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expresar in English:

1. express


The Narita Express will take you directly to Tokyo Station in approximately 90 minutes.
There is an extra charge for mailing packages by express.
express likes/dislikes
It is impossible to calculate the moral mischief, if I may so express it, that mental lying has produced in society.
However, I recommend that you take the JR Narita Express (a train leaves every 30-60 minutes from the airport), to avoid the complexity of changing trains.
On the 3rd of March, at around noon, an express letter was thrown into the entrance of my house.
When a president or a governor acts wisely and lawfully, Americans express their approval by reelecting him and by supporting his political party.
However, in China, they don't use a word for "human rights," but instead express it as "fundamental rights".
People who talk use their voice to express their ideas, and people who write books note down what other people say.
People need to express themselves; they cannot do so unless society allows them liberty to do so.
They'll be attacked if they carelessly express an original viewpoint, so they only report on the safe options.
He left for Tokyo on urgent business by the 7 o'clock express this morning.
Although the man's ideas are sound, because he can't express them well, he doesn't have a ghost of a chance of getting them accepted.
A controversy is a debate or argument with people expressing different opinions.
To take an express train, we have to get an express ticket in addition to an ordinary ticket.

English word "expresar"(express) occurs in sets:

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