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send 1

 (sĕnd)
v. sent (sĕnt), send·ing, sends
v.tr.
1. To cause to be conveyed by an intermediary to a destination: send goods by plane.
2. To dispatch, as by a communications medium: send a message by radio.
3.
a. To direct to go on a mission: sent troops into the Middle East.
b. To require or enable to go: sent her children to college.
c. To direct (a person) to a source of information; refer: sent the student to the reference section of the library.
4.
a. To give off (heat, for example); emit or issue: a stove that sends forth great warmth.
b. To utter or otherwise emit (sound): sent forth a cry of pain.
5. To hit so as to direct or propel with force; drive: The batter sent the ball to left field. The slap on my back sent me staggering.
6. To cause to take place or occur: We will meet whatever vicissitudes fate may send.
7.
a. To put or drive into a given state or condition: horrifying news that sent them into a panic.
b. Slang To transport with delight; carry away: That music really sends me.
v.intr.
1. To dispatch someone to do an errand or convey a message: Let's send out for hamburgers.
2. To dispatch a request or order, especially by mail: send away for a new catalogue.
3. To transmit a message or messages: The radio operator was still sending when the ship went down.
Phrasal Verbs:
send down Chiefly British
To suspend or dismiss from a university.
send for
To request to come by means of a message or messenger; summon.
send in
1. To cause to arrive or to be delivered to the recipient: Let's send in a letter of protest.
2. Sports To put (a player) into or back into a game or contest: The coach is sending in the kicker.
3. To cause (someone) to arrive in or become involved in a particular place or situation: The commander sent in the sappers. It's time to send in the lawyers.
send off
Sports To eject (a player), as from a soccer game, especially for a flagrant violation of the rules.
send up Informal
1. To send to jail: was sent up for 20 years.
2. To make a parody of: "grandiloquently eccentric but witty verbiage ... that would send up the nastiness of suburban London" (New York).
Idioms:
send flying Informal
To cause to be knocked or scattered about with force: a blow to the table that sent the dishes flying.
send packing
To dismiss (someone) abruptly.

[Middle English senden, from Old English sendan; see sent- in Indo-European roots.]

send′er n.
Synonyms: send1, dispatch, forward, route, ship, transmit
These verbs mean to cause to go or be taken to a destination: sent the package by parcel post; dispatched a union representative to the factory; forwards the mail to their new address; routed the soldiers through New York; shipped his books to his dormitory; transmits money by cable.

send 2

 (sĕnd)
v. & n. Nautical
Variant of scend.

send

(sɛnd)
vb, sends, sending or sent
1. (tr) to cause or order (a person or thing) to be taken, directed, or transmitted to another place: to send a letter; she sent the salesman away.
2. (when intr, foll by for; when tr, takes an infinitive) to dispatch a request or command (for something or to do something): he sent for a bottle of wine; he sent to his son to come home.
3. (tr) to direct or cause to go to a place or point: his blow sent the champion to the floor.
4. (tr) to bring to a state or condition: this noise will send me mad.
5. (tr; often foll by forth, out, etc) to cause to issue; emit: his cooking sent forth a lovely smell from the kitchen.
6. (tr) to cause to happen or come: misery sent by fate.
7. (Broadcasting) to transmit (a message) by radio, esp in the form of pulses
8. (tr) slang to move to excitement or rapture: this music really sends me.
9. send someone about his business to dismiss or get rid of someone
10. send someone packing to dismiss or get rid of (someone) peremptorily
n
(Physical Geography) another word for swash4
[Old English sendan; related to Old Norse senda, Gothic sandjan, Old High German senten]
ˈsendable adj
ˈsender n

send

(sɛnd)
n, vb, sends, sending or sent
(Nautical Terms) a variant spelling of scend

send1

(sɛnd)

