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VERB 派遣;调遣 If you dispatch someone to a place, you send them there for a particular reason.
He dispatched scouts ahead...
The Italian government was preparing to dispatch 4,000 soldiers to search the island.
意大利政府正准备派遣 4,000 名士兵搜索该岛。
VERB 发送，发出（信息、信件或包裹） If you dispatch a message, letter, or parcel, you send it to a particular person or destination.
The victory inspired him to dispatch a gleeful telegram to Roosevelt...
Free gifts are dispatched separately so please allow 28 days for delivery.
N-COUNT (身在另一城市或国家的记者发送的)电讯，新闻报道 A dispatch is a special report that is sent to a newspaper or broadcasting organization by a journalist who is in a different town or country.
...this despatch from our West Africa correspondent.
N-COUNT (军官或政府官员发送给总部的)急件，快信 A dispatch is a message or report that is sent, for example, by army officers or government officials to their headquarters.
I was carrying dispatches from the ambassador.
VERB 处决;杀死 To dispatch a person or an animal means to kill them.
The fox takes his chance with a pack of hounds which may catch him and despatch him immediately.
VERB 迅速处理;迅速办妥 To dispatch a job or task means to finish it quickly and efficiently without wasting time.
Amy sat outside in the sun while Gerald despatched his business.
N-UNCOUNT 迅速;急速 If you do something with dispatch, you do it very quickly.
He feels we should act with despatch.