express


express
I verb
Syn:
communicate, convey, indicate, show, demonstrate, reveal, put across/over, get across/over, articulate, put into words, voice, give voice to, state, air, give vent to
Phrases:
II adjective
Syn:
rapid, swift, fast, high-speed, non-stop, direct
Ant:
slow
III adjective
1)

it was his express wish

Syn:
explicit, clear, direct, plain, distinct, unambiguous, categorical
2)

his express purpose was to do aid work

Syn:
sole, specific, particular, special, specified
Ant:
vague, implied

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