deliver (a speech, oration, or idea)
"The commencement speaker presented a forceful speech that impressed the students"
extradite, rescue, portray, hand over, demo, exhibit, introduce, show, return, acquaint, save, fork over, fork up, present, have, lay out, deport, give, surrender, redeem, gift, salute, give up, turn in, birth, represent, render, pitch, cede, confront, demonstrate, stage, fork out, face, award, drive home, pose, give birth, submit, bear
bring to a destination, make a delivery
"our local super market delivers"
hand over, fork over, fork out, fork up, turn in, deliver, render(verb)
to surrender someone or something to another
"the guard delivered the criminal to the police"; "render up the prisoners"; "render the town to the enemy"; "fork over the money"
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free from harm or evil
extradite, deliver, deport(verb)
hand over to the authorities of another country
"They extradited the fugitive to his native country so he could be tried there"
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render, deliver, return(verb)
"render a verdict"; "deliver a judgment"
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utter (an exclamation, noise, etc.)
"The students delivered a cry of joy"
deliver, redeem, save(verb)
save from sins
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deliver, drive home(verb)
carry out or perform
"deliver an attack", "deliver a blow"; "The boxer drove home a solid left"
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surrender, cede, deliver, give up(verb)
relinquish possession or control over
"The squatters had to surrender the building after the police moved in"
spare, fork up, extradite, rescue, abandon, hand over, forfeit, surrender, dispense with, return, resign, save, fork over, forgo, concede, have, relinquish, throw in, deport, part with, fall by the wayside, redeem, lay off, waive, throw overboard, allow, cease, throw in the towel, give up, grant, discontinue, turn in, birth, stop, render, pitch, cede, present, yield, chuck up the sponge, renounce, fork out, drop out, free, drive home, drop by the wayside, kick, release, vacate, forego, give birth, quit, bear
throw or hurl from the mound to the batter, as in baseball
"The pitcher delivered the ball"
cant, gear, extradite, rescue, huckster, hand over, surrender, cant over, flip, return, tilt, save, fork over, fork up, present, have, deport, redeem, peddle, sky, slant, give up, turn in, birth, render, pitch, lurch, toss, hawk, set up, shift, incline, fork out, cede, slope, drive home, vend, give birth, monger, bear
give birth, deliver, bear, birth, have(verb)
cause to be born
"My wife had twins yesterday!"
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English Synonyms and Antonyms
To give is primarily to transfer to another's possession or ownership without compensation; in its secondary sense in popular use, it is to put into another's possession by any means and on any terms whatever; a buyer may say "Give me the goods, and I will give you the money;" we speak of giving answers, information, etc., and often of giving what is not agreeable to the recipient, as blows, medicine, reproof; but when there is nothing in the context to indicate the contrary, give is always understood in its primary sense; as, this book was given me. Give thus becomes, like get, a term of such general import as to be a synonym for a wide variety of words. To grant is to put into one's possession in some formal way, or by authoritative act; as, Congress grants lands to a railroad corporation. To speak of granting a favor carries a claim or concession of superiority on the part of the one by whom the grant may be made; to confer has a similar sense; as, to confer a degree or an honor; we grant a request or petition, but do not confer it. To impart is to give of that which one still, to a greater or less degree, retains; the teacher imparts instruction. To bestow is to give that of which the receiver stands in especial need; we bestow alms.
We give money to a person for a thing, for a purpose, etc. (or without proposition, give a person a sum of money); we give a thing to or into one's care or keeping; the weary fugitive gave himself up to his pursuers.
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How to use deliver in a sentence?
I am pushing for the promised 5.3 million cars to really be upgraded by the end of the year, we are nearly done with the 2.5 million affected VW cars. For the other voluntary upgrades I have informed the manufacturers that they must present a time plan showing when they will deliver.
We are already taking vigorous action which I have no doubt will deliver results, this may require weeks more. It could also be that it will require months more. But the terror will not defeat us, we will defeat the terror.
Companies must deliver on the earnings front, the Greek crisis is still unresolved and there is political instability in Spain. Against this uncertain backdrop, investors should be opportunistic and seek to buy on the dips and sell during the moments of euphoria.
There's been no decision, so the team is working and I am sure we will have lots of conversations to deliver what the president has made clear, absent a substantial fix, absent overcoming the flaws of the deal, he is unlikely to stay in that deal.
Now is the time for all of us, the State Department and others to deliver, to implement the agreement between President Trump and Chairman Kim, to think this would happen in the course of a handful of hours would have been ludicrous.
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- избавям, раждам, освобождавам, доставямBulgarian
- doručit, osvobodit, odvázat, poroditCzech
- tage imod, overbringe, nedkomme, omdele, levere, udlevere, barsle, ombære, befri, overgive, indlevere, udfri, holde, udbringe, forløse, aflevere, overlevereDanish
- erlösen, liefern, befreien, abliefern, gebärenGerman
- entregar, parir, liberar, dar a luzSpanish
- kuljettaa, pitää, toimittaa, vapaa, vapauttaa, synnyttää, päästää, kätilöidä, luovuttaaFinnish
- lìbhrigScottish Gaelic
- szállít, megszabadítHungarian
- 引き渡す, 届ける, 演説する, 解放する, 手渡す, 出産する, 配達する, 説くJapanese
- هنتر, hantarMalay
- afleveren, bevrijden, barenDutch
- befri, levereNorwegian
- parir, entregar, dar à luz, libertarPortuguese
- доставить, доставлятьRussian
- oslobòditi, dòstaviti, poròditiSerbo-Croatian
- föda, förlösa, levereraSwedish
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