Saturday, January 30, 2010

Is The Word Expedite The Same As Expediate Is There Such A Word As Expediate (pronounced Ex-pee-dee-ate) That Means The Same Thing As Expedite?

Is there such a word as expediate (pronounced ex-pee-dee-ate) that means the same thing as expedite? - is the word expedite the same as expediate

I thought it was a change of speed (ex-uh)-speaking, because I know the Word file (ex-Pee-Dee-ent) and we are expedia.com. It seems obvious that this debate use to tell someone that you ex-Pee-Dee-ATED shipping, etc. Is that a good debate to be able to? I hope someone can help me. It makes me crazy!

5 comments:

Anonymous said...

Yes, it is a word, and means the same speed. Check here - http://dictionary.reference.com/search?q ...
http://www.bartleby.com/68/58/2358.html

EarthSta... said...

In connection with the example he gives in his question, the word would perfectly as a "fast track" (ex-pi-the-PDD) - The past participle of the verb 'to accelerate'

derek said...

Rush

five4us said...

pressed

baby_gir... said...

There is no such thing.

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