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convey

v. to transfer title (official ownership) to real property (or an interest in real property) from one (grantor) to another (grantee) by a written deed (or an equivalent document such as a judgment of distribution which conveys real property from an estate). This is completed by recording the document with the County Recorder or Recorder of Deeds. It only applies to real property. (See: alienation, deed, grantor, grantee, conveyance)

convey

(Communicate), verb acquaint, advise, affirm, announce, annunciate, apprise, articulate, assert, aver, avow, bare, become known, broadcast, comment, confide, contact, declare, describe, detail, direct the attention to, disseminate, divulgate, divulge, educate, elucidate, enlighten, evince, explain, expose, express, get across, get in touch, give an account, give notice, impart, indicate, instruct, keep posted, make acquainted, make aware, make known, make public, manifest, mention, narrate, pass on, point out, post, proclaim, promulgate, publish, recite, recount, relate, remark, render an account, report, represent, reveal, share, signify, speak, specify, state, suggest, teach, tell, transmit, uncover, vent

convey

(Transfer), verb abalienate, alienate, assign, award, bequeath, carry, cede, consign, contribute, deed, deliver, deliver over, demise, devolve, dispense, donate, endow, enfeoff, give, grant, hand down, hand out, impart, lease, pass, pass down, pass title, present, relinquish, shift, transfer title, transmit, transport, transpose
Associated concepts: lawfully convey, quitclaim and convey
See also: abalienate, advance, advise, alienate, allude, annunciate, assign, attorn, bear, bespeak, bestow, carry, cede, circulate, commit, communicate, confer, connote, consign, construe, contribute, dedicate, deliver, demise, depict, devise, devolve, disabuse, disperse, displace, disseminate, entrust, express, give, grant, impart, indicate, inform, lease, let, move, notify, pass, phrase, post, present, purport, recount, relate, relegate, remark, remove, render, send, signify, supply, tell, transmit, transport, yield

convey

see CONVEYANCING.
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Convey went to the Avalon Hotel, in Whitley Bay, on April 5, spinning a yarn about working in Durham and waiting for his parents to return from abroad.
I feel a phone call is the best way, that is how I convey my greetings to my friends and relatives back home in Pakistan.
Another impression many people want to convey is likeability and dynamism.
Angry'' doesn't maintain veracity throughout its thematic through line but still manages to convey a compelling history of self-imposed human dysfunction.
People's limited chances to convey mail from one place to another had a constraining effect comparable to limited opportunities to learn the art of letter writing.
With humility, though, given his effort to understand and convey his experience, Lane confesses of these rugged, inhospitable landscapes, "I still don't understand .
Legend has it that Convey was inspired to stage such an exposition after his young son begged him to fix a broken radio receiver at their home in Des Plaines, outside of Chicago.
The Church must always seek to convey accurately in translation the texts she has inherited from the biblical, liturgical, and patristic tradition and instruct the faithful in their proper meaning.
My hope is that the students will take seriously the power of both methods to convey knowledge--as well as to convey falsehood.