expedite expedite  /ˈɛk spɪ ˌdaɪt/


  1. (v) speed up the progress of; facilitate
  2. (v) process fast and efficiently


  • I will expedite this work so that the dependent work does stop and the project timeline is not compromised.


  1. Leave bags behind for Broncos games

    To provide a safer environment for the public and significantly expedite fan entry into Sports Authority Field at Mile High, the Broncos announced they have adopted the new NFL policy that limits the size and type of bags fans can bring into the stadium. Leave the cooler and backpack at home.
    on June 14, 2013     Source: Denver Post

  2. Cards impose NFL policy on handbags at stadium

    The intent is "to provide a safer environment for the public and significantly expedite fan entry," according to the Cardinal's statement.
    on June 14, 2013     Source: CBS 5 Phoenix

  3. Programming Coordinator

    Tribune Broadcasting is seeking a Programming Coordinator who provides organizational and administrative support to Regional Program Director in order to expedite the administrative functions of the Programming Department. Programming Coordinator responsibilities: Compiles and distributes internal program schedules, calendars and program …
    on June 14, 2013     Source: FOX 59 Indianapolis


  1. "We concluded that we could expedite the growth by a year and that would help relieve stress on the force," Geren said.
    on Sep 27, 2007 By: Pete Geren Source: AFP

  2. Gates told Khan that "we know your interest in small arms and mortars and we are looking for ways to expedite" the equipment.
    on Dec 4, 2007 By: Robert Gates Source: International Herald Tribune

  3. "We certainly intend to expedite any applications she makes as quickly as possible to get her back to Canada," Kenney told The Canadian Press in a phone interview from Paris.
    on Dec 23, 2007 By: Jason Kenney Source: Prince George Citizen

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