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dispatch

US [dɪˈspætʃ]
UK [dɪ'spætʃ]
  • n.派遣;发送;电讯;快信
  • v.派遣;派出;发出;调遣
  • Web分派;调度;急件
Plural Form:dispatches  Present Participle:dispatching  Past Tense:dispatched  
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v.
1.
~ sb/sth (to…)
派遣;调遣;派出to send sb/sth somewhere, especially for a special purpose
Troops have been dispatched to the area.
部队已派往那个地区。
A courier was dispatched to collect the documents.
已派人去取文件。
2.
~ sth (to sb/sth)
发出,发送(邮件、包裹、信息)to send a letter, package or message somewhere
Goods are dispatched within 24 hours of your order reaching us.
订单到达我方 24 小时内发货。
3.
~ sb/sth
迅速处理;迅速办妥;迅速完成to deal or finish with sb/sth quickly and completely
He dispatched the younger player in straight sets.
他连续几盘迅速击败了那位比他年轻的选手。
4.
~ sb/sth
杀死;处决to kill a person or an animal
n.
1.
[u]
派遣;调遣;发送the act of sending sb/sth somewhere
More food supplies are ready for immediate dispatch.
更多的食品供应已备妥即刻发运。
2.
[c]
(军事人员或政府官员之间的)急件,快信a message or report sent quickly from one military officer to another or between government officials
3.
[c]
(驻外国记者发给报刊的)新闻报道,电讯a report sent to a newspaper by a journalist who is working in a foreign country
dispatches from the war zone
从战区发来的报道
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with dispatch
迅速而有效quickly and efficiently

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