- send off to a destination or for a purpose；deal with (a task or opponent) quickly and efficiently
- the sending of someone or something to a destination or for a purpose；promptness and efficiency
noun: dispatch, plural noun: dispatches
verb: dispatch, 3rd person present: dispatches, gerund or present participle: dispatching, past tense: dispatched, past participle: dispatched
- 1. send off to a destination or for a purpose:
he dispatched messages back to base
the government dispatched 150 police to restore order
- 2. deal with (a task or opponent) quickly and efficiently:
the Welsh team were dispatched comfortably by the opposition
- 3. kill:
he dispatched the animal with one blow
- 1. the sending of someone or something to a destination or for a purpose:
a resolution authorizing the dispatch of a peacekeeping force
- 2. promptness and efficiency:
the situation might change, so he should proceed with dispatch
- 3. an official report on state or military affairs:
in his battle dispatch he described the gunner's bravery
- 4. a report sent in from abroad by a journalist:
he conducted meetings for the correspondents and censored their dispatches
- 5. the killing of someone or something:
the executioner's merciful dispatch of his victims
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... will receive tracking information as soon as your box is dispatched. 當物品寄出後, 您將會收到我們所提供的追蹤訊息(可以追蹤物品動向). 希望...
外派的專用術語是:Dispatch所以"被外派到大陸工作"的英文是Dispatched to work in ...