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expressed
English - Vietnamese Dictionary
express /iks'pres/
  • danh từ
    • người đưa thư hoả tốc, công văn hoả tốc
    • xe lửa tốc hành, xe nhanh
    • (từ Mỹ,nghĩa Mỹ) hàng gửi xe lửa tốc hành; tiền gửi hoả tốc
    • hãng (vận tải) tốc hành
    • súng bắn nhanh
    • tính từ
      • nói rõ, rõ ràng
        • an express order: mệnh lệnh rõ ràng
      • như hệt, như in, như tạc
        • an express likeness: sự giống như hệt
      • nhằm mục đích đặc biệt, nhằm mục đích riêng biệt
        • his express reason for going...: lý do đặc biệt để đi... của anh ta
      • nhanh, hoả tốc, tốc hành
        • an express rife: súng bắn nhanh
        • an express bullet: đạn cho súng bắn nhanh
        • an express train: xe lửa tốc hành
    • phó từ
      • hoả tốc, tốc hành
      • ngoại động từ
        • vắt, ép, bóp (quả chanh...)
        • biểu lộ, bày tỏ (tình cảm...); phát biểu ý kiên
          • to express oneself: diễn đạt, phát biểu ý kiến (về một vấn đề gì...)
          • his face expressed sorrow: nét mặt anh ta biểu lộ sự đau buồn
        • (toán học) biểu diễn
        • (từ Mỹ,nghĩa Mỹ) gửi hoả tốc
      Concise Dictionary
      expresses|expressed|expressingɪk'spres
      noun
      +rapid transport of goods
      +mail that is distributed by a rapid and efficient system
      +public transport consisting of a fast train or bus that makes only a few scheduled stops
      verb
      +give expression to
      +articulate; either verbally or with a cry, shout, or noise
      +indicate through a symbol, formula, etc.
      +serve as a means for expressing something
      +manifest the effects of (a gene or genetic trait)
      +obtain from a substance, as by mechanical action
      +send by rapid transport or special messenger service
      adj.
      +not tacit or implied
      +without unnecessary stops
      adv.
      +by express
      Thesaurus Dictionary
      v.
      1 articulate, verbalize, phrase, utter, voice, state, word, put (into words), set or put forth, put or get across, communicate, depict, portray; say, speak, tell:
      She expressed her thoughts on the subject very clearly.
      2 show, indicate, demonstrate, manifest, exhibit, evince, evidence, reveal, expose, disclose, divulge, make known, intimate, betoken, signify, embody, depict, designate, denote, convey:
      His tone of voice expressed his resentment.
      3 symbolize, represent, signify, stand for, denote, designate:
      The ratio can be expressed in the form of a fraction.
      4 press or squeeze or wring or force out, expel, extract:
      The oil is expressed from ripe olives.
      adj.
      5 explicit, clear, plain, unambiguous, unmistakable, unqualified, outright, definite, out-and-out, downright, straightforward, categorical, direct, specific, well-defined, distinct, precise, accurate, exact, positive:
      We had an express understanding not to enter into competition with one another.
      6 specific, special, particular, clear-cut; true:
      Our express purpose in coming was to see you.
      7 quick, speedy, swift, fast, rapid, prompt, immediate; direct, non-stop:
      The documents must be sent by express delivery.


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