Definition of 'express'
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It is a totally brilliant way of expressing yourself. Times, Sunday Times (2016)The doctors at least would soon find out and they would express their disapproval. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Some users also expressed their disquiet at the changes on social media. Times, Sunday Times (2016)One in three councils has expressed an interest to work with us so far. Times, Sunday Times (2017)Local residents expressed anger at the signs. Times, Sunday Times (2016)You may find comfort expressing your feelings in a tangible or creative way. Times, Sunday Times (2016)You need to both express your feelings clearly. The Sun (2016)Yet after the incident, nobody took me to one side to express any sympathy. The Sun (2016)But when it hit me, it was like an express train. Times, Sunday Times (2016)People all over the country took to wearing pink, an auspicious colour, to express hope for his recovery. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Couples frequently express some anxiety about the length of time. Christianity Today (2000)What a strange way of expressing democracy. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Trips by express bus and boat are also part of the itinerary. Times, Sunday Times (2007)You can go out and express yourself. Times, Sunday Times (2015)This occurs when a person says one thing but expresses the contrary through body language. POSITIVE THINKING: Everything you have always known about positive thinking but were afraid to put into practice (2001)He also expressed his love for his family. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Ask them to express their wishes directly. The Sun (2016)There is no evidence to suggest that either expressing or suppressing anger is better. Coping with Angina (1990)You may think a text is too flattering but the feelings expressed are genuine. The Sun (2016)She expressed hope that other companies would be inspired to follow its lead. Times, Sunday Times (2008)These are all crude little ways to express ourselves in the busy modern world. The Sun (2012)We will try and give him the freedom to go and express himself. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Other voices in the dugout expressed disapproval. Times, Sunday Times (2015)How many times does one hear adults express a regret that they cannot speak a foreign language? Times, Sunday Times (2010)It is understood that a number of foundations previously involved with social investment projects have expressed an interest in taking part. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Spring arriving like an express train. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Six bidders initially expressed an interest. Times, Sunday Times (2008)That for 4.49 you can get express delivery? Times, Sunday Times (2014)Other typical key points are qualifications and experience, as long as these can be expressed clearly. Personnel Management: A New Approach (1991)If dissatisfied return unused within 7 days for a full refund minus postage and express delivery charges. Times, Sunday Times (2008)The Prime Minister expressed anger at what had happened. Times, Sunday Times (2009)
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Translations for 'express'
British English: express /ɪkˈsprɛs/ VERB
When you express an idea or feeling, you show what you think or feel.
The president expressed the hope that this would be a year for peace.
- American English: express
- Arabic: يُعَبِّرُ عَنْ
- Brazilian Portuguese: expressar
- Chinese: 表达
- Croatian: izraziti
- Czech: vyjádřit
- Danish: udtrykke
- Dutch: uitdrukken
- European Spanish: expresar
- Finnish: ilmaista
- French: exprimer
- German: ausdrücken
- Greek: εκφράζω
- Italian: esprimere
- Japanese: 表現する
- Korean: 표현하다
- Norwegian: uttrykke
- Polish: wyrazić
- European Portuguese: expressar
- Romanian: a exprima
- Russian: выражать
- Spanish: expresar
- Swedish: uttrycka
- Thai: แสดงออก
- Turkish: ifade etmek
- Ukrainian: виражати
- Vietnamese: diễn tả
British English: express NOUN
An express or an express train is a fast train which stops at very few stations.
Punctually at 7.45, the express to Kuala Lumpur left Singapore station.
Definition of express from the Collins English Dictionary
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