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express

noun
 
 
/ɪkˈspres/
[C] TRANSPORT a fast train or bus that does not stop often: The express skips stops to make the trip faster.
[U] COMMUNICATIONS, TRANSPORT a service that sends packages and letters faster than is possible with the usual method: The package should arrive by express today.
Translations of “express”
in Vietnamese chuyển phát nhanh…
in Spanish urgente, rápido…
in Thai บริษัทที่ส่งของด่วน…
in Malaysian perkhidmatan ekspres…
in French (par) exprès…
in German der Eilbote…
in Chinese (Traditional) 快車, 快遞服務…
in Indonesian ekspres…
in Russian скорый поезд…
in Turkish hızlı/ekspres tren…
in Chinese (Simplified) 快车, 快递服务…
in Polish ekspres…
(Definition of express noun from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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