- expediter - A clerk in a large mail processing facility who at the cutoff times ensures the on-time dispatching and routing of all mail classes to the correct trucks.
Glossary of postal terms. 2014.
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expediter — [eks′pə dīt΄ər] n. a person who expedites; esp., one employed to ensure the steady progress to completion of a project or the efficient movement of materials, freight, etc. within a system: also sp. expeditor … English World dictionary
expediter — expedite ► VERB ▪ cause to happen sooner or be accomplished more quickly. DERIVATIVES expediter (also expeditor) noun. ORIGIN Latin expedire extricate (originally by freeing the feet), put in order , from pes foot … English terms dictionary
expediter — also expeditor noun Date: 1891 one that expedites; specifically one employed to ensure efficient movement of goods or supplies in a business … New Collegiate Dictionary
expediter — /ek spi duy teuhr/, n. a person or thing that expedites something, esp. one employed to move shipments on schedule, as for a railroad. Also, expeditor. [1890 95; EXPEDITE + ER1] * * * … Universalium
expediter — noun A person who expedites. Syn: expo … Wiktionary
expediter — n. one who facilitates or hastens a process (or action, etc.) … English contemporary dictionary
expediter — ex·pe·dit·er … English syllables
expediter — /ekspadaytar/ An employee whose duty is to see that shortage in material at one point in a plant is remedied by delivery of the needed material from another part of the plant where it is stacked or stored … Black's law dictionary
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