Synonyms of 'dispatch'
in the sense of news
information about such events, reported in the mass mediaThey still haven't had any news about the survivors.
gen (British, informal),
scuttlebutt (US, slang)
in the sense of perform
to carry out (an action)people who have performed outstanding acts of bravery
in the sense of piece
There was a piece about him on television.
in the sense of promptness
the company's promptness in settling its debts
in the sense of rapidity
the rapidity with which the weather can change
in the sense of remit
to send (money) for goods or servicesMany immigrants regularly remit money to their families.
in the sense of report
an account prepared after investigation and published or broadcastPress reports vary dramatically.
in the sense of settle
an act of settlingAs far as I'm concerned, the matter was settled yesterday.
in the sense of slaughter
to kill brutallyThirty-four people were slaughtered while queueing up to cast their votes.
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