convey
[ kuhn-vey ]
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Part of SpeechverbOrigin + Etymology
Middle English; from the Old French conveyer, from the medieval Latin conviare, from the con- "together" + Latin via "way"
Synonyms
verb
communicatediscloseimparttransmit
Antonyms
verb
concealsuppresswithholdreceive
Definition
verbto communicate; impart; make known
Examples
verbA) The author of this novel attempted to convey that the main characters fell in love at first sight. B) Mrs. Alvarez always wants to convey to her students that she cares for them.
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