The Senate will have to expedite its usual clock to do that, and that requires...dum da-dum...unanimous consent.
It should be assigning security forces to work with PA forces to expedite Palestinian supply chains.
Holmes seemed to expedite matters promptly, amid rumors that she was frightened of the Church of Scientology.
Iglesias refused to politicize his investigations or expedite them for electoral effect.
To expedite the calendar in the Senate requires something called unanimous consent, and unanimous means unanimous.
I favor the necessary legislation to expedite these projects.
The judges had given me a promise to expedite the letter the moment it was written.
expedite, then, your commissioners; sustain them with your energy; let them leave this very night, this very evening.
He sat talking till 8.45, and then said he would go and expedite matters.
I slid down the bannisters, not only to expedite matters but to save my ankle that had begun to remind me of its existence.
late 15c. (implied in past participle expedit), from Latin expeditus, past participle of expedire "extricate, disengage, liberate; procure, make ready, make fit, prepare," literally "free the feet from fetters," hence "liberate from difficulties," from ex- "out" (see ex-) + *pedis "fetter, chain for the feet," related to pes (genitive pedis) "foot" (see foot). Cf. Greek pede "fetter." Related: Expedited; expediting.