Definitions

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  • n. A person who expedites.

Etymologies

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expedite +‎ -er

Examples

  • It needs a disclaimer: Your Experience May Differ and I am going through that right now, as I have no Spanish (except 16 3-hour credits starting in high school), so I have had to engage at a reasonable fee an expediter from the system who speaks no English.

    Rolly meets major medical

  • David is in the kitchen tonight, serving as an expediter, which is something he usually does not do.

    Cinema Blend Feeds

  • Across a counter from the cooking line, an "expediter" wearing a headset and holding a grease pencil shuffles through menu tickets.

    FASTER FOOD

  • Next topic is "should we hire an 'expediter' to help with immigration papers", and the answer is: it depends how much you are willing to pay to avoid the hassles, many of which are enumerated by those among us who have lived through them, and some of which approach my idea of living in the twilight zone.

    The meeting

  • Harry's job description read "expediter," and Harry spent a lot of his time in the presence of men who wore fedoras and long black overcoats.

    Four To Score

  • District Attorney Kamala Harris announced the fraud charges against notorious San Francisco permit "expediter" Jimmy Jen on Wednesday.

    MercedSun-Star.com: front

  • Catherine Romasanta, an "expediter" whose job was to help cut through City Hall red tape, often acted as a middleman in the scheme, splitting bribes from developers and contractors with corrupt building inspectors.

    chicagotribune.com - News

  • Federal prosecutors have quietly brought charges against a City Hall permit "expediter" who became a government mole at the center of a wide-ranging bribery probe.

    The Capitol Fax Blog

  • When it came to getting illegal building projects through City Hall, former permit "expediter" Catherine Romasanta testified Thursday that she knew what it took to get things done in Chicago: an envelope stuffed with cash.

    chicagotribune.com -

  • She is an "expediter" hired by developers to shepherd applications through the permitting process more quickly.

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