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ExpressVPN is undoubtedly one of the most famous VPN services, and thanks to its ease of use and quality service that it provides. Thus, the service makes use of apps for both smartphones and desktops, and while it features more than 100 server locations. In addition, it is extremely easy to connect to the VPN: a few mouse clicks are enough to get that done.

ExpressVPN review

ExpressVPN was founded in 2009 and has built a strong reputation over the years. Reliability and good customer support are central to the service, and of course offers you the opportunity to reach fast-paced streaming content. ExpressVPN uses secure encryption technology to protect your privacy while surfing, using IP addresses from different countries. ExpressVPN of all providers, is undoubtedly one of the most reliable and most importantly, one of the safest.

The features and capabilities of ExpressVPN

ExpressVPN offers some surprising benefits. As such, you can to make the VPN connection with up to three different devices, and you can easily unblock websites that are normally not available in your country. Powerful encryption capabilities ensure your privacy while surfing online. You can also not complain the speed of the connection to the servers, and apps that have been developed are completely free to use for devices.

ExpressVPN is compatible with various systems, and connecting to the VPN server just takes a single click. The service then provides access to more than 100 servers in more than 80 countries, and on top of that, you can contact the customer service every day.

The latest developments in ExpressVPN

If ExpressVPN users do not have to remember what server did their last job, the software automatically saves it after all the last three servers used. That is not the only innovation: developing a new algorithm – to calculate the speed between the computer and the servers – has been updated. This makes it not only easier for a company to know which servers users need, it also points the user to find the best and fastest server

ExpressVPN speed

The quality of the VPN server is largely determined by its speed, and also in that area ExpressVPN is very reliable. That speed is otherwise always the same, anywhere in the world. With other VPN services, the maximum speed is often limited, but this is not the case with ExpressVPN. It is the perfect service if you want to access streaming video sites (like Hulu, Pandora or BBC), or you can use it as support for downloads.

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Several speed tests were performed to test the connection to the ExpressVPN servers, showing that sites like Hulu.com can simply be viewed without delay or lower quality – and that was on a US server. If you are a user in the EU as a user of ExpressVPN, it is the ideal service for anonymous downloading or online gaming.

Protect your privacy with ExpressVPN

A VPN service is selected by a user as it can safeguard their privacy and security of their data and location. Information while surfing is often unintentionally available to others, and this is avoided with a VPN service.

ExpressVPN ensures protection of your data through a special encryption key, which scored very high according to international requirements. Thus, not just a few home and corporate users are optimally protected, but it can also be used for special protection at hotspots. This is for you, even if you are connected to the Internet via a public WiFi protection is also possible. ExpressVPN is therefore also ideal for use in, for example, airports, train stations or bus stations.

In addition, ExpressVPN ensures that third parties do not see your personal information by first collecting that information at registration. The traces that you leave on the internet are therefore erased as soon as the connection is disconnected. In theory, this would say that your information would not be visible even for a government organization, just because they do not own ExpressVPN.

The price of ExpressVPN

Like most VPN services, the service of ExpressVPN available in the form of various packages, and can be used on mobile devices.

  1. 1 year unlimited VPN access for € 7.81 (converted from USD to Euro)
  2. 6 months unlimited VPN access for € 9.40 (converted from USD to Euro)
  3. 1 month unlimited VPN access for € 12.20 (converted from USD to Euro)

ExpressVPN Prices

in addition, the package includes a guarantee that your money is refunded if you are not satisfied. While these prices are not the lowest in comparison to other providers, they are still low. Plus, you are sure of ExpressVPN quality, where reliability and speed are key traits.

In addition, you can try the service for 30 days (as well as a money back guarantee), after which you can still choose to use it or not. Displeased? No problem, because the service will pay you back to the last penny. Paying for monthly service is possible via various methods, including Visa, PayPal, American Express, MasterCard, Amex, Discover, and even with Bitcoins.

