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express

verb [T]
 
 
/ɪkˈspres/
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.
(Definition of express verb from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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