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delivery /dɪˈlɪvəri/ noun (plural deliveries)


قبض و اقباض ، پرتاب توپ ، حمل بار ، پرتاب گلوله ، انتقال دادن ، فرو ریختن گلوله ، تحویل کالا ، دادن ، تحویل ، رهایی ، فراغت از زایمان ، تسلیم ، علوم مهندسی: تحویل ، کامپیوتر: تحویل ، معماری: دریافت ، قانون ـ فقه: تسلیم در CL یکی از شرایط اساسی اعتبار سند این است که پس از تنظیم و امضا و مهر به طرف " تسلیم " شود ، بازرگانی: تحویل ، ورزش: توپ پرتاب شده ، علوم نظامی: نقل و انتقال دادن پرتاب مهمات یا بار
مهندسی صنایع: ارایه کردن ، دادن ، تقدیم کردن ،عرضه کردن ، تحـویل دادن (کالا ) مهندسی صنایع: مالی: تحویل
فروش/خرید/تدارکات: تحویل الکترونیک: تحویل ، کامپیوتر: تحویل ، تجارت خارجی: تحویل ، علوم مهندسی: تسلیم ، قبض و اقباض ، تحویل ، تسلیم در CL یکی از شرایط اساسی اعتبار سند این است که پس از تنظیم و امضا و مهر به طرف " تسلیم " شود ، حقوق: پرتاب توپ ، توپ پرتاب شده ، ورزشی: تحویل ، بازرگانی: تحویل ، دریافت ، معماری: تحویل ، حمل بار ، پرتاب گلوله ، انتقال دادن ، فرو ریختن گلوله ، تحویل کالا ، دادن ، نقل و انتقال دادن پرتاب مهمات یا بار ، علوم نظامی: تحویل ، رهایی ، فراغت از زایمان ، تسلیم کامپیوتر: تحویل ، ارایه پزشکی: زایمان

[TahlilGaran] Persian Dictionary

delivery
[noun]
Synonyms:
- handing over, consignment, conveyance, dispatch, distribution, surrender, transfer, transmission
- speech, articulation, elocution, enunciation, intonation, utterance
- childbirth, confinement, labour, parturition

[TahlilGaran] English Synonym Dictionary

delivery S3 W3 /dɪˈlɪvəri/ noun (plural deliveries)

1. [uncountable and countable] the act of bringing goods, letters etc to a particular person or place, or the things that are brought:
Most Indian restaurants offer free delivery.
You can expect delivery in a week to ten days.
fresh milk deliveries
delivery of
deliveries of food and supplies
on delivery (=when something is delivered)
The restaurant pays cash on delivery for fish, which the local fishermen like.

2. take delivery of something to officially accept something large that you have bought:
We expect to take delivery of the aircraft sometime in June.

3. [countable] the process of giving birth to a child ⇒ labour:
Mrs Howell had an easy delivery.
Liz was taken to the delivery room (=a room in a hospital for births) immediately.

4. [uncountable] the way in which someone speaks in public:
You’ll have to work on your delivery.

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

delivery
noun
I. act of delivering sth
ADJ. express, fast, immediate, prompt, quick | late | morning, next-day | recorded, scheduled, special Ensure all photographic material is properly packed and sent by recorded delivery.
guaranteed guaranteed express delivery to over 170 countries
safe | mail, milk, newspaper All mail deliveries were suspended during the strike.
service The cuts will inevitably impact on service delivery.
VERB + DELIVERY do, make We do all our deliveries in the mornings.
accept, take The government has now taken delivery of the new fighter planes.
DELIVERY + NOUN van | date, schedule, time | boy, man He was employed at the local grocery store as a delivery boy.
charge | service
PREP. for ~ completed orders for delivery
on ~ Please pay the driver on delivery.
~ to The company offers free delivery to your home.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

delivery
II. goods delivered
ADJ. large, small
VERB + DELIVERY get, receive The shop receives only one delivery of books per week.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

delivery
III. giving birth to a baby
ADJ. difficult, easy | preterm | breech | vaginal | Caesarean | forceps, ventouse | The figures show an increase in forceps deliveries.
VERB + DELIVERY have She had a very easy delivery with her second child.
DELIVERY + NOUN room

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

delivery

free (=you do not pay extra for it)
We offer free delivery anywhere in the UK.
Delivery is free for purchases over £20.
special/express delivery (=that delivers mail and packages very quickly)
A brown package arrived by special delivery.
next-day delivery (=happening on the next day)
You have to pay extra for next-day delivery.
recorded delivery British English (=when a record is kept of posting and safe delivery)
I’d better send my passport by recorded delivery.
mail delivery (also postal delivery British English)
The strike stopped mail deliveries to 20,000 homes and businesses.
parcel delivery British English (=a parcel that someone delivers to you)
I’m expecting a parcel delivery later today.
milk/fuel/pizza etc delivery
I gave the kids some money for a pizza delivery.
a delivery date/time
The normal delivery time is 7 – 10 days after you place your order.
a delivery service
We try to maintain a high standard of delivery service to our customers.
a delivery charge (=an amount of money you pay for delivery)
There’s no delivery charge on goods over £20.
a delivery note (=piece of paper showing the details of your order)
A delivery note is sent along with the goods.
a delivery truck (also delivery van British English)
Just then a delivery truck stopped outside.
a delivery man (=man who delivers goods to people)
He got a job as a delivery man for a hardware store.
do a delivery
We usually do the deliveries in the morning.
make a delivery
I’m afraid we don’t make deliveries on Saturdays.
offer delivery
We offer free, next-day delivery on all orders.
have a delivery
We've just had a delivery of tiles from Italy.
accept/receive a delivery
Someone must be at home to accept the delivery.
take delivery of something
The airline has just taken delivery of three new passenger jets.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary


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