v. sent, send•ing. v.t.
1. to cause or enable to go: to send a messenger.
2. to cause to be conveyed to a destination: to send a letter.
3. to order or request to go: sending troops to battle.
4. to propel or drive: to send a punch to the jaw.
5. to emit or utter: The lion sent a roar through the jungle.
6. to cause to occur.
7.
a. to transmit (a signal).
b. to transmit (an electromagnetic wave or the like) in the form of pulses.
8. Slang. to delight; excite.
v.i.
9. to dispatch a messenger, agent, message, etc.
10. send down, Brit. to expel from a university.
11. send for, to request the coming or delivery of; summon: to send for a doctor.
12. send forth, to produce, emit, discharge, or cause to emerge.
13. send in, to mail or otherwise dispatch to an authorized point of collection: to send in one's taxes.
14. send out, to order delivery: We sent out for coffee.
15. send up,
a. to cause to rise up.
b. Informal. to sentence or send to prison.
c. to ridicule, as through parody or burlesque.
Idioms:
send packing, to dismiss curtly.
[before 900; Old English sendan, c. Old Frisian, Old Norse senda, Old Saxon sendian, Old High German senten, Gothic sandjan]
send′a•ble, adj.
send′er, n.

send2

(sɛnd)

v.i. sent, send•ing,
n. Naut.

send

sent
1. 'send'

Send and sent are different forms of the same verb. Because they sound similar, they are sometimes confused. Send /send/ is the base form. If you send something to someone, you arrange for it to be taken and delivered to them, for example by post.

They send me a card every year for my birthday.
I always re-read my emails before I send them.

Sent /sent/ is the past tense and -ed participle of send.

I sent you a text – didn't you get it?
He had sent some flowers to Elena.

