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Fed·Ex

 (fĕd′ĕks′)
A trademark for an express shipping service. This trademark often occurs in print in lowercase as a noun or verb: "For years, people in offices across the United States have talked about 'fedexing packages' and receiving or sending 'fedexes'" (Laurel Shaper Walters).
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fedex

(ˈfɛdˌɛks)
vb (tr)
(Communications & Information) to send by courier, specifically when using the services of the FedEx company
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fed•ex

(ˈfɛdˌɛks)
v. -exed, -ex•ing,
n. Informal. v.t.
1. to send or ship by Federal Express.
n.
2. a parcel sent by Federal Express.

FedEx

(ˈfɛdˌɛks)
Trademark. Federal Express.
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