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    dispatch - Dictionary definition and meaning for word dispatch

    Definition
    (noun) an official report (usually sent in haste)
    Synonyms : communique , despatch
    Definition
    (noun) the act of sending off something
    Synonyms : despatch , shipment
    Definition
    (noun) the property of being prompt and efficient
    Example Sentence
    • it was done with dispatch
    Definition
    (noun) killing a person or animal
    Synonyms : despatch
    Definition
    (verb) send away towards a designated goal
    Synonyms : despatch , send off
    Definition
    (verb) complete or carry out
    Synonyms : complete , discharge
    Example Sentence
    • discharge one's duties
    Definition
    (verb) kill intentionally and with premeditation
    Synonyms : bump off , hit , murder , off , polish off , remove , slay
    Example Sentence
    • The mafia boss ordered his enemies murdered
    Definition
    (verb) dispose of rapidly and without delay and efficiently
    Example Sentence
    • He dispatched the task he was assigned
    Definition
    (verb) kill without delay
    Example Sentence
    • the traitor was dispatched by the conspirators
   Mnemonics (Memory Aids) for dispatch

dis + patch...patch means spotted...something that is not spotted and smooth is fluency...so speediness

dis+patch(path)....path means road....so wt we do on road speeding....(speed yar)....cool

dispatch = [DIS]tribute + [FAST]ly

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just change 'i' to 'e'. when we 'despatch' something by speedpost, it will be delivered 'Very FAST'

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