deliver

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  • The last he delivered was to high school students in the town of his birth.
  • Since products are delivered as needed, stores do not need large stock areas.
  • As before, she stood ready to deliver call-fire support as needed.
  • The first two million copies sold in Japan were delivered in only two months.
  • They have not yet been delivered for broad market use.
  • They hold the most seats in the community council and deliver the mayor.
  • The museum also developed higher education, and now delivers a master's degree.
  • Because the union did not deliver what it had promised, it lost support and members.
  • To support his family, he often did other work, such as delivering newspapers.
  • When the time came to start recording, however, he did not deliver any lyrics.
  • Of the Twelve one will be delivered into his hands.
  • Five of these were produced, but only four were ultimately delivered with one being lost during a test flight.
  • Enemies sometimes beg for their life if the player has delivered enough damage to them.
  • The load had to come from one state and be delivered to another state or territory.
  • It also includes economic activity such as the delivering of goods or services.
  • With the letter delivered, a deal was on the table.
  • Every company must deliver an annual return to Companies House at least once every twelve months.
  • The technology delivers high-performance while remaining cost-effective during the manufacturing process.
  • Some of the greatest examples of public speaking are well known and studied years after the speech was delivered.
  • The director encouraged them to deliver their lines as well as they had in the original read-through.
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Meaning of deliver

  • verb Deliver (a speech, oration, or idea)
    The commencement speaker presented a forceful speech that impressed the students
  • verb Bring to a destination, make a delivery
    our local super market delivers
  • verb Utter (an exclamation, noise, etc.)
    The students delivered a cry of joy
  • verb Save from sins
  • verb Carry out or perform
    deliver an attack", "deliver a blow, The boxer drove home a solid left
  • verb Throw or hurl from the mound to the batter, as in baseball
    The pitcher delivered the ball