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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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"It is true that it's very convenient to simply make a phone call or send a text message, or convey your wishes through social networking sites.
The drawing Avishai Margalit, 1999, similarly conveys a positive, humane attitude.
The book conveys a climactic coming to terms with this death.
All we can do is try to convey to the American public the human consequences of our government's repeated use of violence for political and economic gain.
The manner in which that information is conveyed is of equal, if not greater, importance.
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.
Optimizing conveying velocity falls into the "Goldilocks zone." Air velocities below the saltation velocity will create instabilities in the conveying system, the worst being the inability to convey material from pickup point to receiver.
Shot during the making of the videos but intended as an independent expression, these silent thoughts on female identity--the fear conveyed by the artist's concealed head in Pain, Pleasure, Guilt, 1999, and the unnerving depictions of women acting like animals in The Rabbit, The Pony, and The Ape, all 2002--demonstrate the growing formal complexity and emotional directness of Tykka's work.
Does the material have a tendency to clog the conveying lines, or simply convey slower due to weight or shape?
Venturi-style trim-removal system continuously conveys trims to a granulator.
Flat top, neckring, and bulk-air conveyors allow an endless variety of products to be conveyed gently around sharp curves, vertically or horizontally at very low power requirements.
Last fall, Wittmann, Inc., Torrington, Conn., introduced the Drymax Dual PDC (Portable Drying Conveyor), a compact system that pneumatically conveys resin from one drying hopper to two molding machines.
Conveys vertically up to 40 ft and horizontally up to 80 ft.
Model 100 system conveys injection molded parts 50-75 ft and be used to convey scrap (necks, tails, rejects) to grinder.
A single blower fills the drying hopper and conveys dried material to the molding machine.