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  • 61Express... — Ex|press... <über engl. express »eilig«, eigtl. »ausdrücklich«, aus lat. expressus, vgl. ↑express> Wortbildungselement mit der Bedeutung »eilig, schnell«, z. B. Expressgut …

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  • 62express — I. v. a. 1. Squeeze out, press out. 2. Utter, speak, declare, assert, set forth, give vent to, give utterance to. 3. Represent, indicate, show, signify, exhibit, denote, intimate. 4. Send by express, send express. II. a. 1. Explicit, clear, plain …

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  • 63express — I verb 1) community leaders expressed their anger Syn: communicate, convey, indicate, show, demonstrate, reveal, make manifest, put across/over, get across/over; articulate, put into words, utter, voice, give voice to; state, assert …

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  • 64express — v 1. verbalize, put into words, word, say, utter, voice, give voice to, breathe, give vent to, enunciate, come out with, blurt out; announce, proclaim, declare, herald, pronounce, set forth, put forth; communicate, inform, tell, speak, give word …

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  • 65express — /ɪk spres/ adjective 1. rapid or very fast ● an express letter 2. clearly shown in words ● The contract has an express condition forbidding sale in Africa. ■ verb 1. to put into words or diagrams ● This chart shows home sales expressed as a… …

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  • 66express — [14] Something that is expressed is literally ‘pressed out’. The word comes via Old French from Vulgar Latin *expressāre, a compound verb formed from the prefix ex ‘out’ and pressāre ‘press’. Its meaning developed metaphorically from ‘press out’… …

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  • 67express — ex|prẹss 〈Adj.〉 eilig, mit Eilpost; eine Ware, Postsendung express schicken [Etym.: <lat. expresse »ausdrücklich«; zu exprimere »ausdrücken«; Expressbote »Extrabote« wird »Eilbote«, daher die Bedeutung »eilig«] …

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  • 68Express — Ex|press der; es, e Kurzw. für Expresszug aus gleichbed. engl. express (train), eigtl. »Zug mit genau festgelegtem Fahrplan«, zu lat. expressus »ausdrücklich«> Schnellzug …

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  • 69express — expreso, express → exprés …

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  • 70express — /ɪk spres/ adjective rapid or very fast ● an express letter ■ verb to send something very fast ● We expressed the order to the customer’s warehouse …

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  • 71EXPRESS — Informations Beschreibungssprache für produktdefinierende Daten …

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  • 72Express — Ex·prẹss der; es; nur Sg ≈ Schnellzug || K: Intercityexpress, Stadtexpress …

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  • 73express — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) v. t. squeeze, press out, exude; represent, symbolize, show, reveal, denote, signify, delineate, depict; state, tell, frame, enunciate, expound, couch, utter, voice, communicate, speak; ship. See meaning …

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  • 74EXPRESS — (Roget s Thesaurus II) Index noun expression, face, frown, gesture, glare, smile, smirk, sneer adjective expressive verb …

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  • 75EXPRESS — Informations Beschreibungssprache für produktdefinierende Daten …

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  • 76EXPRESS — Expedited Processing of Experiments to Space Station Contributor: LaRC …

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  • 77express — ex·press || ɪk spres n. system for prompt transportation of people or parcels; dispatch conveyed by special messenger; messenger sent on special errand (British) v. declare, say; send quickly; squeeze, extract adj. explicit, clear; exact,… …

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  • 78express — expree …

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  • 79express — ex·press …

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  • 80express — I s ( en, er) snabbtåg II adv …

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