send


Past participle: sent
Gerund: sending

Imperative
send
send
Present
I send
you send
he/she/it sends
we send
you send
they send
Preterite
I sent
you sent
he/she/it sent
we sent
you sent
they sent
Present Continuous
I am sending
you are sending
he/she/it is sending
we are sending
you are sending
they are sending
Present Perfect
I have sent
you have sent
he/she/it has sent
we have sent
you have sent
they have sent
Past Continuous
I was sending
you were sending
he/she/it was sending
we were sending
you were sending
they were sending
Past Perfect
I had sent
you had sent
he/she/it had sent
we had sent
you had sent
they had sent
Future
I will send
you will send
he/she/it will send
we will send
you will send
they will send
Future Perfect
I will have sent
you will have sent
he/she/it will have sent
we will have sent
you will have sent
they will have sent
Future Continuous
I will be sending
you will be sending
he/she/it will be sending
we will be sending
you will be sending
they will be sending
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been sending
you have been sending
he/she/it has been sending
we have been sending
you have been sending
they have been sending
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been sending
you will have been sending
he/she/it will have been sending
we will have been sending
you will have been sending
they will have been sending
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been sending
you had been sending
he/she/it had been sending
we had been sending
you had been sending
they had been sending
Conditional
I would send
you would send
he/she/it would send
we would send
you would send
they would send
Past Conditional
I would have sent
you would have sent
he/she/it would have sent
we would have sent
you would have sent
they would have sent
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.send - 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"
cast, contrive, throw, project - put or send forth; "She threw the flashlight beam into the corner"; "The setting sun threw long shadows"; "cast a spell"; "cast a warm light"
move, displace - cause to move or shift into a new position or place, both in a concrete and in an abstract sense; "Move those boxes into the corner, please"; "I'm moving my money to another bank"; "The director moved more responsibilities onto his new assistant"
turn - channel one's attention, interest, thought, or attention toward or away from something; "The pedophile turned to boys for satisfaction"; "people turn to mysticism at the turn of a millennium"
turn - to send or let go; "They turned away the crowd at the gate of the governor's mansion"
divert - send on a course or in a direction different from the planned or intended one
route - send via a specific route
refer - send or direct for treatment, information, or a decision; "refer a patient to a specialist"; "refer a bill to a committee"
airt, redirect - channel into a new direction; "redirect your attention to the danger from the fundamentalists"
blow - cause air to go in, on, or through; "Blow my hair dry"
give notice, give the axe, give the sack, sack, send away, can, force out, displace, fire, dismiss, terminate - terminate the employment of; discharge from an office or position; "The boss fired his secretary today"; "The company terminated 25% of its workers"
send away, send packing, dismiss, drop - stop associating with; "They dropped her after she had a child out of wedlock"
2.send - 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"
channel, channelise, channelize, transmit, transport, transfer - send from one person or place to another; "transmit a message"
send in - mail in; cause to be delivered; "Send in your comments"
mail out - transmit by mail; "The company mailed out the catalog to all potential customers"
mail, get off - send via the postal service; "I'll mail you the check tomorrow"
remand, send back, remit - refer (a matter or legal case) to another committee or authority or court for decision
3.send - cause to be directed or transmitted to another place; "send me your latest results"; "I'll mail you the paper when it's written"
express - send by rapid transport or special messenger service; "She expressed the letter to Florida"
airmail - send or transport by airmail; "Letters to Europe from the U.S. are best airmailed"
register - send by registered mail; "I'd like to register this letter"
express-mail - send by express mail or courier; "Express-mail the documents immediately"
transfer - move from one place to another; "transfer the data"; "transmit the news"; "transfer the patient to another hospital"
4.send - transport commerciallysend - transport commercially    
move, displace - cause to move or shift into a new position or place, both in a concrete and in an abstract sense; "Move those boxes into the corner, please"; "I'm moving my money to another bank"; "The director moved more responsibilities onto his new assistant"
barge - transport by barge on a body of water
railroad - transport by railroad
despatch, dispatch, send off - send away towards a designated goal
forward, send on - send or ship onward from an intermediate post or station in transit; "forward my mail"
despatch, dispatch, send off - send away towards a designated goal
forward, send on - send or ship onward from an intermediate post or station in transit; "forward my mail"
5.send - assign to a station
garrison - station (troops) in a fort or garrison
fort - station (troops) in a fort
move, displace - cause to move or shift into a new position or place, both in a concrete and in an abstract sense; "Move those boxes into the corner, please"; "I'm moving my money to another bank"; "The director moved more responsibilities onto his new assistant"
site, locate, place - assign a location to; "The company located some of their agents in Los Angeles"
6.send - transfer; "The spy sent the classified information off to Russia"
transfer - move from one place to another; "transfer the data"; "transmit the news"; "transfer the patient to another hospital"
7.send - cause to be admitted; of persons to an institution; "After the second episode, she had to be committed"; "he was committed to prison"
transfer - move from one place to another; "transfer the data"; "transmit the news"; "transfer the patient to another hospital"
hospitalise, hospitalize - admit into a hospital; "Mother had to be hospitalized because her blood pressure was too high"
8.send - broadcast over the airwaves, as in radio or televisionsend - broadcast over the airwaves, as in radio or television; "We cannot air this X-rated song"
broadcast medium, broadcasting - a medium that disseminates via telecommunications
publicize, bare, publicise, air - make public; "She aired her opinions on welfare"
satellite - broadcast or disseminate via satellite
sportscast - broadcast a sports event
telecast, televise - broadcast via television; "The Royal wedding was televised"
interrogate - transmit (a signal) for setting off an appropriate response, as in telecommunication
rebroadcast, rerun - broadcast again, as of a film

