• Definition for "expedite"
    • To accelerate the progress of; accelerate.
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expedite definition

  • verb-transitive:
    • To accelerate the progress of; accelerate.
    • To execute quickly and efficiently: ended up being reliable to expedite the directives regarding the board.
    • To issue formally; dispatch.
    • to ease of impediments; to facilitate; to speed up the method or development of; to hasten; to quicken.
    • To despatch; to deliver forth; to issue formally.
    • To increase the progress of; accelerate.
    • To execute quickly and efficiently: ended up being reliable to expedite the directives for the board.
    • To issue formally; dispatch.
    • to alleviate of impediments; to facilitate; to accelerate the method or development of; to accelerate; to quicken.
    • To despatch; to send forth; to issue formally.
  • verb:
    • To speed up the development of.
    • To perform (an activity) quickly and effectively.
    • procedure quickly and effectively
    • speed-up the development of; enhance
    • To accelerate the progress of.
    • To perform (a job) fast and efficiently.
    • process fast and effectively
    • speed-up the development of; enhance
  • adjective:
    • without impediment; unimpeded.
    • Expeditious; quick; quickly; prompt.
    • without any impediment; unimpeded.
    • Expeditious; quick; quickly; prompt.
  • others:
    • to get rid of impediments into activity or development of; speed up the motion or progress of; hasten; quicken: because, the overall sent purchases to expedite the march for the army; artificial temperature may expedite the growth of plants.
    • To despatch; deliver forth; issue officially.
    • Synonyms To speed, ahead, advance, press on, hit forward, encourage on, urge ahead, drive, push.
    • Cleared of impediments; unobstructed; unimpeded; unencumbered.
    • prepared; fast; expeditious.
    • to get rid of impediments towards movement or progress of; accelerate the movement or development of; hasten; quicken: since, the general sent sales to expedite the march associated with the military; artificial heat may expedite the growth of plants.
    • To despatch; deliver forth; problem officially.
    • Synonyms To speed, ahead, advance, hit on, hit ahead, encourage on, urge forward, drive, push.
    • Cleared of impediments; unobstructed; unimpeded; unencumbered.
    • Ready; quick; expeditious.
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