Dispatched meaning in English | Easy explanation | Indian dictionary

Dispatched meaning in English: In this article, the meaning of the word ‘Dispatched’ is explained in easy English with examples, along with its synonyms and antonyms.

Dispatched’ pronunciation= di-spachd

Dispatched meaning in English

‘Dispatched’ means the act of sending goods, messages, or anything else to someone.

Dispatched- English meaning
sent
send
send on
consign
pay up
despatched

Dispatched-Example

The word ‘Dispatched’ acts as a ‘Verb’.

The past tense of the word ‘Dispatch’ is ‘Dispatched’.

Sentences that can be formed using the word ‘Dispatched’ are as follows.

Examples:

▪ Sir, the Item is dispatched to your address already.

▪ Please dispatched my product to them urgently.

▪ Sir, we dispatched it to the address which you provide to us.

▪ National Disaster Response Force (Ndrf) has been dispatched to the flooded area.

▪ We will dispatch your package within two days.

▪ Your order has been dispatched to the bo (Boarding Office), please collect it.

▪ The checkbook will be dispatched shortly to your residential address.

▪ Your letter is not yet dispatched from our office.

▪ Your item has been dispatched to Newyork.

▪ Not yet dispatched delivery estimate.

▪ Dispatched from the office of exchange.

‘Dispatched’ other meanings

item dispatched= Item sent, a thing sent

already dispatched= Has already been sent

please dispatched= Please send

we dispatched= We sent

we have dispatched= We have sent it

we will dispatch= We will send

Your order has been dispatched= Your order has been shipped, your item has been shipped.

dispatched to bo (Boarding Office)= Sent to Boarding Office (BO is the post office branch near your address)

has been dispatched= Has been sent

order dispatched= Order sent, the order has been sent

Dispatched’ Synonyms-antonyms

The synonyms of the word ‘Dispatched’ are as follows.

send
send-off
consign
transmit
remit
mail
convey
forward
post
consign

The antonyms of the word ‘Dispatched’ are as follows.

hold
keep
retain
retard
hinder
impede
halt

 

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