Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Delivery"

The meaning of "Delivery" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does $200 is payable immediately with a further $100 payable on delivery. mean?
A: You have to pay $200 when you buy it and then another $100 when your purchase is delivered to you.
Q: What does In-home delivery is available in select areas with Prime. mean?


In-home delivery is a service where the order you place for something in online will be directly delivered to your home itself by the service provider.

In selected areas with prime - It means, this service is available only for the prime members (you might be asked to pay extra money for becoming a prime member), and also this service is available for only few places in your city or state or country. which means it is mostly available in city sides(development areas). If in case you are from country side or interior of any village, they might not deliver the service to you.

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Q: What does ‎FREE delivery with orders over country threshold. mean?
A: Yes, or could you tell me the minimum price for free delivery? - it’s a bit clearer
Q: What does delivery slip mean?
A: delivery receipt or papers
Q: What does Unsuccessful delivery Delivery could not be completed as cash on delivery payment was not ready mean?
A: The delivery was unsuccessful because the recipient did not have cash to pay for the parcel.

Example sentences using "Delivery"

Q: Please show me example sentences with delivery (birth).
A: What is your delivery date?
When are you due to deliver?
How was the delivery?
Did you have a difficult delivery?
I remember the day you were delivered.....
Q: Please show me example sentences with express delivery.
A: The pizza pub offers express delivery. If your order fails to arrive in 20 minutes, it’s FREE!

The dry cleaners offer express delivery for work shirts. However, to get this service, they only clean and press 3 shirts at a time.

Many doctors now induce pregnancies. This express delivery method is called the Golf Tee Time Rush

Unsatisfied with the postal system, many cities employ bike messengers for express (crosstown) delivery service.

Amazon provided a game changer during the 2017 holidays. Known as drop-shipment, Amazon guaranteed 2 hour express delivery for Amazon Prime members.
Q: Please show me example sentences with how to ask delivery status in English?.
A: "may I know the delivery status of my purchased product?"
"I would like to know the delivery status of my product that I placed an order for on _______ (date), at ______(time) for a sum of rupees _____."

Synonyms of "Delivery" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between The delivery dates were stipulated in the contract. and The delivery dates were specified in the contract. ?
A: Stipulate is a demand where there is usually a penalty for not complying. So if the delivery dates are stipulated you are required by the contract to meet those dates and can be required to pay money for missing them.

Specified just means that they were mentioned as specific dates. You aren’t necessarily required to meet them and there may not be a penalty for missing them unless a penalty is specifically stated elsewhere.
Q: What is the difference between delivery and labor and childbirth ?
A: Delivery, i would say is the process perfomed by the doctor while helping the mother during the process of giving birth. Be it a Cesarean or natural birth.

Labor is the period of time during which the mother experiences contractions which leads to the birth of the baby.

Childbirth is the entire process of giving birth.
Q: What is the difference between ​‎I asked when to expect delivery. and ​‎I asked when to deliver. ?
A: @jokifreek the verb needs to act on an object. In the second sentence you used the word deliver which is a verb. There’s no object that deliver is acting on. Like “deliver the package” for example would work because it gives an object, “the package” for the verb “deliver” to act on. I think the equivalent for Japanese would be something like


If I’m not mistaken this example shows what it would look like if the object the verb was supposed to act on was missing.
Q: What is the difference between I asked when to expect delivery. and I asked when to deliver. ?
A: client of yours have ordered something from your store and you ask when it should be delivered to them
Q: What is the difference between get delivery and order out ?
A: Similar and both are used to ask if you want to get food from a restaurant brought to your house. In this case they mean the same thing.

"Do you want to get delivery?"
"Do you want to order out?"

"Order out" is calling on the phone or message through computer to tell the restaurant what food you want.

"Getting delivery" is someone from the restaurant bringing the food to your house.

"We can order out to get our food delivered."
"Do you want to order out and get our food delivered?"
"I want delivery, let's order out."

Translations of "Delivery"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? When I say, "Would you please arrange the delivery on a date later than July 15?", does it sound like it includes the day, July 15? Or will they think that I don't want to receive it on July 15?
A: It sounds like it does not include the date that way. If it did include the date it would sound like, "Would you please arrange the delivery on July 15 or later?"
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? delivery fee, delivery charge, delivery cost
shipping fee
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? I didn't give you about account. when can I delivery it?
I heard that I can receive a temporary entrance card, how can I steps?
통장 정보를 준적이 없는데, 언제쯤 전달하면 되나요?
임시 방문 발급증을 받을수 있다고 했는데, 어떻게 하면 받을수 있나요?
A: I didn't give you my bank information, when can I give it?
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? I've got a delivery here.
I've delivered here.

same mean?
A: "I've got a delivery here." -
I am making a delivery here (default understanding)
There's a delivery here (I'm not the one making it) (acceptable in some situations)

The literal meaning is "I have a delivery, right here/now", where "have" is possessive. It can technically mean different things depending on the context. The "default" or "most natural" meaning is "I am making a delivery here".

"I've delivered here." ->
I have made a delivery here in the past.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? ‎‎I am invited to delivery a speech to share my experience about how to be a part-time tour guide in Taipei City Tour Guide Association this afternoon.
A: I have been invited to give a speech this afternoon. I will be sharing my experience about being a part-time tour guide with the Taipei City Tour Guide Association and how one can become a guide.

Other questions about "Delivery"

Q: I am a delivery driver. I deliver linens, towels and clothes to hospitals and pharmacies. Does this sound natural?
A: Not bad!! You have a strong accent, but most native English speakers would easily understand what you say.
Q: I was expecting you to be born outside the delivery room. Does this sound natural?
A: This sentence is fine.

It means "I anticipated that you would be born outside the delivery room."

"outside the delivery room" could mean "not in the delivery room" or "near the delivery room".
Q: There is a delivery record that ranges from the vacuum deposition coatings from TH for cosmetic containers, digital consumer electronics, clocks and other industrial products like automotive parts. They have a good track record of the tailored products that cover the range wide of customer’s requests.

Does this sound natural?
A: If you say, "ranges from..." you need to have a "to".

Ex: I love all foods, ranging from apples (a normal food) to natto! (not normal)

...cover the wide range of...
Q: I'd like you to respond about that delivery time. How long does it take to deliver them for each lot? Does this sound natural?
A: I have a question about the delivery time. How long does it take to deliver each lot?
Q: Could I have you tell me these delivery dates?How long does it take to deliver it for each lot? Does this sound natural?
A: "Could you inform me / update me about these delivery dates?" The second sentence is perfect :)

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