To cause (something) to be conveyed to a destination
To eat completely or entirely
To cause the death of
Rapidness of movement or activity
To send something on its way
To kill deliberately
To make an end
So it was decided to send a dispatch to the staff.
"Where is your dispatch?" he inquired.
He took the dispatch which was addressed to him and began to read it with a mournful expression.
The Italian attacks, handicapped by the limitation imposed, made little headway, though they prevented the dispatch of Austrian units already under orders for the eastern front.
And Bilibin repeated the actual words of the diplomatic dispatch, which he had himself composed.