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

The meaning of "Convey" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does convey mean?
A: It means to make something known.

Ex: My daughter was trying to convey the importance of her thesis.
Q: What does convey mean mean?
A: Convey means to transport or carry to a place.
"pipes were laid to convey water to the house"
Q: What does convey mean?
A: To pass along information
Q: What does to convey mean?
A: It all depends on context.

definition one: transport or carry to a place.

definition two: make (an idea, impression, or feeling) known or understandable to someone.

An author can convey a certain emotion in a story, and you can convey a box from one area to another. Hope this helped 😊

Example sentences using "Convey"

Q: Please show me example sentences with convey.
A: My Japanese is not good enough to convey the nuance of certain English phrases.
Q: Please show me example sentences with convey.
A: He conveyed his gratitude by giving her a present.
She conveyed the truth.
He conveyed his thoughts well.
Q: Please show me example sentences with convey.
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Q: Please show me example sentences with convey.
A: "I would like to convey a message to him."

"I hope I can convey my feelings properly."
Q: Please show me example sentences with convey.
A: "Convey" has two main meanings:

1. To communicate something: "Please convey my best wishes to Desmond."

Please tell Desmond I wish him well.

2. To move something: "The goods were conveyed by barge."

The goods were transported on a boat.

Synonyms of "Convey" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between convey and deliver ?
A: ‘Convey’ is to carry over.
‘Deliver’ is the end result of transference or its intended purpose. For the item to reach its intended target.

“The conveyer belt delivers Sushi to the guests”.
“The message was conveyed to him via a letter delivered by hand”.
“I tried to convey the meaning, but it didn’t get through”.
“I sent him the email, but it wasn’t delivered”.

“Saying ‘I would like that’ not ‘I want that’ conveys a lack of determination”, -> both here give the meaning of ‘desire to have’, but with the first a ‘lack of determination’ meaning is carried over.
Q: What is the difference between convey and deliver ?
A: they both mean the same thing if the context is about sending a message. for example,

i have conveyed the message OR i have delivered the message.

they mean the same thing. however if you are talking about sending an object, it sounds awkward to say "i have conveyed the item" people would usually say "i have delivered the item"
Q: What is the difference between convey and notify ?
A: Convey: someone else's message you are giving to someone else

Notify: to let someone know about something
Q: What is the difference between convey and deliver ?
A: deliver is to pass something (an object or knowledge) from one to the other.
Deliver the pizza to my house.
I plan to deliver a good presentation
Q: What is the difference between convey and deliver ?
A: You can use both, for example if I am speaking loudly, you could say I am conveying anger in my speech OR that I am delivering my speech in angry manner.

Translations of "Convey"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? conveying?
A: convey, conveying (cun -vay-ing)
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? conveyed
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Other questions about "Convey"

Q: Instead of "to convey the feeling/idea/impression that ..." can I also say "to give the feeling/idea/impression of ..."?
A: Yes! That's fine to say!
Q: “trying to convey the message.” does it sound formal? does this sound natural?
A: “I am trying to convey the message."
Q: Please show me how to pronounce conveyed.
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Q: (convey) does this sound natural?
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