send

verb
1. dispatch, post, mail, forward, direct, convey, consign, remit, send on, put in the post or mail He sent a basket of exotic fruit and a card.
2. transmit, broadcast, communicate, radio, phone, fax, convey, email, telecast The space probe Voyager sent back pictures of Triton.
3. propel, hurl, fling, shoot, fire, deliver, cast, catapult, let fly He let me go with a thrust of his wrist that sent me flying.
4. drive, make, cause to become The constant noise sent him mad.
send for someone summon, demand, call for, call in, ask to come I've sent for the doctor.
send for something order, request, ask for, demand For full details, send for a brochure.
send someone down imprison, confine, detain, lock up, put away, intern, incarcerate, bang up (informal), sentence to imprisonment, send to prison or jail The two rapists were sent down for life.
send something off dispatch, post, mail, forward, direct, convey, send out, consign, remit, send on, put in the post or mail He sent off copies to various people.
send something or someone up (Brit. informal) mock, mimic, parody, spoof (informal), imitate, take off (informal), make fun of, lampoon, burlesque, take the mickey out of (informal), take the piss out of (taboo slang), satirize a spoof that sends up the macho world of fighter pilots
send something out
1. dispatch, post, mail, forward, direct, send off, convey, consign, remit, send on, put in the post or mail She had sent out well over four hundred invitations.
2. emit, broadcast, discharge, radiate, exude, give off The crew did not send out any distress signals.
3. produce, bear, yield, bring forth The plant should send out new side shoots.

send

verb
1. To cause (something) to be conveyed to a destination:
2. To direct or allow to leave.Also used with away:
Idioms: send about one's business, send packing, show someone the door.
3. To direct (a person) elsewhere for help or information:
4. Slang. To move or excite greatly:
phrasal verb
send for
To demand to appear, come, or assemble:
phrasal verb
send forth
To discharge material, as vapor or fumes, usually suddenly and violently:
phrasal verb
send up
Informal. To place officially in confinement:
Translations
يَجْعَل، يَدْفَعُ إلىيُرْسِليُرْسِلُيَقْذِف
poslatuvrhnout
sendeskydebringe
lähettää
poslatislati
küld
kirim
koma í tiltekiî ástandsendasenda, skjóta
送る
보내다
mittere
išlydėtiišsikviestiišsiuntinėtipasiųstipasiųsti ką šalin
izraisītmestraidītsūtītsviest
expediatrimite
poslatiposlati po kogaodposlati
skickasända
ส่ง
gửi đi

