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English definition of “express”
/ɪkˈspres/ verb [T]
› to state an opinion or fact, or say how you feel about something: express doubts/reservations International observers had expressed growing doubts that the balloting would be fair. express appreciation/gratitude/satisfactionexpress interest He said that a Chinese technology company had expressed interest in acquiring an American manufacturer of disk drives.express concern Some board members expressed concern about the proposal.
› COMMUNICATIONS, TRANSPORT to send a package or letter somewhere by a method that is faster than usual: She says she expressed the documents yesterday.
› to show an amount or quantity in a particular way: express sth as sth Expense ratios are a mutual fund's cost of doing business and are expressed as a percentage of your assets in the plan.express sth in sth The rates of duty listed below are expressed in pounds sterling.