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express1 US English

Convey (a thought or feeling) in words or by gestures and conduct

express2 US English

Operating at high speed, in particular

express3 US English

Definitely stated, not merely implied

express1 US Thesaurus

community leaders expressed their anger

express2 US Thesaurus

an express bus

express3 US Thesaurus

an express reference to confidential matters

express lane US English

(On a highway) a lane for through traffic, having fewer exits

express lift US English

A fast-moving lift which does not stop at every floor

express rifle US English

A rifle that discharges a bullet at high speed and is used in big-game hunting

Pony Express US English

A system of mail delivery operating from 1860 to 1861 over a distance of 1,800 miles (2,900 km) between St. Joseph, Missouri, and Sacramento, California, using continuous relays of horse riders

Orient Express US English

A train that ran between Paris and Istanbul and other Balkan cities, via Vienna, from 1883 to 1961. Since 1961 the name has been used for various trains running in Europe, Asia, and Australia, some of which run over parts of the old route

express oneself in express1 US Thesaurus

he had difficulty expressing himself