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deliver
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English - Vietnamese Dictionary
deliver /di'livə/
  • ngoại động từ
    • (+ from) cứu, cứu khỏi, giải thoát
    • phân phát (thư), phân phối, giao (hàng)
    • đọc, phát biểu, giãi bày, bày tỏ
      • to deliver a speech: đọc một bài diễn văn
      • to deliver oneself of an opinion: giãi bày ý kiến
      • to deliver a judgement: tuyên án
    • giáng, ném, phóng, bắn ra; mở (cuộc tấn công)
      • to deliver an assault on the enemy: mở cuộc tấn công quân địch
    • có công suất là (máy nước, máy điện...); cung cấp (điện) cho (máy...)
    • (kỹ thuật) dỡ, tháo... (ở khuôn ra)
    • to be delivered of
      • sinh đẻ ((nghĩa đen) & (nghĩa bóng))
    • to be delivered of a child: sinh một đứa con
    • to be delivered of a poem: rặn ra được một bài thơ
    • to deliver over
      • giao trả, chuyển giao, chuyển nhượng
    • to deliver over an estate to one's son: chuyển nhượng tài sản cho con trai
    • to deliver up
      • trả lại, giao nộp
    • to deliver oneself up: đầu hàng
    • to deliver something up to somebody: nộp cái gì cho ai
    • to deliver battle
      • giao chiến
    • to deliver the goods
      • (nghĩa bóng) thực hiện điều cam kết
Concise Dictionary
delivers|delivered|deliveringdɪ'lɪvə
verb
+deliver (a speech, oration, or idea)
+bring to a destination, make a delivery
+to surrender someone or something to another
+free from harm or evil
+hand over to the authorities of another country
+pass down
+utter (an exclamation, noise, etc.)
+save from sins
+carry out or perform
+relinquish possession or control over
+throw or hurl from the mound to the batter, as in baseball
+cause_to_be_born

Thesaurus Dictionary
v.
1 carry, bring, convey, distribute, give or hand out; purvey, take round; cart, transport:
Only in a few places in the world do they still deliver milk to the door.
2 hand over, give, surrender, cede, yield, make over, relinquish, give up or over, commit, transfer, turn over, resign:
We were forced to deliver our children to the enemy as hostages.
3 set free, liberate, enfranchise, extricate, release, save, rescue; emancipate, manumit, redeem; disencumber, disburden, ransom:
They were delivered from certain death by the arrival of the helicopter. Modern appliances have delivered millions of women from the drudgery of housework.
4 give, present, utter, read, broadcast; proclaim, announce, declare, set forth, communicate, make known, express, publish, hand over, hand out, promulgate, pronounce, enunciate:
He has to deliver a speech tonight. The police delivered an ultimatum to the terrorists.
5 give, administer, inflict, deal, direct, send, launch, impart, throw; cast, hurl, shoot, discharge, fire:
He delivered a blow on the chin that knocked me out. The ball was delivered with enormous speed.
6 bring forth, bear, give birth to, bring into the world:
In the next three years, she delivered three more girls.
7 produce, perform, put one's money where one's mouth is:
Roger had better deliver, or we shall have to take drastic measures.
Advanced English Dictionary
+ verb
take goods / letters
1 ~ (sth) (to sb/sth) to take goods, letters, etc. to the person or people they have been sent to; to take sb somewhere: [VN] Leaflets have been delivered to every household. + Do you have your milk delivered? + [V] We promise to deliver within 48 hours.
give speech
2 [VN] to give a speech, talk, etc. or other official statement: She is due to deliver a lecture on genetic engineering. + He delivered his lines confidently. + The jury finally delivered its verdict.
keep promise
3 ~ (on sth) to do what you promised to do or what you are expected to do; to produce or provide what people expect you to: [V] He has promised to finish the job by June and I am sure he will deliver. + She always delivers on her promises. + [VN] If you can't deliver improved sales figures, you're fired. + The team delivered a stunning victory last night. + Successive administrations have failed to deliver adequate funding for education. + the failure of successive governments to deliver economic growth
give to sb's control
4 [VN] ~ sb/sth (up / over) (to sb) (formal) to give sb/sth to sb else so that they are under this person's control: They delivered their prisoner over to the invading army.
baby
5 [VN] ~ a baby to help a woman to give birth to a baby: The baby was delivered by Caesarean section.
6 [VN] be delivered of a baby (formal) to give birth to a baby: She was delivered of a healthy boy.
throw
7 [VN] to throw or aim sth: He delivered the blow (= hit sb hard) with all his force.
rescue
8 [VN] ~ sb (from sth) (old use) to rescue sb from sth bad: Deliver us from evil.
Idioms see GOODS, SIGN v.
Collocation Dictionary
verb

1 goods/letters

ADV.

free of charge
The company will deliver free of charge.
| by hand
The package had been delivered by hand.

PREP.

to
The letter was delivered to his office.

PHRASES

have sth delivered
You can either collect the goods or have them delivered.

2 baby

ADV.

safely
The baby was delivered safely on Tuesday night.
| by Caesarean (section)



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