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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But it's hard to convey to someone who hasn't experienced it just how persuasive these salespeople can be.
The nurse must recognize that any expression regarding prayer, or God, or the Bible, however flippantly said, may be this person's way of trying to convey to someone his sense of estrangement from God and his desire to be helped back to faith.
You desperately want to convey to someone that the new medication the doctor has prescribed for you seems to be making you dizzy and nauseous, but you can't tell anyone because you don't speak the same language as any of the nurses or nurse assistants - or, for that matter, anyone in the entire facility.