convey (something) to (someone or something)

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convey (something) to (someone or something)

1. To communicate something to someone, typically on behalf of someone else who is absent. Will you please convey my condolences to Hope when you go to the funeral?
2. To physically transport something. Whoa, this van isn't big enough to convey all of your boxes to Main Street, let alone all the way to the West Coast!
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'When we want to convey something to our husbands, we leave a message in a cellphone the Boss uses,' said M*, another girl who lived in the house.
"We hope that this project does convey something to the wider world about the importance of beauty and wonder in our parks and gardens, as well as the potential for imaginative integrated thinking to deliver a more stimulating and environmentally sustainable future," Grant said.
In contrast, several of the other essays are thoughtful, well-considered pieces that actually aim to convey something to the reader other than a polemic position.
The dates 1846-48 might convey something to one American in a hundred.
I felt a great surge of energy when I read your letter, an energy that told me that Graeme was eager to convey something to you.