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to make sth go or be taken to a place, especially by post/mail, email, radio, etc.
to send a letter/package/cheque/fax/email
She sent the letter by airmail.
to send sth by post
to send sth by mail
A radio signal was sent to the spacecraft.
The CD player was faulty so we sent it back to the manufacturers.
Have you sent a postcard to your mother yet?
Have you sent your mother a postcard yet?
I'll send you a text message.
to tell sb sth by sending them a message
My parents send their love .
What sort of message is that sending to young people?
He sent me word to come.
She sent word (that) she could not come.
She sent to say that she was coming home.
to tell sb to go somewhere or to do sth; to arrange for sb to go somewhere
Ed couldn't make it so they sent me instead.
She sent the kids to bed early.
to send sb to prison/boarding school
I've sent Tom to buy some milk.
make sth move quickly
to make sth/sb move quickly or suddenly
Every step he took sent the pain shooting up his leg.
The punch sent him flying .
The report sent share prices down a further 8p.
make sb react
to make sb behave or react in a particular way
Her music always sends me to sleep.
Her account of the visit sent us into fits of laughter.
All the publicity nearly sent him crazy.
to tell sb firmly or rudely to go away
to refuse to speak to sb, as a way of punishing them for sth that they have done
used to send good wishes to sb
Give my love to Mary when you see her.
Bob sends his love.
used to say that you should accept an unpleasant situation or event because you cannot change it
to send sb to prison
to order a student to leave a university because of bad behaviour
to ask or tell sb to come to you, especially in order to help you
Send for a doctor, quickly!
to ask sb to bring or deliver sth to you
His son found him and sent for help.
She sent for the latest sales figures.
to send sb away from you to another place
to produce a sound, signal, etc. so that other people can hear it, receive it, etc.
He opened his mouth and sent forth a stream of noise.
to order sb to go to a place to deal with a difficult situation
Troops were sent in to restore order.
to send sth by post/mail to a place where it will be dealt with
Have you sent in your application yet?
to write to sb and ask them to send you sth by post/mail
I've sent off for some books for my course.
in a sports game
to order sb to leave the field because they have broken the rules of the game
Beckham was sent off for a foul in the second half.
to send sth to a place by post/mail
I'm sending the files off to my boss tomorrow.
to send sth to a place so that it arrives before you get there
We sent our furniture on by ship.
to send a letter that has been sent to sb's old address to their new address
to send sth from one place/person to another
They arranged for the information to be sent on to us.
to ask a restaurant or shop/store to deliver food to you at home or at work
Let's send out for a pizza.
to send sth to a lot of different people or places
Have the invitations been sent out yet?
to produce sth, such as light, a signal, sound, etc.
to make people laugh at sb/sth by copying them/it in a funny way
a TV programme that sends up politicians
to send sb to prison
broadcast over the airwaves, as in radio or television
- We cannot air this X-rated song
cause to be directed or transmitted to another place
- send me your latest results
- I'll mail you the paper when it's written
- The spy sent the classified information off to Russia
近义词: get off,send off
assign to a station
to cause or order to be taken, directed, or transmitted to another place
- He had sent the dispatches downtown to the proper people and had slept
近义词: send out
cause to go somewhere
- The explosion sent the car flying in the air
- She sent her children to camp
- He directed all his energies into his dissertation
cause to be admitted;of persons to an institution
- After the second episode, she had to be committed
- he was committed to prison