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delivery Explained

delivery at CMU American English spelling Of Explained:


delivery at English => English (Longman) Of Explained:

W3S2 n plural deliveries //
1 [U and C] the act of bringing goods, letters etc to a particular person or place, or the things that are brought: --Most Indian restaurants offer free delivery.// --You can expect delivery in a week to ten days.// --fresh milk deliveries// delivery of// --deliveries of food and supplies// on delivery// (=when something is delivered) // --The restaurant pays cash on delivery for fish, which the local fishermen like.//
2 take delivery of sth: to officially accept something large that you have bought// --We expect to take delivery of the aircraft sometime in June.//
3 [C] the process of giving birth to a child: labour// --Mrs Howell had an easy delivery.// --Liz was taken to the delivery room (=a room in a hospital for births) immediately.//
4 [U] the way in which someone speaks in public: --You'll have to work on your delivery.//

delivery at English => English (Moby Thesaurus II) Of Explained:

176 Moby Thesaurus words for "delivery":
Emancipation Proclamation, abalienation, accommodation, accordance,
accouchement, affranchisement, alienation, amortization,
amortizement, articulation, assignation, assignment, attack, award,
awarding, bargain and sale, barter, bearing, bequeathal, bestowal,
bestowment, birth, birth throes, birthing, blessed event, break,
breakout, cession, childbearing, childbed, childbirth,
communication, concession, conduction, conferment, conferral,
confinement, consignation, consignment, contagion, contribution,
convection, conveyance, conveyancing, deeding, deliverance, demise,
deportation, diapedesis, diffusion, disenthrallment, disposal,
disposition, dissemination, distribution, donation, emancipation,
emergence, endowment, enfeoffment, enfranchisement, enunciation,
escape, escapism, evasion, exchange, execution, export,
exportation, expression, expulsion, extradition, extrication,
flight, freeing, furnishment, gay liberation, genesis, getaway,
gifting, giving, giving birth, grant, granting, hatching,
having a baby, impartation, impartment, import, importation,
interchange, investiture, issuance, issue, jailbreak, labor, leak,
leakage, lease and release, liberality, liberation, lifesaving,
manumission, metastasis, metathesis, metempsychosis, migration,
multiparity, mutual transfer, nascency, nativity, offer, osmosis,
outlet, parturition, passage, passing over, performance, perfusion,
phonation, presentation, presentment, prisonbreak, pronunciation,
provision, ransom, recovery, redemption, release, rescue,
retrieval, riddance, sale, salvage, salvation, saving,
setting at liberty, setting-free, settlement, settling, spread,
spreading, subscription, supplying, surrender, the Nativity,
the stork, trading, transduction, transfer, transfer of property,
transference, transfusion, transit, transition, translation,
translocation, transmigration, transmigration of souls,
transmission, transmittal, transmittance, transplacement,
transplantation, transport, transportation, transposal,
transposition, travail, travel, utterance, vent, vesting,
vocalization, voicing, vouchsafement

delivery at English => English (English Thesaurus) Of Explained:

[N] (Speech): speech, locution, talk, parlance, oral communication, word of mouth, palaver, oration, recitation, delivery, oratory, elocution, eloquence.

[N] (Giving): giving, bestowal, donation, presentation, concession, delivery, consignment, communication, endowment, investment, investiture, award, charity, liberality, generosity.

delivery at English => English (Oxford Advanced Learners) Of Explained:

noun (plural deliveries)

1 [U, C] the act of taking goods, letters, etc. to the people they have been sent to:
a delivery van * Please pay for goods on delivery (= when you receive them). * Allow 28 days for delivery. * Is there a postal / mail delivery on Saturdays? * (formal) When can you take delivery of (= be available to receive) the car? * (figurative) the delivery of public services

2 [C, U] the process of giving birth to a baby:
an easy / difficult delivery * a delivery room / ward (= in a hospital, etc.)

3 [sing.] the way in which sb speaks, sings a song, etc. in public:
The beautiful poetry was ruined by her poor delivery.

