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ex·pe·dite

 (ĕk′spĭ-dīt′)
tr.v. ex·pe·dit·ed, ex·pe·dit·ing, ex·pe·dites
To speed up the progress of or execute quickly: expedite the review of a legal case; expedite a loan application.

[Latin expedīre, expedīt-, to free from entanglements, make ready; see ped- in Indo-European roots.]

ex′pe·dit′er, ex′pe·di′tor n.
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expedite

(ˈɛkspɪˌdaɪt)
vb (tr)
1. to hasten the progress of; hasten or assist
2. to do or process (something, such as business matters) with speed and efficiency
3. rare to dispatch (documents, messages, etc)
adj
4. unimpeded or prompt; expeditious
5. alert or prepared
[C17: from Latin expedīre, literally: to free the feet (as from a snare), hence, liberate, from ex-1 + pēs foot]
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ex•pe•dite

(ˈɛk spɪˌdaɪt)

v.t. -dit•ed, -dit•ing.
1. to speed up the progress of.
2. to perform promptly.
3. to issue; dispatch.
[1425–75; late Middle English < Latin expedītus, past participle of expedīre to extricate, solve, be useful =ex- ex-1 + -pedīre; see impede]
ex′pe•dit`er, ex′pe•di`tor, n.
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expedite


Past participle: expedited
Gerund: expediting

Imperative
expedite
expedite
Present
I expedite
you expedite
he/she/it expedites
we expedite
you expedite
they expedite
Preterite
I expedited
you expedited
he/she/it expedited
we expedited
you expedited
they expedited
Present Continuous
I am expediting
you are expediting
he/she/it is expediting
we are expediting
you are expediting
they are expediting
Present Perfect
I have expedited
you have expedited
he/she/it has expedited
we have expedited
you have expedited
they have expedited
Past Continuous
I was expediting
you were expediting
he/she/it was expediting
we were expediting
you were expediting
they were expediting
Past Perfect
I had expedited
you had expedited
he/she/it had expedited
we had expedited
you had expedited
they had expedited
Future
I will expedite
you will expedite
he/she/it will expedite
we will expedite
you will expedite
they will expedite
Future Perfect
I will have expedited
you will have expedited
he/she/it will have expedited
we will have expedited
you will have expedited
they will have expedited
Future Continuous
I will be expediting
you will be expediting
he/she/it will be expediting
we will be expediting
you will be expediting
they will be expediting
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been expediting
you have been expediting
he/she/it has been expediting
we have been expediting
you have been expediting
they have been expediting
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been expediting
you will have been expediting
he/she/it will have been expediting
we will have been expediting
you will have been expediting
they will have been expediting
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been expediting
you had been expediting
he/she/it had been expediting
we had been expediting
you had been expediting
they had been expediting
Conditional
I would expedite
you would expedite
he/she/it would expedite
we would expedite
you would expedite
they would expedite
Past Conditional
I would have expedited
you would have expedited
he/she/it would have expedited
we would have expedited
you would have expedited
they would have expedited
Collins English Verb Tables © HarperCollins Publishers 2011
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.expedite - speed up the progress of; facilitate; "This should expedite the process"
aid, assist, help - give help or assistance; be of service; "Everyone helped out during the earthquake"; "Can you help me carry this table?"; "She never helps around the house"
2.expedite - process fast and efficiently; "I will try to expedite the matter"
action, sue, litigate, process - institute legal proceedings against; file a suit against; "He was warned that the district attorney would process him"; "She actioned the company for discrimination"
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expedite

verb (Formal) speed (up), forward, promote, advance, press, urge, rush, assist, hurry, accelerate, dispatch, facilitate, hasten, precipitate, quicken, fast-track We will do all we can to expedite the procedure
restrict, delay, block, handicap, hold up, curb, obstruct, decelerate, slow up or down
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expedite

verb
1. To make less difficult:
Idioms: clear the way for, grease the wheels, open the door for.
2. To increase the speed of:
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Translations
يُعَجِّلُ عَمَلا
fremskynde
jouduttaakiirehtiänopeuttaa
flÿta fyrir
operatyviaioperatyvussparčiaispartus
hızlandırmak

expedite

[ˈekspɪdaɪt] VT (= speed up) [+ business, deal] → acelerar; [+ official matter, legal matter] → dar curso a; [+ process, preparations] → facilitar; [+ task] → despachar (con prontitud)
to expedite mattersacelerar las cosas
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expedite

[ˈɛkspɪdaɪt] vt (= speed up) [+ process] → accélérer
Collins English/French Electronic Resource. © HarperCollins Publishers 2005

expedite

vt
(= hasten)beschleunigen, vorantreiben; see what you can do to expedite matterssehen Sie zu, ob Sie die Sache beschleunigen können
(rare) lettersexpedieren (spec)
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expedite

[ˈɛkspɪdaɪt] vt (frm) (speed up) → accelerare; (official matter, legal matter) → sollecitare; (task) → affrettare
Collins Italian Dictionary 1st Edition © HarperCollins Publishers 1995

expedite

(ˈekspidait) verb
to hasten or speed up (a work process etc).
ˌexpeˈditious (-ˈdiʃəs) adjective
quick (and efficient).
expeˈditiously adverb
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