express

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  • To set forth in words; state.
  • To manifest or communicate, as by a gesture; show: <i>synonym</i>: <strong> voice</strong>.
  • To make known the feelings or opinions of (oneself), as by statement or art.
  • To convey or suggest a representation of; depict.
  • To represent by a sign, symbol, number, or formula.
  • To squeeze or press out, as juice from an orange.
  • To send by special messenger or rapid transport.
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  • To synthesize (a product, especially a protein) encoded by a gene.
  • To manifest the effects of (a gene).
  • To manifest (a genetic trait).
  • Definitely and explicitly stated: <i>synonym</i>: <strong> explicit</strong>.
  • Particular; specific.
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  • Rapid and having few or no stops or interruptions.
  • Of, relating to, or appropriate for rapid travel.
  • Designed for use in an express rifle.
  • By express delivery or transport.
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  • A rapid, efficient system for the delivery of goods and mail.
  • Goods and mail conveyed by such a system.
  • A means of transport, such as a train, that travels rapidly and makes few or no stops before its destination.
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  • A special messenger.
  • A message delivered by special courier.
  • To press or squeeze out; force out by pressure: as, to <internalXref urlencoded="express">express</internalXref> the juice of grapes or of apples.
  • To extort; elicit.
  • To manifest or exhibit by speech, appearance, or action; make known in any way, but especially by spoken or written words.
  • Reflexively, to utter one's thoughts; make known one's opinions or feelings: as, to <internalXref urlencoded="express%20one%27s%20self">express one's self</internalXref> properly.
  • To manifest in semblance; constitute a copy or resemblance of; be like; resemble.
  • To represent or show by imitation or the imitative arts; form a likeness of, as in painting or sculpture.
  • To denote; designate.
  • To send express; despatch by express; forward by special opportunity or through the medium of an express: as, to <internalXref urlencoded="express">express</internalXref> a letter, a package, or merchandise.
  • In <em>mathematics</em>, to give or represent by means of a figure, graph, symbol, or function.
  • Expressly; distinctly; plainly.
  • Specially; for a particular purpose.
  • As an express—that is, with special swiftness or expedition; post-haste; post: as, to travel <em>express.</em>
  • Clearly made known; distinctly expressed or indicated; unambiguous; explicit; direct; plain: as, <em>express</em> terms; an <em>express</em> interference.
  • Distinctly like; closely representative; bearing an exact resemblance.
  • Distinctly adapted or suitable; particular; exact; precise: as, he made <em>express</em> provision for my comfort.
  • Special; used or employed for a particular purpose; specially quick or direct: as, <em>express</em> haste; an <em>express</em> messenger.
  • A clear or distinct declaration, expression, or manifestation.
  • A particular or special message or despatch sent by a messenger.
  • A messenger sent on a particular errand or occasion; usually, a courier sent to communicate information of an important event, or to deliver important despatches.
  • Any regular provision made for the speedy transmission of messages, parcels, commissions, and the like; a vehicle or other conveyance sent on a special message; specifically, an organization of means for safe and speedy transmission of merchandise, etc., or a railway passenger-train which travels at a specially high rate of speed, stopping only at principal stations: as, the American and European <em>Express;</em> to travel by <em>express.</em>
  • The name of a modern sporting-rifle, a modification of the Winchester model of 1876.
  • A clear image or representation; an expression; a plain declaration.
  • A messenger sent on a special errand; a courier; hence, a regular and fast conveyance; commonly, a company or system for the prompt and safe transportation of merchandise or parcels.
  • An express office.
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