Synonyms of 'dispatch'
in the sense of exterminate
to destroy a group or type of people, animals, or plants completelyA huge effort was made to exterminate the rats.
in the sense of finish
to be at or come to the endHe was cheered when he finished his speech.
in the sense of forward
to send (a letter, etc.) on to an ultimate destinationThe document was forwarded to the President.
in the sense of fulfil
to carry out (a request or order)He is too ill to fulfil his duties.
in the sense of haste
speed, esp. in an actionAuthorities appear to be moving with haste against the three dissidents.
in the sense of item
a piece of informationThere was an item in the paper about him.
in the sense of letter
a written or printed message, usually enclosed in an envelope and sent by postI had received a letter from a very close friend.
in the sense of liquidate
to eliminate or killThey have not hesitated in the past to liquidate their rivals.
in the sense of missive
a formal or official letterthe customary missive from your mother
in the sense of murder
to kill someone intentionally and unlawfullya thriller about two men who murder a third
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