- It was no different from the several trekking expeditions I had undertaken in the hills.
- The letter sent to the school by Scott detailed the expedition and what the explorer hoped to achieve on his voyage.
- The expedition's purpose is to carry out an archaeological survey of the wreck and take video footage.
- This expedition spent 13 months exploring the surrounding reefs of Low Isles.
- This was a pity, not least because the main part of the expedition had already started exploring new caves in that area!
- As I said, the group is a scouting expedition exploring what may be possible.
- Look out for satellites with all possible expedition.
- You heard what I said in relation to the possible expedition of the hearing of the application for special leave.
- I intend to conduct the inquiry with expedition and to report as soon as possible.
Late Middle English: via Old French from Latin expeditio(n-), from expedire 'extricate' (see expedite). Early senses included 'prompt supply of something' and 'setting out with aggressive intent' The notions of 'speed' and 'purpose' are retained in current senses. sense 1 dates from the late 16th century.
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