express


ex·press

vt \ik-ˈspres, ek-\

Definition of EXPRESS

1
: to make known or exhibit by an expression
2
a : to force out by pressure <express milk manually or by electric pump> b : to subject to pressure so as to extract something <some pumps express one breast at a time—Paula Lynn Parks>
3
: to cause (a gene) to manifest its effects in the phenotype <a gene selectively expressed in lung tumors>; also : to manifest or produce (a character, molecule, or effect) by a genetic process <individuals with the gene express symptoms of the disease> <differentially expressed proteins>

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