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Spanish translation of “deliver”

deliver

verb /diˈlivə/
to give or hand over (something) to the person for whom it is intended
entregar, dar, repartir
The postman delivers the letters once a day.
to give
pronunciar
He delivered a long speech.
(medical) to assist (a woman) at the birth of (a child)
asistir en el parto de, atender en el parto de
The doctor delivered the twins safely.
delivery noun (plural deliveries) (an act of) handing over (letters, parcels etc)
entrega, reparto
There are two parcel deliveries a week.
(medical) the process of the birth of a child
parto, alumbramiento
the delivery of the twins.
(Definition of deliver from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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