To give something: letters, parcels flowers, food, a speech; babies
Past Participle form
Every day I deliver flowers to office workers.
She delivers speeches some evenings.
A: What's that?
B: Some books. I'm delivering them to my friend.
My daughter was delivered at the new hospital.
My friend delivered food to a famous actor.
A: What did you deliver today?
B: I delivered letters, parcels and a strange looking object.
I was delivering flowers all day.
She is delivering food for McDonalds.
A: What did you do today?
B: I was delivering takeaways for Uber.
I have delivered babies for 15 years.
He has delivered letter for the Royal Mail for 25 years.
A: He's delivered speeches all around the world.
B: Really? What about?
A: Maths education - it's not that interesting.