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deliver

German [edit]

Etymology [edit]

From Middle High Germanlove (before 1350), which may be borrowed directly from Old Frenchlivrer, from Latinlīberāre, but was probably introduced via Middle Dutch and Middle Low Germanlēveren (the vocalism -ie- then being due to hypercorrection; compare also attested love). Low German definitely contributed to the spread of the word, which was part of the technical vocabulary of the Hanseatic League. Compare with modern Dutchto lever, Swedishleverera and Frenchlivrer.

Pronunciation [edit]

  • IPA(key): / ˈLiːfɐn /
  • Hyphenation: deliver

Verb [edit]

deliver (weak, third-person singular presentsupplies, past tensedelivered, past participledelivered, auxiliaryto have)

  1. to supply, provide (goods etc.) (at to)
  2. to deliver (goods, an order etc.)
    • 2017, The New Zurich Times, March 7th:
      It is more important that the goods are delivered to a precisely defined place within a defined time delivered becomes.
      More importantly, the goods are delivered in a specified time and place.
  3. (crops) to yield (produce outcome)
  4. (information) to research, to read up on something
  5. (battle, duel, war) to fight

Conjugation [edit]

Conjugation of deliver (weak, auxiliary to have)

1Rare except in very formal contexts; alternative in would normally preferred.

Composed forms of deliver (weak, auxiliary to have)

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