Word of the day:Expedite

Posted on 07-Apr-2017


Expedite : It is a verb, it is made of root word ex and pedis. ex means out or free and pedis means fetter - a chain used to restrain presioner , placed in ankle. Litteral meaning of expedite is free the feet from fetter.

Meaning : To speed up the pocess or action to make things done quickly without any hustle. to complete a task on fast track.

Synonym: To accelerate, stimulate , hurry , quicken, advance.

Example :

  1. Today India and Britain decide to expedite the requests for Vijay Malaya extradition.
  2. The Chief minister K Chandrasekhar Rao requested union minister to expedite funds approval for power projects and distribution network in the state.
  3. Expedite delivery means fast delivery in 1-2 days

 

 


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