The sending of somebody or something to a destination for a purpose.(noun)
Present participle of dispatch.(verb)
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Use "dispatching" in a sentence
"A failure of the train dispatching system at Norfolk Southern caused more than 100 trains, including some Virginia Railway Express trains on the Manassas Line, to come to a halt Friday morning, Norfolk Southern officials said."
"Thierry Andriamirado explained the increased relevance of online social networks in dispatching news about the crisis."
"It's one thing to let Crusoe fight the pirates, but the pleasure he and the show take in dispatching them — and the lingering shots of their deaths — borders on the sick."