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deliver

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deliver/dɪˈlɪvɚ/verb
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deliver
/dɪˈlɪvɚ/
verb
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Learner's definition of DELIVER  
: to take (something) to a person or place
[+ object]
[no object]
[+ object]  : to say (something) officially or publicly : to present (a speech, statement, etc.) to a group of people
[no object]  : to do what you say you will do or what people expect you to do : to produce the promised, wanted, or expected results
   b  [+ object]  : to provide or produce (something)
— see also deliver the goods at 2good
[+ object] 
: to give birth to (a baby)
   b  : to help someone give birth to (a baby)
[+ object]  : to give control of (someone or something) to another person or group — + to or into
[+ object]  : to cause (something, such as a punch, a thrown ball, etc.) to hit or go to a person or place
[+ object]chiefly US  : to get (votes) for a particular person or issue in an election
[+ object]formal + literary  : to free (someone) from something

deliver yourself of

formal
: to make, create, or produce (something)

— deliverable

/dɪˈlɪvərəbəl/adjective

— deliverable

noun,pluraldeliverables[count]
— usually plural

— deliverer

/dɪˈlivɚrɚ/noun,pluraldeliverers[count]
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