4 [C] a ball that is thrown, especially in cricket or baseball:
a fast delivery

DELIVERY at English => English (Bouviers Law) Of Explained:

of something: a classic example/mistake, or something elegant but simple and traditional: classic design.
Classical describes a form of traditional Western music and other things that are traditional in style: a classical composer * a classical theory.It is also used to talk about things that are connected with the culture of Ancient Greece and Rome: a classical scholar * classical mythology.
______________________________adjective [usually before noun]
1 widely accepted and used for a long time; traditional in style or idea:
the classical economics of Smith and Ricardo * the classical theory of unemployment * classical and modern ballet / dance
2 connected with or influenced by the culture of ancient Greece and Rome:
classical studies * a classical scholar (= an expert in Latin and Greek) * classical architecture
3 (of music) written in a Western musical tradition, usually using an established form (for example a SYMPHONY) and not played on electronic instruments. Classical music is generally considered to be serious and to have a lasting value:
He plays classical music, as well as pop and jazz. * a classical album / composer / violinist
These are classical examples of food allergy.
5 (of a language) ancient in its form and no longer used in a spoken form:
classical Arabic
6 simple and attractive:
the classical elegance of the design
classically adverb:
Her face is classically beautiful. * Classically, pregnant women start to 'nest' shortly before the baby is born. * a classically educated reader * classically trained singers / dancersnoun [U]
1 a style of art and literature that is simple and elegant and is based on the styles of ancient Greece and Rome. Classicism was popular in Europe in the 18th century.
2 a style or form that has simple, natural qualities and pleasing combinations of partsnoun
1 a person who studies ancient Greek or Latin
2 a person who follows classicism in art or literatureadjective
that you can or should CLASSIFY:
The information was not easily classifiable. * top-secret or classifiable informationnoun
1 [U] the act or process of putting people or things into a group or class (= of CLASSIFYING them):
a style of music that defies classification (= is like no other)
2 [C] a group, class, division, etc. into which sb or sth is put
3 [U] (biology) the act of putting animals, plants, etc. into groups, classes or divisions according to their characteristics:
The classification of bony fish is extremely complicated.
4 [C] (technical) a system of arranging books, tapes, magazines, etc. in a library into groups according to their subjectadjective [usually before noun]
1 (of information) officially secret and available only to particular people:
classified information / documents / material
2 with information arranged in groups according to subjects:
a classified catalogue
3 (classifieds) noun [pl.] = CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS(also classified ads, classifieds) (BrE also small ads) (AmE also want ads) noun
[pl.] the section in a newspaper with small advertisements arranged in groups according to their subject, that are placed by people or small companies who want to buy or sell sth, find or offer a job, etc.verb (classifies, classifying, classified, classified) [VN]
1 to arrange sth in groups according to features that they have in common:
The books in the library are classified according to subject. * Patients are classified into three categories. * All rural settlements were classified according to their size. * people classified by ethnic group * These can be classified under five headings.
2 ~ sb/sth as sth to decide which type or group sb/sth belongs to:
Only eleven of these accidents were classified as major. * Would you classify it as a hard drug or a soft drug?adjective
1 (approving) with no divisions into social classes:
Will Britain ever become a classless society?
2 not clearly belonging to a particular social class:
a classless accent
classlessness noun [U]noun
a person who is or was in the same class as you at school or collegenoun
a room where a class of children or students is taught:
classroom activities * the use of computers in the classroomadjective
(classier, classiest) (informal) of high quality; expensive and/or fashionable:
a classy player * a classy hotel / restaurantverb
1 [V] if hard objects clatter, they knock together and make a loud noise:
He dropped the knife and it clattered on the stone floor. * Her cup clattered in the saucer.
2 [V +adv./prep.] to move making a loud noise like hard objects knocking together:
The cart clattered over the cobbles. * She heard him clattering around downstairs.
clatter (also clattering) noun [sing.]:
the clatter of horses' hoofsnoun
1 (grammar) a group of words that includes a subject and a verb, and forms a sentence or part of a sentence:
In the sentence 'They often go to Italy because they love the food', 'They often go to Italy' is the main clause and 'because they love the food' is a subordinate clause.
2 an item in a legal document that says that a particular thing must or must not be done:
There is a clause in the contract forbidding tenants to sublet.noun
[U] an extreme fear of being in a small enclosed place; the unpleasant feeling that a person gets in a situation which restricts them:
to suffer from claustrophobia * She felt she had to escape from the claustrophobia of suburban family life.
compare AGORAPHOBIAadjective
giving you claustrophobia; suffering from claustrophobia:
the claustrophobic atmosphere of the room * to feel claustrophobicnoun
an early type of musical instrument, like a piano with a very soft tonenoun
(anatomy) the COLLARBONEnoun, verb

1 one of the sharp curved nails on the end of an animal's or a bird's foot:
The cat lashed out with its claws.

