express

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UK:*UK and possibly other pronunciationsUK and possibly other pronunciations/ɪkˈsprɛs/US:USA pronunciation: IPA and respellingUSA pronuncation: IPA/ɪkˈsprɛs/ ,USA pronunciation: respelling(ik spres)


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express

Most examples are given in US English. We have labeled exceptions as UK.
v
  1. express your [opinion, view, thoughts, feelings]
  2. [openly, freely, duly] expressed her [opinion]
  3. express [concern, worry] over
  4. [concerns, worries] have been expressed by [many, some]
  5. express your [gratitude, thankfulness] for
  6. express yourself (freely)
  7. [freedom, free] to express yourself
  8. words cannot express how [grateful, happy]
  9. expressed herself [eloquently, clearly]
  10. express a [package, delivery]
  11. express a quantity (as a percentage of another)
adj
  1. an express [bus, train, flight] (to)
  2. [use, take] the express [lane, route, way]
  3. with (an) express service to
  4. express [delivery, mail, setup, installation]
  5. [track, receive, send] an express package
  6. express (written) [command, authorization, permission, consent, terms] (to)
  7. an express reason for [being, managing, attending]
  8. it was her express [purpose, intention, intent] (not) to [get, have, be]
  9. came with the express [purpose] of
n
  1. am taking the express to [Chicago]
  2. took the express from [New York]
  3. am on the [5:00] express
  4. missed the express
  5. trying to catch the express
  6. the express [rattled, sped, hurtled] through the station
adv
  1. [travel, send, deliver] express
  2. send the [letter, package] express
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