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dispatch
dɪ'spætʃ
Main
English Definition
(名) As a noun
  1. The act of sending off something.
  2. Killing a person or animal.
  3. The property of being prompt and efficient.
  4. An official report (usually sent in haste).
(动) As a verb
  1. Kill without delay.
  2. Send away towards a designated goal.
  3. Dispose of rapidly and without delay and efficiently.
  4. Kill intentionally and with premeditation.
  5. Complete or carry out.
Hyphenationdis•patch
Part of Speech(及物的动) transitive verb, (名) noun
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派遣pàiqiǎnto send (on a mission); to dispatch
发送fāsòngto transmit; to dispatch; to issue (an official document or credential)
急件jíjiànurgent-mail
电讯diànxùntelecommunications; telecom
寄发jìfāto dispatch; to send out (mail)
寄销jìxiāoto dispatch; consigned (goods)
差派chāipàito dispatch
dispatch; order
派驻pàizhùto dispatch (somebody) in an official capacity; to be posted (as an ambassador, foreign correspondent etc)
发货fāhuòto dispatch; to send out goods
调赴diàofùto dispatch (troops to the front)
调遣diàoqiǎnto dispatch; to assign; a dispatch
qiǎnto dispatch; to send; to dispel
派发pàifādispatch
调度diàodùto dispatch (vehicles, staff etc); to schedule; to manage; dispatcher; scheduler
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