kill without delay
    the traitor was dispatched by the conspirators