express

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  • He also wrote articles published more widely expressing his views on the conflict.
  • Expressed in other way, they would both see the other's clock run at their own clock speed.
  • For example, music's capacity to express emotion has been a central issue.
  • This decomposition works the same no matter what base the number is expressed in.
  • Independent media are active and express a variety of views.
  • He express'd a great desire for good, strong green tea. Cited from Complete Prose Works, by Walt Whitman
  • You might send to meet the nine o'clock express. Cited from A Crooked Path, by Mrs. Alexander
  • It is more similar in characteristics to an express bus route than the traditional limited stop route.
  • These were expressed in the three colors of the former national flag.
  • They used most of the York Express route through northern Canada.
  • What can be expressed is that any definable set of natural numbers has this property.
  • Various film historians have expressed a range of views about these titles.
  • She thought he should resign, and expressed this to her husband although he did not share her view.
  • We may for example be only expressing our emotional feelings about these things.
  • Many in the audience expressed wonder at how a normal man could move over the ice in such a manner.
  • Such ideas are sometimes expressed around concepts of a world government.
  • She expresses her desire to get away from the farm life and see distant lands.
  • I am delighted that he chose a song of mine to express these feelings.
  • While there, he expressed a desire to see an American prairie before returning east.
  • The system cannot be expressed as a direct product of quantum states that make up the system.
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Meaning of express

  • noun Mail that is distributed by a rapid and efficient system
  • noun Public transport consisting of a fast train or bus that makes only a few scheduled stops
    he caught the express to New York
  • noun Rapid transport of goods
  • verb Give expression to
    She showed her disappointment
  • verb Articulate; either verbally or with a cry, shout, or noise
    She expressed her anger, He uttered a curse
  • verb Indicate through a symbol, formula, etc.
    Can you express this distance in kilometers?
  • verb Manifest the effects of (a gene or genetic trait)
    Many of the laboratory animals express the trait
  • verb Send by rapid transport or special messenger service
    She expressed the letter to Florida
  • adverb By express
    please send the letter express