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convey (something)

1. To communicate something to someone, typically on behalf of someone else who is absent. I know you can't come to the funeral, so I'll convey your condolences.
2. To cause someone to understand something. She was really able to convey her character's feelings of grief in that scene—I was very impressed.
3. To physically transport something. Whoa, this van isn't big enough to convey all those boxes you have.
See also: convey

convey (something) from (someone or something)

1. To communicate something to someone, typically on behalf of someone else who is absent. Will you please convey condolences from me when you go to the funeral?
2. To physically transport something. Whoa, this van isn't big enough to convey all of your boxes from here to Main Street, let alone all the way to the West Coast!
See also: convey

convey (something) from (someone or sth) to (someone or sth)

1. To communicate something to someone, typically on behalf of someone else who is absent. Will you please convey condolences from me 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 from here to Main Street, let alone all the way to the West Coast!
See also: convey

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!
See also: convey

convey something (from someone or something) (to someone or something)

to carry or transport something from someone or something to someone, something, or some place. I conveyed the box from the table to the basement. Please convey every good wish from those of us in the Midwest to those on the East Coast. Would you convey my blessings to the newlyweds?

Give my best to someone

 and All the best to someone.
Please convey my good wishes to a particular person. (The someone can be a person's name or a pronoun. See also Say hello to someone (for me).) Alice: Good-bye, Fred. Give my best to your mother. Fred: Sure, Alice. Good-bye. Tom: See you, Bob. Bob: Give my best to Jane. Tom: I sure will. Bye. Bill: Bye, Rachel. All the best to your family. Rachel: Thanks. Bye.
See also: give
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After other applicants were evaluated and eventually disapproved, the GSA finally conveyed the property to Southport through the National Park Service.
If the message conveyed at first glance is altered by closer examination, your design and construction are inadequate.
Frankel's NSF project gives her a chance to see how much of the art she brings to scientific photography and to imaging in general can be readily conveyed to students.
So can learning and using a few signs relevant to the messages most often conveyed. This is all the more true if one is careful to verify the correctness of the signs before routinely using them.
Documents or information conveyed outside the privilege cannot subsequently be made privileged by a client's request; the information must be intended to be privileged when communicated and subsequently not waived.
In a typical in-plant system with a fixed speed vacuum pump, all ingredients will have to be conveyed through 3-inch lines and with 10-hp worth of vacuum/conveying air.
The company's vacuum conveyors are said to assure dust-free operation since the product is conveyed under vacuum within the conveying line and any leakage is into, rather than out of, the conveyor.
Parcels of land were conveyed subsequent to the filing of this map.
As a first step, it is important to know more about the powder that is being conveyed, specifically its bulk density.
Vacuum conveyors assure dust-free operation since the product is conveyed under vacuum within the conveying line and any leakage is into, rather than out of, the conveyor, making the equipment especially suitable for transferring hazardous materials and pharmaceuticals.
* What product (s) or material (s) need to be conveyed?
FIG 1 Elbow Service Life Decreases as Conveying Speed Increases Conveying Air Speed 35 mph 100% 45 mph 40% 55 mph 19% 65 mph 9% 75 mph 6% (Based on material conveyed before failure; 2-in carbon steel pipe transferring sand) Higher speeds create faster erosion, with a dramatic decrease in relative service life from 35 to 45 mph.
Because each and every material to be conveyed reacts differently under a given set of operating conditions, it is said to be extremely critical to match the system operating characteristics to the material to be conveyed in order to achieve the most desired conveying performance and to provide the best value, according to the company.