Definición de convey en inglés:

convey

Saltos de línea: con¦vey
Pronunciación: /kənˈveɪ
 
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  • 2 Law Transfer the title to (property): no application for registration is required when the property is conveyed following a court order
    Más ejemplos en oraciones
    • Their instructions were that they had let him have the deeds of the property but they had not conveyed the property to him.
    • Is it right that a lawyer is retained to convey a property and their client ends up with nothing?
    • The property was conveyed to the father, but it was agreed that if the son and his wife paid all the mortgage instalments he would then convey the property to them.
    Sinónimos
    transfer, give the right/title of, grant, cede, devolve, lease; bequeath, leave, will, pass on; North American deed; Law demise, devise

Derivativos

conveyable

adjetivo
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • The better-heeled folk prefer to use slowly and painstakingly the knife and fork to cut up the spicy stuff into chewable and more importantly, easily conveyable pieces.
  • In the Theaetetus, Plato uses the point that knowledge is conveyable, and also the point that knowledge requires first-hand experience of one's own.
  • There is no doubt that they actually did exist, and it is accepted - there is no issue between us that the lots do exist and they are conveyable in that form.

Origen

Middle English (in the sense 'escort'; compare with convoy): from Old French conveier, from medieval Latin conviare, from con- 'together' + Latin via 'way'.

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