Verb(1) deliver (a speech, oration, or idea(2) bring to a destination, make a delivery(3) to surrender someone or something to another(4) free from harm or evil(5) hand over to the authorities of another country(6) pass down(7) utter (an exclamation, noise, etc.(8) save from sins(9) carry out or perform(10) relinquish possession or control over(11) throw or hurl from the mound to the batter, as in baseball(12) cause to be born
(1) I want you to deliver this letter for me and bring a response back.(2) If he can deliver the British people to the Euro leaders, the Presidency of Europe awaits him.(3) But when, as they surely will, the firefighters deliver a thumping vote for strike action, they will become the focus for public sector pay.(4) He said the achievements of the past five years were an effective guarantee that he would deliver his promises.(5) deliver us from misery(6) we'll deliver direct to your door(7) They will deliver their vote and walk away, and those of us who give a damn will be left to clean up after them.(8) The trial judge is likely to deliver a verdict in September to the three men at the prison where they are detained.(9) I was about to enter and deliver a stiff lecture on the evils of strong drink when I thought the better of it and turned on my heels.(10) The ballot is on, and now we have to deliver an overwhelming vote for action.(11) He sent a messenger to deliver the letter to the edge of the barrier and throw it to one of the prisoners within the dome.(12) Last week's climbdown came in the face of mounting evidence that union members were to deliver a resounding vote this week for fresh strikes.(13) Come the general elections, it will be mobilising its membership to turn out at the polls to deliver a majority vote.(14) Maybe they will give him a campaign contribution, but how many votes will they deliver to the member in 12 months' time?(15) Suddenly, regular citizens could go to town when they wanted, get supplies when they needed them, deliver goods directly to sellers.(16) he had been able to deliver votes in huge numbers
(1) deliver to :: auina atu i
(2) deliver a speech :: tuuina atu se lauga
(3) deliver the goods :: laveai le oloa
(4) deliver on :: laveai i
(5) deliver up :: avaʻe
(6) deliver goods :: tuuina atu oloa
(7) deliver baby :: laveai pepe
(8) deliver a child :: auina atu se tamaitiiti
1. bring ::
2. hand over ::
3. save ::
4. utter ::
5. administer ::
6. throw ::
7. provide ::
8. fulfill ::
9. give birth to ::
tuuina atu i le fanau mai
10. pitch ::
11. give birth ::
12. cede ::
13. drive home ::
taavale i le fale
14. deport ::
15. fork over ::
16. present ::
17. rescue ::
18. return ::
1. adventure ::
mea lē mautinoa
2. compromise ::
3. endanger ::
4. hazard ::
5. imperil ::
6. jeopardize ::
7. peril ::
8. risk ::
9. venture ::
deliver, deliverable, delivered, deliverer, deliverers, delivering, delivers
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to DELIVER Ser Jaime to King's Landing.
Game of Thrones Season 3, Episode 3
And you've waited this long
to DELIVER the information?
Game of Thrones Season 2, Episode 4
I need you to DELIVER Lysa Arryn.
Game of Thrones Season 2, Episode 3
Although I do often DELIVER
alarming biopsy results to my patients.
The Big Bang Theory Season 8, Episode 7
But there's no way it could be.
lt has to DELIVER a concentrated dose.
Breaking Bad Season 4, Episode 4
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