2 a long, sharp curved part of the body of some types of SHELLFISH, used for catching and holding things:
the claws of a crab

3 part of a tool or machine, like a claw, used for holding, pulling or lifting things:
a claw hammer (= used for pulling out nails)

get your claws into sb
1 (disapproving) if a woman gets her claws into a man, she tries hard to make him marry her or to have a relationship with her:
She's really got her claws into you!
2 to criticize sb severely:
Wait until the media gets its claws into her.
more at RED adj.
verb ~ (at) sb/sth to scratch or tear sb/sth with claws or with your fingernails: [V] The cat was clawing at the leg of the chair. * (figurative) Branches clawed at her hair. * [VN] She had clawed Stephen across the face. * (figurative) His hands clawed the air.
claw your way back, into sth, out of sth, to sth, etc. to gradually achieve sth or move somewhere by using a lot of determination and effort:
She clawed her way to the top of her profession. * Slowly, he clawed his way out from under the collapsed building.
claw sth<->back
1 to get sth back that you have lost, usually by using a lot of effort:
The company is trying to claw back its share of the market. * Newcastle managed to claw a goal back.
2 (of a government) to get back money that has been paid to people, usually by taxing them:
The Chancellor is expected to claw back 」2.8 billion in the budget.
related noun CLAWBACKnoun
(BrE, business) the act of getting money back from people it has been paid to; the money that is paid backnoun
[U] a type of heavy, sticky earth that becomes hard when it is baked and is used to make things such as pots and bricks
IDIOMS see FOOT n.noun
a tennis court that has a surface made of clay(BrE) (AmE skeet shooting) noun
a sport in which a disc of baked clay (called a clay pigeon) is thrown into the air for people to shoot atadjective
containing clay; like clay:
clayey soilnoun
a large SWORD with a broad blade with two sharp edges that was used in Scotland in the pastadjective, verb, adverb, noun
adjective (cleaner, cleanest)
not dirty
1 not dirty:
Are your hands clean? * to wipe / brush sth clean * The hotel was spotlessly (= extremely) clean. * (BrE) It is your responsibility to keep the room clean and tidy. * (AmE) Keep your room neat and clean. * I can't find a clean shirt (= one I haven't worn since it was washed).
2 having a clean appearance and clean surroundings:
Cats are very clean animals.
not harmful
3 free from harmful or unpleasant substances:
clean drinking water * clean air * We all want a cleaner environment but who is going to pay for it? * the cleaner cars of the future (= not producing so many harmful substances) * Electric buses are a clean, environmentally friendly way to travel.
4 [usually before noun] with nothing written on it:
a clean sheet of paper
not offensive
5 not offensive or referring to sex; not doing anything that is considered immoral or bad:
The entertainment was good clean fun for the whole family. * Keep the jokes clean please! * The sport has a very clean image.
not illegal
6 not showing or having any record of doing sth that is against the law:
a clean driving licence / driver's license * a clean police record
7 (slang) not owning or carrying anything illegal such as drugs or weapons:
The police searched her but she was clean.
8 played or done in a fair way and within the rules:
It was a tough but clean game.
smooth / simple
9 having a smooth edge, surface or shape; simple and regular:
A sharp knife makes a clean cut. * a modern design with clean lines and a bright appearance
10 done in a skilful and accurate way:
The plane made a clean take-off.
taste / smell
11 tasting, smelling or looking pleasant and fresh:
The wine has a clean taste and a lovely golden colour.
compare UNCLEAN
as clean as a whistle (informal) very clean
a clean bill of health a report that says sb is healthy or that sth is in good condition:
Doctors gave him a clean bill of health after a series of tests and examinations. * The building was given a clean bill of health by the surveyor.
a clean break
1 a complete separation from a person, an organization, a way of life, etc:
She wanted to make a clean break with the past.
2 a break in a bone in one place
a clean sheet / slate a record of your work or behaviour that does not show any mistakes or bad things that you have done:
No government operates with a completely clean sheet. * They kept a clean sheet in the match (= no goals were scored against them).
make a clean breast of sth to tell the truth about sth so that you no longer feel guilty:
He made a clean breast of everything and admitted taking the money.
make a clean sweep (of sth)
1 to remove all the people or things from an organization that are thought to be unnecessary or need changing:
The new manager made a clean sweep of the department.
2 to win all the prizes or parts of a game or competition; to win an election completely:
China made a clean sweep of the medals in the gymnastics events. * The opinion poll suggests a clean sweep for the Democrats.
more at NOSE n., WIPE v.

