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conveyed

[ kuhn-veyd ]
/ kənˈveɪd /
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adjective
communicated or made known: Together, these philanthropists developed a set of ethics, values, and informally conveyed "standard operating procedures" for charitable work.Orally conveyed complaints shall not be entertained.
Law. transferred or passed from one person to another: All transfers of property must be covered by contract, and all contracts must be fulfilled by the actual delivery of the conveyed property.
carried, transported, or led from one place to another: Air delivery is fastest but also costly, so selection of this option is usually due to the necessity, urgency, and high value of the conveyed cargo.
verb
the simple past tense and past participle of convey.
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OTHER WORDS FROM conveyed

qua·si-con·veyed, adjectivewell-con·veyed, adjective
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