Synonyms of deliver in English:

deliver


See definition of deliver

verb

1‘the parcel was delivered to his house yesterday’

SYNONYMS
bring, take, take round, convey, carry, transport, distribute, drop-ship
send, dispatch, remit
ANTONYMS

collect

2‘the money should have been delivered up to the official receiver’

SYNONYMS
hand over, turn over, transfer, make over, sign over
surrender, give up, yield, relinquish, cede, render up
consign, commit, entrust, trust, commend

3‘he was delivered from his enemies’

SYNONYMS
save, rescue, set free, free, liberate, release, set at liberty, set loose, extricate, discharge, emancipate, redeem, ransom
literary disenthral
historical manumit

4‘the President delivered a six-minute radio address’

SYNONYMS
utter, give, make, read, recite, broadcast, give voice to, voice, speak, declaim
pronounce, announce, declare, proclaim, hand down, bring in, return, render, set forth

5‘Paul delivered a two-handed blow to the back of his head’

SYNONYMS
administer, deal, inflict, give, direct, aim
informal land

6‘as he delivered the first ball of his third over, he stumbled’

SYNONYMS
bowl, pitch, hurl, throw, cast, launch, lob
discharge, fire off
British flight

7‘the trip delivered everything she had wanted’

SYNONYMS
provide, supply, furnish

8‘we have taken significant action to deliver on our commitments’

SYNONYMS
fulfil, live up to, carry out, carry through, implement, make good
achieve
informal come up with, deliver the goods, come across

9‘she returned to Chennai to deliver her child’

SYNONYMS
give birth to, bear, be delivered of, have, bring into the world, bring forth
North American birth
informal drop
archaic be brought to bed of