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verb
  1. 1
    to take something, especially goods or letters, to a place

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    1. a.
      to give information or documents to someone

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  2. 2
    formal to give a formal talk to a group of people

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  3. 3
    to give an official decision

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  4. 4
    to do something that you have promised to do

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  5. 5
    to provide a service

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  6. 7
    to make a computer program available

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    if you deliver a blow or punch to part of someone's body, you hit them there very hard

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  8. 11
    formal to free someone from an unpleasant situation

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