|1.||[ verb ] give expression to|
"She showed her disappointment"
|Related terms:||convey stress imply imply suggest vent formulate burst_out sneer beam menace exude smile give|
|2.||[ verb ] articulate; either verbally or with a cry, shout, or noise|
|Synonyms:||utter verbalize verbalise give_tongue_to|
"She expressed her anger" "He uttered a curse"
|Related terms:||state say raise curse wish exclaim represent drop voice clamor pour_out hurl venture pooh-pooh marvel breathe vociferate get_off utterance utterer|
|3.||[ verb ] serve as a means for expressing something|
: "The painting of Mary carries motherly love" "His voice carried a lot of anger"
|Related terms:||communicate quantify conduct carry|
|4.||[ verb ] indicate through a symbol, formula, etc.|
"Can you express this distance in kilometers?"
|Related terms:||denote vote vote|
|5.||[ adjective ] not tacit or implied|
"her express wish"
|6.||[ adverb ] by express|
"please send the letter express"
|7.||[ verb ] obtain from a substance, as by mechanical action|
"Italians express coffee rather than filter it"
|Related terms:||get ream infusion|
|8.||[ noun ] mail that is distributed by a rapid and efficient system|
|Related terms:||mail pony_express|
|9.||[ adjective ] without unnecessary stops|
"an express train" "an express shipment"
|Related terms:||local fast|
|10.||[ noun ] (transportation) a fast train that stops at only a few of the intermediate stations|
|11.||[ verb ] send my rapid transport or special messenger service|
"She expressed the letter to Florida"
|12.||[ verb ] manifest the effects of (a gene or genetic trait)|
"Many of the laboratory animals express the trait"
|Related terms:||reveal expression|
|13.||[ noun ] (transportation) public transport consisting of a fast train or bus that makes a limited number of scheduled stops|
"he caught the express to New York"
|Related terms:||local bus public_transport|
|14.||[ noun ] (transportation,business) rapid transport of goods|