1 send off or away or out, send on one's way:
We dispatched a messenger with the parcel.
2 send, mail, post, transmit, forward, ship, express, remit, convey, Chiefly US and Canadian freight:
Please dispatch this letter as quickly as possible.
3 kill, murder, slay, dispose of, put to death, execute, do away with, do in, assassinate,- liquidate, finish (off), put an end to, put away (for good), Slang polish off, bump off, eliminate, gun down, silence, get, erase, rub out, knock off, bury, US ice, hit, take for a ride, waste, zap:
The gang soon dispatched all their rivals.
4 hasten, hurry, speed up, accelerate, get done, accomplish, get through, conclude, finish off, complete, execute, do:
The task was dispatched in just two days.
5 haste, speed, promptness, quickness, expedition, expeditiousness, celerity, alacrity, swiftness, hurry, rapidity:
She concluded the interview with dispatch and sent me away.
6 communiqué, report, bulletin, story, news (item), communication, message, piece: document, instruction, missive:
Here is a dispatch from our correspondent on Pitcairn Island.
7 execution, killing, murder, disposal, assassination, dispatching, slaying:
The dispatch of the consul left us without a representative.