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The board also increased Metro’s capital budget this fiscal year by $255 million because of a multiyear platform replacement project that transit officials expedited because of reduced ridership.

The plan also includes measures to expedite vaccines for school workers and strict metrics on when schools or classrooms would close.

Others use the software to expedite the development of new drugs or make race cars faster.

District officials are also talking to San Diego Mayor Todd Gloria about expediting “the vaccination of teachers and other staff necessary to the reopening of schools as soon as they are cleared to receive the vaccine,” Magee said.

It should help Google expedite review removals and process the reviews much faster.

Holmes seemed to expedite matters promptly, amid rumors that she was frightened of the Church of Scientology.

The U.S. government should expedite their cases while showing some modicum of flexibility in reviewing their documentation.

Cuellar and Cornyn wanted to expedite the deportation of the kids from Central America.

They can exacerbate splits within a ruling leadership, foment popular unrest, or expedite a dwindling current account.

To expedite the calendar in the Senate requires something called unanimous consent, and unanimous means unanimous.

In the second, it would greatly simplify and expedite many a charitable task.

Those who want to make speeches on those resolutions could do it to-night; we should thus save time and expedite business.

He at the same time begged Mavrocordato to expedite the departure of the fleet, and to send the Greek deputies to London.

Finally, I did my utmost to expedite the move of all the British Forces to the northern theatre.

To expedite matters, as the Sunday school was to assemble at a quarter past seven, my mother dressed me before supper.


On this page you'll find 75 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to expedite, such as: accelerate, assist, facilitate, hasten, promote, and quicken.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.