Old English Synonyms
send off promptly and with little ceremony
The word ‘dispatch’ can mean several things. It can be a verb meaning to send off or to rid of something, or it can be a noun meaning a message or an official report.
1. The company dispatched a technician to my house to fix my computer.
2. The police dispatched a squad car to investigate the noise.
3. The cook dispatched the meals to the customers.
4. The soldier dispatched the enemy with a well-aimed shot.
5. The messenger dispatched the letter by express mail.