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Verb
Supplies or distributes for use
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To send a message, person or object to a given place or location
“We guarantee that we will dispatch the parcel to you within two or three days.”
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To spread or transfer from one person to another
“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
“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
“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
“Mobster Jimmy Serrano would regret hiring a couple of bumbling clowns to dispatch his former accountant.”
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To be victorious over
“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
“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.”
Noun
Plural for the state or characteristic of being prompt and efficient
“The urgency of the problem requires Congress to act and act with dispatch.”
Noun
Plural for an official report, especially on state or military affairs
“In a dispatch written after the battle, Claiborne praised his soldiers' performance in battle.”
Noun
Plural for 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.”
Noun
Plural for the communication of a message or information
“Broadcasting will have a greater need for mobility and production tools that will assist in the dispatch of information to the public.”
Noun
Plural for the act of killing or putting an end to someone, something, or a creature
“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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