delivered Definition

  • 1to bring goods, letters, etc. to a particular place or person
  • 2to give birth to a baby

Using delivered: Examples

Take a moment to familiarize yourself with how "delivered" can be used in various situations through the following examples!

  • Example

    The package was delivered to the wrong address.

  • Example

    I need to have these documents delivered by tomorrow.

  • Example

    She delivered a healthy baby boy last night.

  • Example

    The midwife helped her deliver the baby at home.

  • Example

    The pizza will be delivered in 30 minutes or less.

delivered Synonyms and Antonyms

Synonyms for delivered

Antonyms for delivered

Phrases with delivered

  • to do what is expected or promised, especially by providing good results


    The team needs to deliver the goods and win this game.

  • to give a formal talk or address to an audience


    The president will deliver a speech on national television tonight.

  • to announce the decision of a court or jury


    The judge will deliver the verdict tomorrow morning.


Summary: delivered in Brief

The verb 'delivered' [dɪˈlɪvəd] means to bring goods or letters to a specific location or person, or to give birth to a baby. It can also be used in phrases such as 'deliver the goods,' meaning to provide good results, or 'deliver a speech,' meaning to give a formal talk. Synonyms include 'bring' and 'carry,' while antonyms include 'take' and 'retrieve.'