expédier -> send, dispatch, convey, transmit

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expédier -> send, dispatch, convey, transmit

expédier, verbe transitif

Anglais send, dispatch. convey, transmit

- exécuter, accomplir, traiter rapidement (une opération, une affaire)
- se débarrasser hâtivement, avec désinvolture (de quelque chose ou de quelqu'un)
- dresser et délivrer une copie de la minute d'un acte, d'un jugement
- acheminer, faire partir (vers une certaine destination).
- envoyer. […]
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Conjugaison du verbe expédier (verbe du 1er groupe)


(transitive verb)
to:
- cause to go or be carried; dispatch, convey, or transmit
- dispatch, convey, or transmit (a letter, message, etc.) by mail, radio, etc.
- ask, direct, or command to go send the boy home
- arrange for the going of; enable to go or attend to send one's son to college
- cause or force to move, as by releasing, hitting, discharging, throwing, etc. he sent the ball over the fence
- bring or drive into some state or condition sent him to his ruin
- cause to happen, come, etc.; give a misfortune sent by the gods
- make very excited or exhilarated; thrill (slang)

(intransitive verb)
 to:
- send a message, messenger, emissary, etc. to send for help
- transmit, as by radio[...]
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