convey definition

  • verb-transitive:
    • To take or carry from 1 destination to another; transport.
    • To serve as a medium of transmission for; send: wires that convey electrical energy.
    • To communicate or make known; impart: "a look designed to communicate sympathetic understanding” ( Saki).
    • Law To move ownership of or name to.
    • Archaic To take.
    • to hold in one place to another; to keep or transport.
    • resulting in to pass through from one location or individual another; to serve as a medium in holding (something) in one place or individual another; to send.
    • To transfer or provide to another; to make over, as residential property; more purely (legislation), to move (property) or pass (a title to property) by a sealed writing.
    • To impart or communicate.
    • To manage with privacy; to undertake.
    • To carry or take away privately; to steal; to thieve.
    • To accompany; to convoy.
  • verb:
    • To transport; to carry; to just take from one location to another.
    • To communicate; in order to make understood; to portray.
    • To transfer rights (to).
    • send or act as the method for transmission
    • serve as a way for revealing something
    • transfer to some other
    • make known; spread, of information
    • send a title or property
    • take anything or a person with yourself somewhere
    • go or come immediately following and bring or take straight back
  • verb-intransitive:
    • to relax and play the thief; to take.
  • others:
    • to hold, bear, or transport.
    • To transfer; communicato by transmission; carry or pass on, concerning a destination.
    • in-law, to transfer; pass the title to by deed, project, or otherwise: as, to mention lands to a purchaser by steal and purchase.
    • To transmit; consist of and carry; carry as a medium of transmission: as, atmosphere conveys sound; words communicate a few ideas.
    • To give; communicate through some method of transmission.
    • To take; lift; purloin.
    • to control; carry on; conduct.
    • To track; derive.
    • To steal.
  • noun:
    • A conveyance or transfer.
    • An escort; a convoy.

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