[ik-spres-lee] /ɪkˈsprɛs li/
for the particular or specific purpose; specially:
I came expressly to see you.
in an manner; explicitly:
I asked him expressly to stop talking.
for an express purpose; with specific intentions
plainly, exactly, or unmistakably
late 14c., “in detail, plainly,” from express + -ly (2). Meaning “for the express purpose” is c.1600.
noun 1. an irregular formation of troops to suit the tactical requirements and the terrain. 2. .
- Extended pascal
A superset of ANSI and ISO Pascal with many enhancements, including modules, separate compilation, type schemata, variable-length strings, direct-access files, complex numbers, initial values, constant expressions. ANSI/IEEE770X3.160-1989 and ISO 10206. (1994-12-12)
noun 1. a phonograph record of 45 r.p.m. that plays a longer time than the standard 45 r.p.m. record. Abbreviation: EP. adjective 1. denoting an EP record adjective pertaining to an audiotape or videotape that is longer than standard
noun 1. a introduced and then further developed throughout all or part of a literary work, especially a poem: Robert Frost uses two roads as an extended metaphor in “The Road Not Taken.”. 2. a literary work that contains an extended metaphor. noun a metaphor that is extended through a stanza or entire poem, often […]