deliver lietuviškai

deliver vertimas v 1) pristatyti; atgabenti; įteikti; 2) išvaduoti; 3) kalbėti; sakyti; to deliver a lecture skaityti paskaitą; to deliver oneself of a speech pasakyti kalbą (iškilmingai pasisakyti); 4) kirsti (smūgį); to deliver an attack atakuoti; to deliver over/up pasiduoti; atiduoti (tvirtovę)

  • deliver the goods (v.) prasimušti, suklestėti, pasisekti, pavykti, savo pasiekti, nugalėti visus sunkumus, kam pasisekti, aukštai iškilti, padaryti karjerą
  • deliver up (v.) atiduoti, pasiduoti, pristatyti
Paaiškinimas anglų kalba
  • (talk) to deliver (a speech, oration, or idea)
  • (bring) to bring to a destination, make a delivery Type of: bring
  • (hand) to surrender someone or something to another
  • (carry through) to free from harm or evil
  • (expel) to hand over to the authorities of another country
  • (communicate) to pass down
  • (emit) to utter (an exclamation, noise, and so on) Type of: utter
  • (organised religion) to save from sins
  • (drive home) to carry out or perform
  • (gift) to relinquish possession or control over
  • (throw) to throw or hurl from the mound to the batter, as in baseball
  • (produce) to cause to be born

deliver sinonimai abdicate, announce, birth, bring forth, cast, cede, cede to, communicate, convey, declare, deliver up, deport, discharge, drive home, emancipate, express, extradite, fork out, fork over, fork up, free, free from, free of, give, give birth, give forth, give in, give up, hand, hand in, hand over, hand over to, have, have a baby, liberate, loose, pass, pass on, pitch, present, pronounce, ransom, read, redeem, release, remit, render, rescue, return, rid, rid of, salvage, save, say, set at liberty, speak, submit, supply, surrender, transfer, transmit, transport, turn in, turn loose, turn over, unloose, unloosen, walk, bear, give birth to

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