Using ExpressVPN across devices

Besides quality and ease, ExpressVPN still offers other advantages. Thus, the service gives you the ability to use multiple applications, all of which are tailored for installation and use on various devices. ExpressVPN can be applied to:

  1. Windows 10
  2. Windows 8
  3. Windows XP
  4. Windows Vista
  5. Windows 7
  6. Mac OS X
  7. Ubuntu
  8. DD-WRT routers
  9. Android
  10. iPad (iOS)
  11. iPhone (iOS)

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The possibility of using ExpressVPN in different locations

As already mentioned, with ExpressVPN it is possible to use different servers in more than 80 countries in Europe, America and Asia. Previously, the range was much smaller, which meant other services were far more popular in terms of diversity. Now the supply is growing, so you as a user can switch between various almost limitless servers. Some countries where you are able to use ExpressVPN to obtain an IP address:

  1. Los Angeles
  2. San Jose
  3. New York
  4. Miami
  5. Canada
  6. Costa Rica
  7. Peru
  8. Australia
  9. Mongolia
  10. Japan
  11. Singapore
  12. South Korea
  13. London
  14. Bulgaria
  15. Germany
  16. Albania
  17. Austria
  18. Belgium
  19. Lithuania
  20. Sweden
  21. Portugal
  22. Iceland
  23. Greece
  24. France
  25. Netherlands

This are just some of the countries in which you can obtain an IP address with ExpressVPN. Especially in the US, ExpressVPN offers various servers, across the continent, in over 10 different cities. In European countries such as Germany, Netherlands and the United Kingdom, the service server also has locations.

The protocols of ExpressVPN

ExpressVPN has developed a variety of applications, which are each controlled according to different protocols. For example, OpenVPN UDP by default, but there are alternatives such as TCP OpenVPN, SSTP, PPTP and L2TP / IPSec.

Conclusion: ExpressVPN is a reliable, fast VPN service

ExpressVPN is undoubtedly one of the most popular and best VPN providers, precisely because of the combination of important features such as ease of use, reliability and speed. The prices may not be the cheapest you can find, ExpressVPN does offer an interesting all-in service. An unlimited bandwidth for all devices – in one package – and the quality of the service makes the price more than good indeed. The money-back guarantee is very attractive, and ensures that all your subscriptions will be paid back if you change your mind. ExpressVPN is one of the services that you as a user particularly benefits from experiencing, especially if you like online privacy and security of your important data online.

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goose

[goos] /gus/
  • Examples
  • Word Origin
noun, plural geese for 1, 2, 4, 8; gooses for 5–7.
1.
any of numerous wild or domesticated, web-footed swimming birds of the family Anatidae, especially of the genera Anser and Branta, most of which are larger and have a longer neck and legs than the ducks.
2.
the female of this bird, as distinguished from the male, or gander.
3.
the flesh of a goose, used as food.
4.
a silly or foolish person; simpleton.
5.
Slang. a poke between the buttocks to startle.
6.
Informal. anything that energizes, strengthens, or the like:
to give the economy a badly needed goose.
7.
a tailor's smoothing iron with a curved handle.
8.
an obsolete board game played with dice and counters in which a player whose cast falls in a square containing the picture of a goose is allowed to advance double the number of his or her throw.
verb (used with object), goosed, goosing.
9.
Slang. to poke (a person) between the buttocks to startle.
10.
Informal.
  1. to prod or urge to action or an emotional reaction:
    The promise of time off may goose the workers and increase profits.
  2. to strengthen or improve (often followed by up):
    Let's goose up the stew with some wine.
  3. to increase; raise (often followed by up):
    to goose up government loans in weak industries.
  4. to give a spurt of fuel to (a motor) to increase speed.
Idioms, plural geese.
11.
cook someone's goose, Informal. to ruin someone's hopes, plans, chances, etc.:
His goose was cooked when they found the stolen gems in his pocket.
Origin of goose
Middle English
Old English
1000
before 1000; Middle English gose, goos, Old English gōs (plural gēs); cognate with German Gans, Old Norse gās; compare Sanskrit haṅsa, Greek chḗn, Latin ānser
Related forms
gooselike, adjective
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Examples from the Web for goose
Contemporary Examples
  • I wandered around aimlessly for a while, then gave the goose to an acquiescent hippy on a barge.

    The Life and Art of Radical Provocateur—and Commune Leader—Otto Muehl Anthony Haden-Guest September 22, 2014
  • Thus continued a goose chase that produced, well, a goose egg.

    Teaching a Lesson to Bullies and Educators Alike Moral Courage February 24, 2014
  • Let me goose A&E as they duck for cover over their botched handling of the Phil Robertson mess.

    A&E Ducks for Cover by Forgiving Phil Robertson Michael Musto December 30, 2013
  • Outdoor explorer shows featuring real-life people in extreme climates tend to feature Canada goose coats, he noted.

    The Cult of Canada Goose Keli Goff December 23, 2013
  • According to reports from his salespeople, various Korean celebrities have been spotted in Canada goose products in recent years.

    The Cult of Canada Goose Keli Goff December 23, 2013
Historical Examples
  • What's sauce for the goose is sauce for the gander: take that in your thought too.

