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Verb: convey  kun'vey
  1. Make known; pass on, of information
    "She conveyed the message to me"
  2. Serve as a means for expressing something
    "The painting of Mary conveys motherly love";
    - carry, express
  3. Transfer to another
    "convey a disease";
    - transmit, communicate
  4. (law) transmit a title or property
  5. Serve as the medium for transmission, allow movement of
    "Many metals convey heat";
    - impart, conduct, transmit, carry, channel
  6. Take something or somebody with oneself somewhere
    "convey me the box from the other room";
    - bring, take
  7. Go or come after and bring or take back
    "Could you convey the wine?";
    - bring, get, fetch

Derived forms: conveys, conveying, conveyed

Type of: carry, channel, channelise [Brit], channelize, communicate, give, impart, intercommunicate, leave, pass on, transfer, transmit, transport