Expressions used in Everyday Spoken English in Social and Professional contexts

convey

convey
Meaning(s)
1) communicate or express something
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    • convey a message/idea
  • Analysis

    The verb 'to convey' can mean to transport something from one place to another, such as 'to convey a message' to someone. To convey can also mean to communicate an idea, impression or feeling, for example, 'to convey an idea' or 'to convey an emotion'. To convey can also mean to communicate. In the context of law 'to convey' can mean to transfer property or a title to another person.

  • Social Examples (Basic)
    1. I was so sorry to hear about what happened to David. Please convey my deepest sympathies to his family.
    2. The words in the poem convey the writer's anguish and depressed mood.
    3. I don't know how to convey my feelings to you, so I wrote you a letter.
  • Professional Examples (Basic)
    1. The CEO's office was enormous and expensively furnished. It conveyed an impression of wealth and power.
    2. The advertising campaign conveys the effectiveness of the product in a way that is both subtle and entertaining.
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