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To send a message, person or object to a given place or location
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“We guarantee that we will dispatch the parcel to you within two or three days.”
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To pass or communicate information or a message to someone
“The German agent, however, had already managed to dispatch this information to Bushire and Busrah immediately after the arrival of the transports.”
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To deal with (a task or opponent) quickly and efficiently
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“When the running task blocks itself or is preempted, the scheduler will dispatch the task at the head of the ready queue with the highest active priority.”
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To move or proceed quickly
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“If he got wind that a neighbor's toilet was leaking or a shower needed grouting, he would dispatch himself to the scene.”
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To kill off or put an end to someone or something
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“Mobster Jimmy Serrano would regret hiring a couple of bumbling clowns to dispatch his former accountant.”
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To be victorious over
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“He had been to the plains this weekend to watch his favorite team dispatch their opponent in overwhelming fashion.”
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(somewhat rare) To consume or eat, especially quickly or greedily
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“When he wished to dine, he purchased a penny loaf at the nearest baker's shop, and if the day was fair, he would dispatch his meal on a walk to the Meadow.”
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To destroy or disrupt by means of sabotage
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To direct or guide along a pathway
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To move or proceed onward
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(of a resource) To consume or get through the final amount or portion of
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To send through the air, especially with force
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To send away or order to leave
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To deploy again
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To throw away (something unwanted or useless)
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To hasten the speed or progress of
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Pack someone off
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To pledge, give or set aside (resources) to another or for future use
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To supply or distribute for use
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To succeed, survive, or manage, at least at a minimal level
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To masticate (food, or the cud)
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To stimulate or become stimulated
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To apply external pressure on so as to force out the (liquid) contents of
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The state or characteristic of being prompt and efficient
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“The urgency of the problem requires Congress to act and act with dispatch.”
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An official report, especially on state or military affairs
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“In a dispatch written after the battle, Claiborne praised his soldiers' performance in battle.”
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The sending of an object, person or message to a destination or location
“Upon dispatch of your parcel, you will receive a text message notification prompting you to choose from two delivery dates and a three-hour window.”
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The communication of a message or information
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“Broadcasting will have a greater need for mobility and production tools that will assist in the dispatch of information to the public.”
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The act of killing or putting an end to someone, something, or a creature
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“As soon as hounds do get close to a glycogen depleted deer, it is very unlikely to escape and its dispatch is generally prompt.”
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(mass noun) The execution or accomplishment of a task or series of tasks
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A case used for carrying documents, especially for business
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A formal or explicit statement or announcement
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The fervor or tireless devotion for a person, cause, or ideal and determination in its furtherance
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The condition of being informal
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The action or process of completing or finishing something
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Remittance or discharge
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The act or condition of increasing in speed or rate
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