1 express /ɪkˈsprɛs/ verb
expresses; expressed; expressing
1 express
expresses; expressed; expressing
Learner's definition of EXPRESS
[+ object]
: to talk or write about (something that you are thinking or feeling)
: to make (your thoughts and feelings) known by doing something other than talking or writing
: to show (an amount, quantity, etc.) by a sign or a symbol
chiefly US : to send (a package, letter, etc.) so that it will be delivered more quickly than usual : to send (something) by express
: to cause (something) to come out by squeezing or pressing

express itself/themselves

of feelings
: to become known or seen as the result of a particular action

express yourself

: to say or show your thoughts and feelings

— expressible

/ɪkˈsprɛsəbəl/ adjective
2 express /ɪkˈsprɛs/ adjective
2 express
Learner's definition of EXPRESS
always used before a noun
: said or given in a clear way
: of a particular kind
: traveling at high speed with few stops compare 1local 2
: delivered faster than usual
: designed or intended to be used for fast movement or travel

— expressly

3 express /ɪkˈsprɛs/ noun
plural expresses
3 express
plural expresses
Learner's definition of EXPRESS
[noncount] : a system for delivering things (such as letters and packages) quickly
[count] : a train or bus that travels quickly with few stops compare 2local 1
4 express /ɪkˈsprɛs/ adverb
4 express
Learner's definition of EXPRESS
: by a system that delivers letters and packages quickly : by express