convey the meaning of

See: interpret
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Not a word was uttered that did not convey the meaning of the speaker, in the simplest and most energetic form.
Those of us who eat wild meat and, in addition, keep and value antlers or taxidermy as evocative symbols must better convey the meaning of the latter.
He aims to convey the meaning of each sentence of the original in a modern idiom that matches as closely as possible the social satire, common language, conventions of the learned printed language, and material items and concepts that are gone from the world today.
The main purpose of verification is to ensure that translated terms convey the meaning of terms used in the source language, terminology corresponds to the reality of health and social care and that the translation is consistent with the principles of correct spelling and the use of the Polish language.
Her emotive voice and acting skills convey the meaning of each song beautifully.
While MOBILITY CU hopes its new name will convey the meaning of unfettered and convenient access to financial services, Jeff Stephens, president of Creative Brand Communications in Portland, Ore.
But make sure the translator knows technical terms used in your business sector and can properly convey the meaning of figures of speech.
But it certainly doesn't convey the meaning of the Rubin piece at all.
The Dynamic ImmersionA method uses thousands of real-life colour images to convey the meaning of spoken and written phrases in the program.
The translation does not convey the meaning of the original very accurately.
The goal of MASTOR is to convey the meaning of what is said, even if minor errors are made by the speaker or speech recognizer.
Ultimately, the goal of this system is to convey the meaning of what is said, even if minor errors are made by the speaker or speech recognizer.