- n.& v.派遣;
He feels we should act with despatch.
The fox takes his chance with a pack of hounds which may catch him and despatch him immediately.
The despatch of the task force is purely a contingency measure.
He rushed the despatch through to headquarters.
A cable inquiry would ensure early despatch, which is of benefit to you.
All orders, including your own, have already been made up and are now awaiting despatch.
'A despatch sent after you from over yonder.
——英汉文学 - 双城记
Please book the necessary shipping space in advance to insure timely despatch of the goods ordered.
The Despatch and Transport Manager decides which method is the most suitable.
It's highly expedient for you to use despatch, lest another should step in.
Please take note of our order, and kindly advise us when you can despatch the goods.
As requested, we will inform you of the date of despatch immediately upon completing shipment.
Appropriate methods for authorising receipt from and despatch to such areas shall be stipulated.
1. an official report (usually sent in haste)
2. the property of being prompt and efficient;
"it was done with dispatch"
3. killing a person or animal
4. the act of sending off something
1. send away towards a designated goal