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From Spanish despachar or Italian dispacciare, from Provençal despachar "to get rid of", from Middle French despeechier "to set free", from Old French

to dispatch

Third person singular

Simple past

Past participle

Present participle

to dispatch (third-person singular simple present dispatches, present participle dispatching, simple past and past participle dispatched)

  1. To send a shipment with promptness.
  2. To send an important official message sent by a diplomat or military officer with promptness
  3. To hurry
  4. (obsolete) To deprive.
  5. To destroy quickly and efficiently
  6. (computing) To pass on for further processing, esp. via a dispatch table (computing, often with to)

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