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Translation of "express" - English-Spanish dictionary

express

verb /ikˈspres/
to put into words expresar He expressed his ideas very clearly. (with oneselfetc) to put one’s own thoughts into words expresarse You haven’t expressed yourself clearly. to show (thoughts, feelings etc ) by looks, actions etc expresar She nodded to express her agreement. to send by fast (postal) delivery enviar por correo urgente Will you express this letter, please? expressly adverb in clear, definite words expresamente I expressly forbade you to do that. expression /-ʃən/ noun a look on one’s face that shows one’s feelings expresión He always has a bored expression on his face. a word or phrase expresión ’Dough’ is a slang expression for ’money’. (a) showing of thoughts or feelings by words, actions etc expresión This poem is an expression of his grief. the showing of feeling when eg reciting, reading aloud or playing a musical instrument expresión Put more expression into your playing! expressionless adjective (of a face or voice) showing no feeling sin expresión He spoke in a cold, expressionless tone. expressive /-siv/ adjective showing meaning or feeling clearly expresivo She has an expressive look on her face. expressiveness noun expresividad expressively adverb expresivamente expressway noun (American ) a divided highway; motorway (British). autopista
(Definition of express from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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