send

[send] (sent (pt, pp))
A. VT
1. (= dispatch) [+ letter, parcel, money, telegram] → mandar, enviar
please send me further detailsruego me mande or me envíe más detalles
I wrote the letter but didn't send itescribí la carta pero no la eché al correo
Jan sends her apologiesJan pide que la disculpen or excusen
I had some flowers sent to herle mandé or envié unas flores
to send sb one's lovemandar recuerdos a algn
he sent word that he wished to discuss peaceavisó or (LAm) mandó (a) decir que quería hablar de hacer las paces
these things are sent to try usesto es que Dios or el Señor nos pone a prueba
2. (= cause to go) [+ person] → mandar; [+ troops] → mandar, enviar
they sent him here to helplo mandaron para que nos ayudara, lo mandaron a ayudarnos
to send a child to bed/to schoolmandar a un niño a la cama/a la escuela
to send sb for sth: I sent her for some breadla mandé a comprar pan or (Sp) a por pan
they sent me for an X-rayme mandaron a hacerme una radiografía
to send sb homemandar a algn a casa; (from abroad) → repatriar a algn
to send sb to prisonmandar a algn a la cárcel
he was sent to prison for seven yearsfue condenado a siete años de cárcel
to send sb to Coventryhacer el vacío a algn
to send sb packingmandar a algn a freír espárragos
3. (= convey) [+ signal] → enviar, mandar
4. (= propel) he sent the ball into the back of the netlanzó or mandó el balón al fondo de la red
the blow sent him sprawlingel golpe lo tumbó
it has sent prices through the roofha hecho que los precios se pongan por las nubes or se disparen
to send sth/sb flyingmandar algo/a algn volando por los aires
see also shiver 1 A
5. (= drive) their music sent the fans wildsu música volvía locos a los fans
my attempt sent him into fits of laughterle entró un ataque de risa al ver cómo lo intentaba
the rain sent us indoorsla lluvia nos obligó a meternos en casa
the sight sent her running to her motherlo que vio la hizo ir corriendo a su madre
his lessons used to send me to sleepme solía quedar dormido en sus clases
6. (= enthral) that tune sends meesa melodía me chifla
he sends meme vuelve loca
B. VI she sent to say thatmandó or envió un recado diciendo que ..., mandó (a) decir que ... (LAm)
we shall have to send to France for reinforcementstendremos que pedir or (LAm) mandar a pedir refuerzos a Francia
send away
A. VI + ADV to send away for sthescribir pidiendo algo, pedir algo por correo
B. VT + ADV
1. [+ person] (= dismiss) → despachar; (= send to another place) → mandar
I ordered the servants to send him awayordené a los criados que lo despacharan
I was sent away to boarding school at 13me mandaron a un internado a los 13 años
please don't send me away againpor favor no me vuelvas a pedir que me vaya
see also flea A
2. [+ goods] → mandar, enviar
it will have to be sent away to be repairedhabrá que mandarlo or enviarlo a que lo arreglen
send back VT + ADV [+ person] → hacer volver, hacer regresar; [+ goods] → mandar de vuelta, devolver; [+ ball] → devolver
send down VT + ADV
1. (= cause to go down) [+ prices] → provocar la bajada de, hacer bajar; [+ diver] → mandar, enviar
2. (Brit) (Univ) (= expel) → expulsar
3. (= imprison) → meter en la cárcel
he was sent down for two yearslo condenaron a dos años de cárcel
send for VI + PREP
1. [+ person] → mandar a buscar, mandar llamar
the manager sent for meel jefe mandó a buscarme or me mandó llamar
2. [+ catalogue, information] → escribir pidiendo, pedir por correo
send forth VT + ADV (liter) [+ smoke etc] → emitir, arrojar; [+ sparks] → lanzar
to send sb forth into the worldenviar a algn a vivir en el mundo
send in VT + ADV [+ report, application, competition entry] → mandar, enviar; [+ resignation] → presentar; [+ troops, reinforcements] → enviar, mandar; [+ visitor] → hacer pasar
send him in!¡que pase!
send off
A. VI + ADV = send away A
B. VT + ADV
1. [+ letter, parcel] → mandar, enviar; [+ goods] → despachar, expedir
2. [+ person] → mandar; (= say goodbye to) → despedir
they sent the children off to playmandaron a los niños a jugar
3. (Sport) [+ player] → expulsar
he got sent off for swearinglo expulsaron por decir palabrotas
send on VT + ADV
1. [+ letter] → remitir, reexpedir; [+ luggage, document, report] → remitir; [+ person] → mandar
an advance guard was sent on ahead with the newsmandaron a una avanzadilla por delante con la noticia
2. (Sport) [+ substitute] → mandar a jugar
send out
A. VI + ADV to send out for sth: we sent out for sandwichesmandamos a alguien a traer or (Sp) a por unos sándwiches
B. VT + ADV
1. (= dispatch) [+ invitations, circulars, scout, envoy] → mandar, enviar; [+ person] (on errand) → mandar
I sent him out to get a paperlo mandé a comprar un periódico
2. (= dismiss) → echar
she was sent out for talkingla echaron (de clase) por hablar
3. (= emit) [+ smoke] → despedir; [+ signal] → emitir (Bot) [+ shoot] → echar
send round VT + ADV (= dispatch) [+ item] → mandar, enviar; [+ person] → mandar
can you send someone round to fix it?¿puede mandar a alguien a arreglarlo or para que lo arregle?
we'll send a car round to pick you upmandaremos un coche a recogerlo
I'll have it sent round to youharé que te lo manden or envíen
send up VT + ADV
1. (= cause to rise) [+ rocket, balloon,] → lanzar; [+ smoke, dust, spray] → despedir; [+ prices] → provocar la subida de, hacer subir
2. (= dispatch) send him up!¡que suba!
I'll have some coffee sent upmandaré or pediré que me suban café
3. (Brit) (= parody) → burlarse de, parodiar
4. (= blow up) → volar

