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Noun
Promptness and efficiency
“He reached to his left shoulder, his head tilting slightly to communicate with dispatch and demand a rush on a bus.”
Noun
An official report on state or military affairs
“In a dispatch written after the battle, Claiborne praised his soldiers' performance in battle, even those officers who had petitioned him to abort his planned attack on the town.”
Noun
The sending of someone or something to a destination or for a purpose
“He still carries vivid memories of the bloodshed and terror of fighting in the cornfields of the French countryside - and the jubilation of his dispatch while lying in a hospital bed after being wounded.”
Noun
The killing of someone or something
“Where shotguns are used, particularly with gun packs, terriers are essential to ensure the dispatch of wounded foxes.”
Verb
Send off to a destination or for a purpose
“He is not allowed to dispatch any messages back to shore.”
Verb
Finish; consume
“When the green light is observed, you will be free to access your firearm and dispatch your opponent as required.”
Verb
To murder
“They may catch him and dispatch him immediately.”
Verb
To achieve a victory over
“… they dispatched the other team without breaking a sweat.”
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