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Spanish translation of “convey”

convey

verb /kənˈvei/
(formal) to carry
transportar, llevar
Huge ships convey oil from the Middle East.
(legal) to transfer the ownership of (property by legal means)
traspasar, transferir
In 1951 the Trust conveyed the land to the City of Oxford.
conveyance noun (formal) the act of conveying
transporte, transmisión; compra y venta (jurídico)
the conveyance of goods.
(formal) a vehicle of any kind
medio de transporte
A bus is a public conveyance.
conveyancing noun (legal) the branch of the law dealing with transfer of property
preparación de escrituras de traspaso
graduates seeking a career in conveyancing.
conveyor noun a person or thing that conveys
transportista
The gentle handling offered by the conveyor makes it suitable for food products that are prone to breakage.
conveyor belt noun an endless, moving belt carrying articles from one place to another in a factory etc
cinta transportadora
She put nuts on the chocolates as they went down the conveyor belt.
(Definition of convey from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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