Delivery

Delivery,

Definition of Delivery:

  1. Shipping: Transfer of a shipments title through transfer of an original copy of the bill of lading to the consignee.

  2. An act of throwing or bowling a ball or striking a blow.

  3. The manner or style of giving a speech.

  4. The action of delivering letters, packages, or ordered goods.

  5. Real estate: Final, unconditional, and absolute transfer of the deed to the buyer (the grantee) in such manner that it cannot be recalled by the seller (the grantor). Even a properly executed deed normally does not pass title until it is delivered to the grantee. See also livery.

  6. Futures trading: Transfer of a cash commodity from the seller of a futures contract to its buyer, in accordance with the rules of a particular futures exchange.

  7. The process of giving birth.

  8. General: Formal and voluntary transfer of possession by actual (physical) delivery, constructive delivery (by an agreement or understanding), or symbolic delivery (by documents) Also called presentation or presentment.

  9. The supply or provision of something.

Synonyms of Delivery

Birth, Childbirth, Manner of speaking, Speech, Pronunciation, Enunciation, Articulation, Intonation, Elocution, Emancipation Proclamation, Abalienation, Accommodation, Accordance, Accouchement, Affranchisement, Alienation, Amortization, Amortizement, Articulation, Assignation, Assignment, Attack, Award, Awarding, Bargain and sale, Barter, Bearing, Bequeathal, Bestowal, Bestowment, Birth, Birth throes, Birthing, Blessed event, Break, Breakout, Cession, Childbearing, Childbed, Childbirth, Communication, Concession, Conduction, Conferment, Conferral, Confinement, Consignation, Consignment, Contagion, Contribution, Convection, Conveyance, Conveyancing, Deeding, Deliverance, Demise, Deportation, Diapedesis, Diffusion, Disenthrallment, Disposal, Disposition, Dissemination, Distribution, Donation, Emancipation, Emergence, Endowment, Enfeoffment, Enfranchisement, Enunciation, Escape, Escapism, Evasion, Exchange, Execution, Export, Exportation, Expression, Expulsion, Extradition, Extrication, Flight, Freeing, Furnishment, Gay liberation, Genesis, Getaway, Gifting, Giving, Giving birth, Grant, Granting, Hatching, Having a baby, Impartation, Impartment, Import, Importation, Interchange, Investiture, Issuance, Issue, Jailbreak, Labor, Leak, Leakage, Lease and release, Liberality, Liberation, Lifesaving, Manumission, Metastasis, Metathesis, Metempsychosis, Migration, Multiparity, Mutual transfer, Nascency, Nativity, Offer, Osmosis, Outlet, Parturition, Passage, Passing over, Performance, Perfusion, Phonation, Presentation, Presentment, Prisonbreak, Pronunciation, Provision, Ransom, Recovery, Redemption, Release, Rescue, Retrieval, Riddance, Sale, Salvage, Salvation, Saving, Setting at liberty, Setting-free, Settlement, Settling, Spread, Spreading, Subscription, Supplying, Surrender, The Nativity, The stork, Trading, Transduction, Transfer, Transfer of property, Transference, Transfusion, Transit, Transition, Translation, Translocation, Transmigration, Transmigration of souls, Transmission, Transmittal, Transmittance, Transplacement, Transplantation, Transport, Transportation, Transposal, Transposition, Travail, Travel, Utterance, Vent, Vesting, Vocalization, Voicing, Vouchsafement, Supplying, Supply, Providing, Purveying, Delivery, Furnishing, Equipping, Giving, Donation, Allocation, Distribution, Presentation, Ball bowled, Throw, Bowl, Lob, Pitch, Conveyance, Carriage, Transportation, Transporting, Transport, Distribution

How to use Delivery in a sentence?

  1. I had to wait for the delivery man outside because our doorbell did not work and I did not want the dogs to bark.
  2. You may need to rush a delivery if you need some supplies fast because the demand on your product is high.
  3. Allow up to 28 days for delivery.
  4. A quick, compact delivery that sent the ball zinging.
  5. Her delivery was stilted.
  6. Delivery of electricity at a specified price.
  7. You may need to rush a delivery if you need some supplies fast because the demand on your product is high.
  8. Injuries sustained during delivery.

Meaning of Delivery & Delivery Definition