dispatching
Noun

dispatching (plural dispatchings)

  1. The sending of somebody or something to a destination for a purpose.
  2. (informal) burial
    2008 John F. Nash, "Christianity: the One, the Many - Volume 2 - Page 308"
    • The three liturgically recognized stages in life are sometimes referred to as “hatching, matching and dispatching.”
Translations
  • German: Versendung
Verb
  1. present participle of dispatch#English|dispatch



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