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accelerate, accomplish, accomplished fact, accomplishment, account, achieve, achievement, acknowledgment, acquaintance, address, administration, advice, agility, air speed, air-express, airfreight, airmail, alacrity, annihilate, announcement, answer, assassinate, assassination, attain, attainment, bane, bereave of life, billet, blood, bloodletting, bloodshed, blue book, braining, briefing, briskness, bulletin, bump off, bundle, bury, business letter, bustle, carry away, carry off, carrying out, celerity, chit, chloroform, commission, communication, communique, compass, complete, completion, conclude, conduct, consign, consume, consummate, consummation, convey, cope with, crowd, cut down, cut off, data, datum, deal with, dealing death, decisiveness, deprive of life, destroy, destruction, destruction of life, devour, directory, discharge, disposal, dispose of, do, do away with, do for, do in, do the job, do the trick, do to death, document, down, drive on, drop a letter, eat up, effect, effectuate, effectuation, eliminate, embark, embassy, enact, enactment, end, enlightenment, epistle, erase, euthanasia, evidence, execute, execution, expedite, expedition, expeditiousness, export, express, exterminate, extermination, facts, factual information, fait accompli, familiarization, fastness, favor, fetch, finish, finish off, flight, flit, flow of blood, flurry, forward, freight, fruition, fulfill, fulfillment, gen, general information, get, get away with, get done, get down, get through, goodwill, gore, ground speed, guidebook, gun down, handle, handling, handout, hard information, haste, hasten, hasten on, hie on, hit, hurry, hurry along, hurry on, hurry up, hustle, hustle up, ice, immediacy, immediateness, immolate, immolation, implementation, incidental information, info, information, ingest, instantaneousness, instruction, intelligence, kill, killing, knock off, knots, knowledge, lapidation, launch into eternity, lay, letter, light, lightning speed, line, liquidate, lynch, mail, make, make away with, manage, management, martyr, martyrdom, martyrization, martyrize, mention, mercy killing, message, miles per hour, mission accomplished, missive, murder, news item, nimbleness, note, notice, notification, perform, performance, perpetration, piece, pneumatogram, poison, poisoning, polish off, post, precipitate, precipitation, presentation, press, produce, production, promotional material, promptitude, promptness, proof, publication, publicity, punctuality, punctualness, purge, push, push on, push through, put away, put down, put to death, put to sleep, quicken, quickness, railroad through, rapidity, readiness, realization, realize, release, remit, remove from life, reply, report, rescript, ritual killing, ritual murder, round pace, route, rpm, rub out, rush, rush along, rustle, sacrifice, send, send away, send forth, send off, sharpness, ship, shooting, sidelight, silence, slaughter, slay, slaying, smartness, snappiness, speed, speed along, speed up, speediness, spryness, spur, stampede, starve, statement, stoning, story, succeed, success, summariness, surround, swallow, swift rate, swiftness, take care of, take down, take in, take life, take off, taking of life, telegram, the dope, the goods, the know, the scoop, transact, transaction, transmission, transmit, tuck in, turn the trick, urge, velocity, waste, whip, whip along, white book, white paper, word, work, work out, zap

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  • Dispatch — Dis*patch , n. [Cf. OF. despeche, F. d[ e]p[^e]che. See {Dispatch}, v. t.] [Written also {despatch}.] 1. The act of sending a message or messenger in haste or on important business. [1913 Webster] 2. Any sending away; dismissal; riddance. [1913… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Dispatch — or dispatches may refer to: In literature Dispatches (book), a 1977 book by Michael Herr about the Vietnam War dispatches (magazine), a magazine edited by Gary Knight and Mort Rosenblum In radio and television Dispatches (radio program), a… …   Wikipedia

  • dispatch — [n1] speed in carrying out action alacrity, celerity, expedition, expeditiousness, haste, hurry, hustle, precipitateness, promptitude, promptness, quickness, rapidity, rustle, speediness, swiftness; concepts 755,818 Ant. retention, slowing… …   New thesaurus

  • Dispatch — Dis*patch (?; 224), v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Dispatched}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Dispatching}.] [OF. despeechier, F. d[ e]p[^e]cher; prob. from pref. des (L. dis ) + (assumed) LL. pedicare to place obstacles in the way, fr. L. pedica fetter, fr. pes, pedis …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • dispatch — I (act of putting to death) noun act of killing, act of slaying, assassination, bloodshed, death by violence, deathblow, destruction, disposal, doing away with, execution, extermination, homicide, killing, liquidation, massacre, murder II… …   Law dictionary

  • dispatch — (v.) 1510s, to send off in a hurry, from a word in Spanish (despachar expedite, hasten ) or Italian (dispacciare to dispatch ). For first element, see DIS (Cf. dis ). The exact source of the second element has been proposed as V.L. *pactare to… …   Etymology dictionary

  • dispatch — vb 1 *send, forward, transmit, remit, route, ship Analogous words: hasten, quicken, *speed 2 *kill, slay, murder, assassinate, execute dispatch n 1 speed, expedition, * …   New Dictionary of Synonyms

  • dispatch — (also despatch) ► VERB 1) send off to a destination or for a purpose. 2) deal with (a task or problem) quickly and efficiently. 3) kill. ► NOUN 1) the action or an instance of dispatching. 2) an official report on the latest situation in state or …   English terms dictionary

  • Dispatch — Dis*patch , v. i. To make haste; to conclude an affair; to finish a matter of business. [1913 Webster] They have dispatched with Pompey. Shak. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

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