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1 The transformation of ideas into words.

2 Any non-verbal manifestation of emotion.

3 In genetics, the effect of a gene on a phenotype (also called gene expression). express vb. expressive adj. [From Latin expressus squeezed out, from ex- out + premere, pressum to press + -ion indicating an action, process, or state]

Subjects: Psychology.


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