Definition of Expediting:
make happen faster
Synonyms of Expediting:
● Speed up
Opposite/Antonyms of Expediting:
Sentence/Example of Expediting:
Instead, they are expedited directly to the boards of elections.
Clerks at those plants also culled ballots in the middle of the sorting process to expedite their delivery, taking them out of plants without exit scans.
With no focus on customer retention, Homejoy saw only 25% of those homeowners return, and the growth stagnated, expediting the failure of the company.
Elsewhere, TikTok’s policy reduces the visibility of posts prematurely claiming victory and is working on an “expedited” schedule with fact-checking partners around Election Day.
Soon, basketball and hockey will expedite preparations for their new seasons, and a normal, steady pace should resume.
The state has also made investments to expedite the vote count.
Instead, the mission is expediting the stowing of the sample, which NASA expects to take place Monday.
The Migrant Protection Protocols program was supposed to expedite their cases, and now they’re in an even more vulnerable place.
That growth is thanks to launching new ad formats to expedite campaigns, working with new clients in different sectors and drawing on its data chops to create longer-term campaigns tied to consumer behavior change and trends for brands to own.
So state and local government can still help by offering tax credits, grants and expedited permits for businesses that provide these resources for their employees.