1 to make sth free from dirt or dust by washing or rubbing it:
[VN] to clean the windows / bath / floor * to clean a wound * Have you cleaned your teeth? * The villa is cleaned twice a week. * [V] I spent all day cooking and cleaning.

2 [V] to become clean:
This oven cleans easily (= is easy to clean).

This coat is filthy. I'll have it cleaned.
4 [VN] to remove the inside parts of a fish, chicken, etc. before you cook it:
Clean the fish and remove the backbone.
clean house (AmE)
1 to remove people or things that are not necessary or wanted:
The new manager said he wanted to clean house.
2 to make your house clean
clean up your act (informal) to start behaving in a moral or responsible way:
He cleaned up his act and came off drugs.
clean sth<->down to clean sth thoroughly:
All the equipment should be cleaned down regularly.
clean sth off / from sth | clean sth<->off to remove sth from sth by brushing, rubbing, etc:
I cleaned the mud off my shoes.
clean sth<->out to clean the inside of sth thoroughly:
I must clean the fish tank out.
clean sb out (informal) to use all of sb's money:
Paying for all those drinks has cleaned me out.
clean sb/sth out (informal) to steal everything from a person or place:
The burglars totally cleaned her out.
clean (yourself) up (informal) to make yourself clean, usually by washing:
I need to change and clean up. * Go and clean yourself up. * You'd better get cleaned up.
related noun CLEAN-UP
clean up | clean sth<->up
1 to remove dirt, etc. from somewhere:
He always expected other people to clean up after him (= when he had made the place dirty or untidy). * Who's going to clean up this mess? * to clean up beaches after an oil spillage * a commitment to clean up the environment * It took me the rest of the day to clean (the place) up.
related noun CLEAN-UP
2 (informal) to win or make a lot of money:
This film should clean up at the box offices.
clean sth<->up to remove crime and immoral behaviour from a place or an activity:
The new mayor is determined to clean up the city. * Soccer needs to clean up its image.
related noun CLEAN-UP
adverb (informal) used to emphasize that an action takes place completely:
The thief got clean away. * I clean forgot about calling him.
come clean (with sb) (about sth) to admit and explain sth that you have kept as a secret:
Isn't it time the government came clean about their plans for education?
noun [sing.] the act or process of cleaning sth:
The house needed a good clean.adjective
(especially of a young man) looking neat and clean and therefore socially acceptable:
Simon's clean-cut good looksadjective
a man who is clean-shaven does not have a BEARD or MOUSTACHE (= hair that has been allowed to grow on the face)noun
[usually sing.] the process of removing dirt, POLLUTION, or things that are considered bad or immoral from a place:
The clean-up of the river is going to take months. * a clean-up campaign / operation / programmenoun
1 a person whose job is to clean other people's houses or offices, etc:
an office cleaner
2 a machine or substance that is used for cleaning:
a vacuum cleaner * a bottle of kitchen cleaner
3 (cleaner's) (plural cleaners) (also dry-cleaner's) a shop/store where clothes and fabrics are cleaned, especially with chemicals:
Can you pick up my suit from the cleaner's?
take sb to the cleaners (informal)
1 to rob or che

Delivery at English => English (Websters 1913) Of Explained:

Delivery \De*liv"er*y\, n.; pl. {Deliveries}.
1. The act of delivering from restraint; rescue; release;
liberation; as, the delivery of a captive from his

2. The act of delivering up or over; surrender; transfer of
the body or substance of a thing; distribution; as, the
delivery of a fort, of hostages, of a criminal, of goods,
of letters.

