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expedite

Pronunciation: /ˈekspədaɪt/

Translation of expedite in Spanish:

transitive verb/verbo transitivo

  • [formal] [process/action/delivery] acelerar
    Example sentences
    • In turn, this should improve the success rate for new styles and expedite the product development process.
    • From extracting gold powder from riverbeds by using mercury to the open-pit mining, man has come long way in refining and expediting the process of extraction.
    • Apart from expediting the corporatisation process in the film industry, it needs to nurture a habit of ploughing back earnings, he said.

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