|Origin:||dispacciare, from Old French despeechier 'to set free'|
di‧spatch1 , despatch [transitive]
to send someone or something somewhere for a particular purpose
dispatch somebody/something to somebody/something
A reporter was dispatched to Naples to cover the riot.
Goods are normally dispatched within 24 hours.
to deal with someone or to finish a job quickly and effectively:
She dispatched (=beat) her opponent 6-2, 6-1.
to deliberately kill a person or animal