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- (transitive) If you deliver something, you bring it to the person or place where it belongs.
- The award was delivered to her personally by the president.
- His mother delivered him to the meeting place right on time.
- (transitive) If you deliver a speech, you speak in front of a number of people.
- (transitive & intransitive) If you deliver, you do what you promised or had to do.
- A promise from the government doesn't mean that they will actually deliver.
- (transitive) If you deliver a hit, kick, etc. to someone, you hit them.
- (transitive) If someone delivers a baby, they help it out of the mother when it is born.
- Joan Ellen Montgomery, 4.8 kg, was delivered last night at the Greenville hospital.
- (transitive) If you deliver someone from something bad, you help them get away from it.