Alternative type of dispatch. (see in addition Wikipedia's Mentioned in Despatches)
A sending down or away; a prompt or regular beginning or transmission, at the time of some one on an errand or a commission, or of a ship, cargo, etc., on its recommended training course or toward its destination: as, the despatch regarding the mails; the despatch of troops on front side.
A sending away or getting rid of one thing; a putting straightened out, or a doing away with; riddance; dismissal.
Prompt or expeditious performance; full or regular execution or deal; the work of taking to a conclusion.
Speed; haste; journey; research: since, repairing through with neatness and despatch; get, but make despatch.
A written message sent or to be sent with expedition: as, a telegraphic despatch.
the official page relating to community affairs, because from a minister to an ambassador or a commander, or from latter into former, often conveyed by a unique messenger or bearer of despatches.
A conveyance or a business for expeditious transmission of product, cash, etc.: as, the Merchants' Despatch; it had been delivered by despatch.
to provide; rid; no-cost; disentangle; release: often reflexive.
To deliver to a destination; cause to start for or go to an appointed destination; placed under way: frequently implying immediate relevance or haste on cause, or promptness and regularity regarding time: since, to despatch a messenger or a letter asking for help; to despatch an envoy to a foreign judge; to despatch a ship.
To transact or get rid of speedily or with promptness; focus on; provide a conclusion; accomplish: because, to despatch business.
to complete or make a finish of by immediately putting to death; destroy.
Synonyms To accelerate down.
to create brief work of, dump (quickly).
Slay, Murder, etc. See kill.
going expeditiously; be quick.
to summarize or get rid of an affair or matter; make a finish.