3. The act or style of utterance; manner of speaking; as, a
good delivery; a clear delivery.

4. The act of giving birth; parturition; the expulsion or
extraction of a fetus and its membranes.

5. The act of exerting one's strength or limbs.

Neater limbs and freer delivery. --Sir H.

6. The act or manner of delivering a ball; as, the pitcher
has a swift delivery.

delivery at English => English (Websters 1913) Of Explained:

Pronunciation \Pro*nun`ci*a"tion\ (?; 277), n. [F.
pronunciation, L. pronunciatio. See {Pronounce}.]
1. The act of uttering with articulation; the act of giving
the proper sound and accent; utterance; as, the
pronunciation of syllables of words; distinct or
indistinct pronunciation.

2. The mode of uttering words or sentences.

3. (Rhet.) The art of manner of uttering a discourse publicly
with propriety and gracefulness; -- now called {delivery}.
--J. Q. Adams.

delivery at English => English (WordNet) Of Explained:

n 1: the act of delivering or distributing something (as goods or
mail); "his reluctant delivery of bad news" [syn: {bringing}]
2: the event of giving birth; "she had a difficult delivery"
3: your characteristic style or manner of expressing yourself
orally; "his manner of speaking was quite abrupt"; "her
speech was barren of southernisms"; "I detected a slight
accent in his speech" [syn: {manner of speaking}, {speech}]
4: the voluntary transfer of something (title or possession)
from one party to another [syn: {livery}, {legal transfer}]
5: (baseball) the throwing of a baseball by a pitcher to a
batter [syn: {pitch}]
6: recovery or preservation from loss or danger; "work is the
deliverance of mankind"; "a surgeon's job is the saving of
lives" [syn: {rescue}, {deliverance}, {saving}]
7: the act of delivering a child [syn: {obstetrical delivery}]

delivery at English (WD) Of Explained:



* Inter: a » UK Inter: IPA » /dɪˈlɪvɹi/


Inter: en-noun » deliveries
  • The act of conveying something
    1. : The delivery was completed by four.
    2. The item which has been conveyed
    3. : Your delivery is on the table.
    4. The act of giving birth
    5. : The delivery was painful.
    6. Inter: basebal » l A pitching motion
    7. : ''His delivery has a catch in it.
    8. Inter: basebal » l A thrown pitch
    9. : ''Here is the delivery; ... strike three!
    10. The manner of speaking
    11. : The actors delivery was flawless.''
    12. 1919, Category: w - :William Somerset Maugham|W. Somerset Maugham, Category: w - :The Moon and Sixpence|The Moon and Sixpence, Category: s - :The Moon and Sixpence/Chapter LV|chapter 55
    13. : I shall not tell what Dr. Coutras related to me in his words, but in my own, for I cannot hope to give at second hand any impression of his vivacious delivery.
    14. Inter: quote-news »

    |date=June 3
    |author=Nathan Rabin
    |title=TV: Review: THE SIMPSONS (CLASSIC): “Mr. Plow” (season 4, episode 9; originally aired 11/19/1992)
    |passage=Half of the comedy in West’s self-deprecating appearance on “Mr. Plow” comes from the veteran actor’s purring, self-satisfied delivery as he tells a deeply unnerved Bart and Lisa of the newfangled, less groovy cinematic Batman
    1. Inter: medicin » e administration of a drug
    2. : Drug delivery system.
    3. Inter: cricke » t A ball bowled
    4. Inter: curlin » g The process of throwing a stone