    Clarissa, Volume 1 (of 9) Samuel Richardson
  • Apples in some form or other are commonly served with goose.

    Woman's Institute Library of Cookery, Vol. 3 Woman's Institute of Domestic Arts and Sciences
  • Cyrus, my advice to you is to go home and tell your wife not to be a goose.

    Quaint Courtships Various
  • The old soldiers, for some inscrutable reason, go for goose to a man.

    Camps, Quarters and Casual Places Archibald Forbes
  • I told Mallet if he would cook a goose, I would tip one over.

    Ned Myers James Fenimore Cooper
British Dictionary definitions for goose

goose1

/ɡuːs/
noun (pl) geese (ɡiːs)
1.
any of various web-footed long-necked birds of the family Anatidae: order Anseriformes. They are typically larger and less aquatic than ducks and are gregarious and migratory See also brent goose, barnacle goose, greylag, snow goose related adjective anserine
2.
the female of such a bird, as opposed to the male (gander)
3.
(informal) a silly person
4.
(pl) gooses. a pressing iron with a long curving handle, used esp by tailors
5.
the flesh of the goose, used as food
6.
all his geese are swans, he constantly exaggerates the importance of a person or thing
7.
(informal) cook someone's goose
  1. to spoil someone's plans
  2. to bring about someone's ruin, downfall, etc
8.
kill the goose that lays the golden eggs, to sacrifice future benefits for the sake of momentary present needs See also golden goose
Word Origin
Old English gōs; related to Old Norse gās, Old High German gans, Old Irish gēiss swan, Greek khēn, Sanskrit hainsas

goose2

/ɡuːs/
verb
1.
(transitive) to prod (a person) playfully in the behind
noun (pl) gooses
2.
a playful prod in the behind
Word Origin
C19: from goose1, probably from a comparison with the jabbing of a goose's bill
Collins English Dictionary - Complete & Unabridged 2012 Digital Edition
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Word Origin and History for goose
n.

"a large waterfowl proverbially noted, I know not why, for foolishness" [Johnson], Old English gos, from Proto-Germanic *gans- "goose" (cf. Old Frisian gos, Old Norse gas, Old High German gans, German Gans "goose"), from PIE *ghans- (cf. Sanskrit hamsah (masc.), hansi (fem.), "goose, swan;" Greek khen; Latin anser; Polish gęś "goose;" Lithuanian zasis "goose;" Old Irish geiss "swan"), probably imitative of its honking.

Spanish ganso "goose" is from a Germanic source. Loss of "n" sound is normal before "s." Plural form geese is an example of i-mutation.

Meaning "simpleton" is from 1540s. To cook one's goose first attested 1845, of unknown origin; attempts to connect it to Swedish history and Greek fables have been unconvincing. Goose egg "zero" first attested 1866 in baseball slang. The goose that laid the golden egg is from Aesop.

v.

"jab in the rear," c.1880, from goose (n.), possibly from resemblance of the upturned thumb to a goose's beak. Related: Goosed; goosing. In 19c. theatrical slang, to be goosed meant "to be hissed" (by 1818).

Online Etymology Dictionary, © 2010 Douglas Harper
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Slang definitions & phrases for goose

goose

noun

  1. A rough prod in the anal region: He threatened a goose, and I cringed
  2. A strong verbal prodding: The whole bunch needed a good goose

verb

  1. To prod someone roughly and rudely in the anal region, usually as a coarse and amiable joke: As she was bending over her lab table, a playful lab assistant goosed her (1881+)
  2. To exhort strongly and irritably; goad harshly: and goosed the media into hyping them/ Every once in a while goose it with defense spending (1930s+)
  3. To run an engine at full speed or with spurts of high speed; gun: Vroom-vroom-vroom, he goosed the engine to full-throated life (1940s+)

Related Terms

cook someone's goose, as full of shit as a christmas goose, loose as a goose

[fr the presumed prodding action of an angry goose; influenced by an earlier sense, ''to do the sex act to; screw,'' where the instrument is a tailor's goose, a smoothing iron with a curved handle, found by 1690]

The Dictionary of American Slang, Fourth Edition by Barbara Ann Kipfer, PhD. and Robert L. Chapman, Ph.D.
Copyright (C) 2007 by HarperCollins Publishers.
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Idioms and Phrases with goose

goose

  • goose egg
  • goose pimples
also see:
  • cook someone's goose
  • gone coon (goose)
  • kill the goose that laid the golden eggs
  • sauce for the goose
  • wild goose chase
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