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Express — synonyms, express antonyms, definition

1. express (a)

39 synonyms
accelerated categorical clear close considered decided definite deliberate direct distinct emphatic especial exact explicit fair faithful formal guaranteed lively lucid • • •

2. express (Noun)

6 synonyms
bearer dispatcher express mail expressage limited runner
1 antonym
3 definitions

express (Noun) — Mail that is distributed by a rapid and efficient system.

express (Noun) — Public transport consisting of a fast train or bus that makes only a few scheduled stops. ex. "he caught the express to New York"

express (Noun) — Rapid transport of goods.

5 types of
mail public transport shipping transport transportation
1 type
pony express

3. express (Verb)

99 synonyms
advance advise advocate affirm air allege announce articulate assert asseverate betoken betray carry claim communicate convey couch declare deliver demonstrate • • •
7 definitions

express (Verb) — Give expression to. ex. "She expressed her disappointment"

express (Verb) — Articulate; either verbally or with a cry, shout, or noise. ex. "She expressed her anger"

express (Verb) — Serve as a means for expressing something. ex. "The painting of Mary expresses motherly love"

express (Verb) — Indicate through a symbol, formula, etc.. ex. "Can you express this distance in kilometres?"

express (Verb) — Manifest the effects of (a gene or genetic trait). ex. "Many of the laboratory animals express the trait"

express (Verb) — Obtain from a substance, as by mechanical action. ex. "Italians express coffee rather than filter it"

express (Verb) — Send by rapid transport or special messenger service. ex. "She expressed the letter to Florida"

15 types of
acquire actualise actualize communicate convey denote get intercommunicate mail post realise realize refer send substantiate
65 types
accent accentuate articulate beam blaspheme breathe burst out call out clamor clamour connote cry cry out curse cuss drop eff eff and blind emphasise emphasize • • •

4. express (Adjective)

2 definitions

express (Adjective) — Not tacit or implied. ex. "her express wish"

express (Adjective) — Without unnecessary stops. ex. "an express train" ex. "an express shipment"

5. express (Adverb)

1 definition

express (Adverb) — By express. ex. "please send the letter express"