      Inter: trans-top » act of conveying something

  • Arabic: Inter: t- » ar|توصيل|m|tr=tawSiil, Inter: t- » ar|تسليم|m|tr=tasliim, Inter: t- » ar|توزيع|m|tr=tawzii3
  • Bulgarian: Inter: t+ » bg|доставка|f
  • Chinese:
  • : Mandarin: Inter: t » cmn|投遞|sc=Hani, Inter: t » cmn|投递|tr=tóudì|sc=Hani, Inter: t » cmn|傳遞|sc=Hani, Inter: t » cmn|传递|tr=chuándì|sc=Hani, Inter: qualifier » goods Inter: t » cmn|交貨|sc=Hani, Inter: t » cmn|交货|tr=jiāohuò|sc=Hani, Inter: t- » cmn|遞送|sc=Hani, Inter: t- » cmn|递送|tr=dìsòng|sc=Hani
  • Czech: Inter: t- » cs|doručení|n
  • Dutch: Inter: t+ » nl|levering|f
  • Finnish: Inter: t- » fi|toimitus
  • French: Inter: t+ » fr|livraison|f
  • German: Inter: t+ » de|Lieferung|f
  • Hebrew: Inter: t- » he|שליחה|f|alt=שְלִיחָה|tr=shlikhá, Inter: t- » he|מסירה|f|alt=מְסִירָה|tr=mesirá, Inter: t- » he|הובלה|f|alt=הוֹבָלָה|tr=hovalá

  • Inter: trans-mi » d
    • Hungarian: átadás, Inter: t- » hu|kézbesítés
    • Italian: Inter: t- » it|consegna|f
    • Japanese: Inter: t- » ja|配達|tr=はいたつ, haitatsu, Inter: t- » ja|引き渡し|tr=ひきわたし, hikiwatashi, Inter: t+ » ja|伝送|tr=でんそう, densō
    • Korean: Inter: t+ » ko|배달|tr=baedal|sc=Kore
    • Macedonian: Inter: t- » mk|достава|f|tr=dóstava, Inter: t- » mk|испорака|f|tr=ispóraka
    • Polish: dostawa {{f}}
    • Portuguese: Inter: t+ » pt|entrega
    • Russian: Inter: t+ » ru|доставка|f|tr=dostávka, Inter: t+ » ru|поставка|f|tr=postávka, Inter: t+ » ru|развозка|f|tr=razvózka, Inter: t+ » ru|завоз|m|tr=zavóz
    • Scottish Gaelic: Inter: t- » gd|lìbhrigeadh|m
    • Spanish: Inter: t+ » es|entrega|f
    • Swedish: Inter: t+ » sv|leverans

    Inter: trans-botto » m
    Inter: trans-top » item which has been conveyed
    • Bulgarian: Inter: t+ » bg|доставка|f
    • Czech: Inter: t- » cs|zásilka|f
    • Finnish: Inter: t+ » fi|lähetys
    • Hebrew: Inter: t- » he|משלוח|m|alt=מִשְׁלוֹחַ|tr=mishloákh

    Inter: trans-mi » d
  • Japanese: 配達物 (はいたつぶつ, haitatsubutsu)
  • Korean: 배달물 (baedalmul)
  • Macedonian: Inter: t- » mk|пратка|f|tr=prátka
  • Scottish Gaelic: Inter: t- » gd|lìbhrigeadh|m

  • Inter: trans-botto » m
    Inter: trans-top » act of giving birth
    • Arabic: Inter: t- » ar|مخاض|m|tr=makhaaD, Inter: t+ » ar|وضع|m|tr=waD3, Inter: t- » ar|ولادة|f|tr=wilaada, Inter: t+ » ar|ميلاد|m|tr=milaad
    • Belarusian: Inter: t- » be|роды|m|p|tr=ródy
    • Bulgarian: Inter: t- » bg|раждане|n|tr=raždane
    • Chinese:
    • : Mandarin: Inter: t- » cmn|出生|tr=chūshēng|sc=Hani, Inter: t » cmn|分娩|tr=fēnmiǎn|sc=Hani, Inter: t- » cmn|生產|sc=Hani, Inter: t- » cmn|生产|tr=shēngchǎn|sc=Hani, Inter: t- » cmn|娩|tr=miǎn|sc=Hani
    • Czech: Inter: t+ » cs|porod|m
    • Finnish: Inter: t+ » fi|synnytys
    • French: Inter: t+ » fr|accouchement, Inter: t+ » fr|parturition|f, Inter: t+ » fr|naissance|f
    • German: Inter: t- » de|Entbindung|f, Inter: t+ » de|Geburt|f
    • Greek: Inter: t+ » el|γέννα|f|tr=géna
    • Hebrew: Inter: t- » he|לידה|f|alt=לֵידָה|tr=ledá, leydá

