Delivery vs. Delivered

Delivery vs. Delivered — Is There a Difference?
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Difference Between Delivery and Delivered

Deliverynoun

The act of conveying or delivering.

Deliveredverb

To bring or transport to the proper place or recipient; distribute

deliver groceries.deliver the mail.

Deliverynoun

Something delivered, as a shipment or package.

Deliveredverb

To surrender (someone or something) to another; hand over

delivered the criminal to the police.

Deliverynoun

The act of transferring to another.

Deliveredverb

To secure (something promised or desired), as for a candidate or political party

campaign workers who delivered the ward for the mayor.
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Deliverynoun

(Law) A formal act of transferring ownership of property to another

delivery of a deed.

Deliveredverb

To throw or hurl

The pitcher delivered the ball.

Deliverynoun

The act of giving up; surrender.

Deliveredverb

To strike (a blow).

Deliverynoun

The act or manner of throwing or discharging.

Deliveredverb

To express in words; declare or utter

deliver a lecture.
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Deliverynoun

The act of giving birth; parturition.

Deliveredverb

To give birth to

She delivered a baby boy this morning.

Deliverynoun

Utterance or enunciation

The historic speech required but two minutes in delivery.

Deliveredverb

To assist or aid in the birth of

The midwife delivered the baby.

Deliverynoun

The act or manner of speaking or singing

a folk singer's casual delivery.

Deliveredverb

To assist (a woman) in giving birth

The doctor delivered her of twins.

Deliverynoun

The act of releasing or rescuing.

Deliveredverb

To give forth or produce

an oil well that delivered thousands of barrels a day.

Deliverynoun

The act of conveying something.

The delivery was completed by four.delivery of a nuclear missile to its target

Deliveredverb

To set free, as from captivity, peril, or evil

deliver a captive from slavery.

Deliverynoun

The item which has been conveyed.

Your delivery is on the table.

Deliveredverb

simple past tense and past participle of deliver

Deliverynoun

The act of giving birth

The delivery was painful.

Deliveredadjective

(in combination) That has been, or will be, delivered in a specific manner.

delivered duty paid;delivered ex ship

Deliverynoun

(baseball) A pitching motion.

His delivery has a catch in it.

Deliverynoun

(baseball) A thrown pitch.

Here is the delivery; ... strike three!

Deliverynoun

The manner of speaking.

The actor's delivery was flawless.

Deliverynoun

(medicine) The administration of a drug.

Drug delivery system.

Deliverynoun

(cricket) A ball bowled.

Deliverynoun

(curling) The process of throwing a stone.

Deliverynoun

(genetics) Process of introducing foreign DNA into host cells.

Deliverynoun

the act of delivering or distributing something (as goods or mail);

his reluctant delivery of bad news

Deliverynoun

the event of giving birth;

she had a difficult delivery

Deliverynoun

your characteristic style or manner of expressing yourself orally;

his manner of speaking was quite abrupther speech was barren of southernismsI detected a slight accent in his speech

Deliverynoun

the voluntary transfer of something (title or possession) from one party to another

Deliverynoun

(baseball) the throwing of a baseball by a pitcher to a batter

Deliverynoun

recovery or preservation from loss or danger;

work is the deliverance of mankinda surgeon's job is the saving of lives

Deliverynoun

the act of delivering a child