convey englannista suomeksi
To move (something) from one place to another.
(RQ:KJV) I will do all thy desire concerning timber of cedar, and concerning timber of fir. My servants shall bring them down from Lebanon unto the sea: and I will convey them by sea in floats unto the place that thou shalt appoint me, and will cause them to be discharged there (..)
1858, (w), London: John W. Parker & Son, “Female Organs of Generation,” p. 688,https://archive.org/details/anatomydescripti1858gray
- The ''Fallopian Tubes'', or oviducts, convey the ova from the ovaries to the cavity of the uterus.
(RQ:Shakespeare Richard 2)
1717, (w) (translator), ''(w)’s (w) in Fifteen Books, Translated by the Most Eminent Hands'', London: Jacob Tonson, Book the Sixth, p. 200,http://name.umdl.umich.edu/004871123.0001.000
- (..) the false Tyrant seiz’d the Princely Maid,
- And to a Lodge in distant Woods convey’d;
(RQ:Locke Human Understanding) that they excite, in the Hearer, exactly the same ''Idea'' they stand for, in the Mind of the Speaker: Without this, Men fill one another’s Heads with noise and sounds; but convey not thereby their Thoughts, and lay not before one another their ''Ideas'', which is the end of Discourse and Language.
(RQ:Fielding Tom Jones)
(RQ:Wells Time Machine)
(RQ:Woolf To the Lighthouse)
To transfer legal rights (to).
(RQ:Spenser Ireland) before his breaking forth into open rebellion, Earle of Desmond had conveyed secretly all his lands to feoffees of trust, in hope to have cut off her Maiestie from the escheate of his lands.
1557, uncredited translator, ''A Mery Dialogue'' by (w), London: Antony Kytson,http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A00332.0001.001
- I shall so conuey my matters, that he shall dysclose all together hym selfe, what busynesse is betwene you (..)
(RQ:Shakespeare King Lear)
1592, (w), ''A Disputation betweene a Hee Conny-Catcher and a Shee Conny-Catcher'', London: T. Gubbin,
- Suppose you are good at the lift, who be more cunning then we women, in that we are more trusted, for they little suspect vs, and we haue as close conueyance as you men, though you haue Cloakes, we haue skirts of gownes, handbaskets, the crownes of our hattes, our plackardes, and for a need, false bagges vnder our smockes, wherein we can conuey more closely then you.