    Inter: trans-mi » d
  • Hungarian: Inter: t+ » hu|szülés
  • Japanese: Inter: t- » ja|分身|tr=ぶんしん, bunshin, Inter: t- » ja|分娩|tr=ぶんべん, bunben, Inter: t- » ja|出産|tr=しゅっさん, shussan
  • Korean: Inter: t+ » ko|분만|tr=bunman|sc=Kore, Inter: t- » ko|해산|tr=haesan|sc=Kore, Inter: t+ » ko|출산|tr=chulsan|sc=Kore
  • Old English: Inter: t+ » ang|team|alt=tēam
  • Polish: Inter: t+ » pl|poród|m
  • Russian: Inter: t+ » ru|роды|m|p|tr=ródy, Inter: qualifier » birth Inter: t+ » ru|рождение|n|tr=roždénije
  • Serbo-Croatian:
  • : Cyrillic: Inter: t- » sh|порођај|m|sc=Cyrl
  • : Roman: Inter: t- » sh|porodjaj|m
  • Spanish: Inter: t+ » es|parto|m, Inter: t+ » es|nacimiento|m
  • Swedish: Inter: t+ » sv|förlossning|c
  • Telugu: Inter: t+ » te|ప్రసవం|tr=prasavaM
  • Ukrainian: Inter: t- » uk|роди|m|p|tr=ródy

  • Inter: trans-botto » m
    Inter: trans-top » pitching motion
    • Finnish: Inter: t- » fi|syöttö
    • Japanese: 投球法 (とうきゅうほう, tōkyūhō)

    Inter: trans-mi » d
  • Korean: Inter: t- » ko|투구법|tr=tugubeop|sc=Kore

  • Inter: trans-botto » m
    Inter: trans-top » thrown pitch
    • Finnish: Inter: t- » fi|syöttö
    • Japanese: Inter: t- » ja|投球|tr=とうきゅう, tōkyū

    Inter: trans-mi » d
  • Korean: Inter: t+ » ko|투구|tr=tugu|sc=Kore

  • Inter: trans-botto » m
    Inter: trans-top » manner of speaking
    • Arabic: Inter: t- » ar|إلقاء|m|tr='ilqaa'
    • Finnish: Inter: t- » fi|äänenkäyttö
    • Japanese: Inter: t- » ja|話し方|tr=はなしかた, hanashikata

    Inter: trans-mi » d
  • Korean: Inter: t- » ko|말솜씨|tr=malsomssi|sc=Kore
  • Scottish Gaelic: Inter: t- » gd|lìbhrigeadh|m

  • Inter: trans-botto » m
    Inter: trans-top » administration of a drug
    • Czech: Inter: t+ » cs|podání|n
    • Finnish: Inter: t- » fi|annostelu

    Inter: trans-mi » d
  • French: Inter: t+ » fr|administration

  • Inter: trans-botto » m


    Inter: en-adj » -
  • Related to delivery.
    1. : The delivery room is just down the hall.
    2. : The delivery man is here.
    3. : What are your delivery conditions?


      Inter: trans-top » related to delivery

  • Czech: Inter: t- » cs|dodací

  • Inter: trans-mi » d
    Inter: trans-botto » m

    Derived terms

    Inter: rel-top » Terms derived from the noun or adjective delivery
    • delivery room

    Inter: rel-mi » d
  • special delivery

  • Inter: rel-botto » m
    Translation: ar » delivery
    Translation: cs » delivery
    Translation: et » delivery
    Translation: el » delivery
    Translation: es » delivery
    Translation: fr » delivery
    Translation: ko » delivery
    Translation: io » delivery
    Translation: id » delivery
    Translation: it » delivery
    Translation: kn » delivery
    Translation: hu » delivery
    Translation: mg » delivery
    Translation: ml » delivery
    Translation: my » delivery
    Translation: nl » delivery
    Translation: no » delivery
    Translation: pl » delivery
    Translation: pt » delivery
    Translation: fi » delivery
    Translation: sv » delivery
    Translation: ta » delivery
    Translation: te » delivery
    Translation: vi » delivery
    Translation: zh » delivery