send

[ˈsɛnd] [sent] (pt, pp) vt
[+ letter, package, email] → envoyer
I need to send this package → Je dois envoyer ce paquet.
to send sb sth, to send sth to sb → envoyer qch à qn
She sent me a birthday card → Elle m'a envoyé une carte d'anniversaire.
I sent you an email - did you get it? → Je t'ai envoyé un mail, tu l'as reçu?
to send sth by post (British) to send sth by mail (US)envoyer qch par la poste
[+ person] (to place)envoyer
Why are you here? Who sent you? → Que faites-vous ici? Qui vous envoie?
to send sb to do sth → envoyer qn faire qch
She sent me to get some more bread → Elle m'a envoyé chercher plus de pain.
to send sb for sth (= to find sth) → envoyer qn chercher qch (= to have test, X-ray)
The doctor sent me for a check-up → Le médecin m'a envoyé faire un bilan de santé.
to send sb home → renvoyer qn chez lui
to send sb to school → envoyer qn à l'école
to send sb to boarding school → envoyer qn en pension
to be sent to prison → être envoyé(e) en prison
to send sb to the head teacher → envoyer qn chez le proviseur
to send sb to Coventry (British)mettre qn en quarantaine
(= convey) [+ message, regards] → envoyer
she sends her love, she sends you her love → elle vous envoie ses amitiés
to send a message (= make sb understand sth) → porter un message
I want America to send a message that our society values and honors service to community → Je veux que l'Amérique porte le message que notre société estime et honore les services rendus à la communauté.
to send word that ... → faire dire que ...
(= transmit) [+ signal] → envoyer
to send sth to sth → envoyer qch à qch
The transmitters send a signal to the base station → Les transmetteurs envoient un signal à la base.
(= cause change) to send sb to sleep → endormir qn
to send sb into fits of laughter → faire rire qn aux éclats
to send sb mad → rendre qn fou(folle)
(= move, knock) to send sth flying → envoyer valser qch
to send sth crashing down → envoyer qch se fracasser par terre
send away
vt sep
[+ letter, goods] → expédier
[person] → renvoyer
send away for
vt fuscommander par correspondance, se faire envoyer
send back
vt sep
[+ goods, letter, package] → renvoyer
[+ signal, image] → renvoyer
the pictures that the satellite was sending back → les images que le satellite renvoyait
[+ meal] (in restaurant)renvoyer en cuisine
send down
vt sep (British) (= send to prison) to be sent down → être condamné(e) à la prison
He was sent down for life → Il a été condamné à la prison à la vie.
send for
vt fus
(= summon) [+ person, doctor] → envoyer chercher
(by post)se faire envoyer, commander par correspondance
send in
vt sep [+ report, application, resignation] → remettre
send off
vt sep
[+ goods, package] → expédier; [+ application, form] → expédier
(British) [+ player] → expulser
He was sent off → Il a été expulsé.
send off for
vt fus [+ information, brochure] → se faire envoyer; [+ product] → commander par correspondance
I've sent off for a brochure → Je me suis fait envoyer une brochure.
She sent off for a book → Elle a commandé un livre par correspondance.
send on
vt sep
(British) (= forward) [+ letter] → faire suivre
[+ luggage] (in advance)(faire) expédier à l'avance
send out
vt sep
[+ invitation] → envoyer
(= emit) [+ light, heat, signals] → émettre
send out for
vt fus [+ pizza] → commander par téléphone
Shall we send out for a pizza? → Et si on commandait une pizza par téléphone?
send round
vt sep
[+ letter, document] → faire circuler
[+ person] → envoyer
send up
vt sep
[+ price] → faire monter
(British) (= parody) → parodier

send

pret, ptp <sent>
vt
(= dispatch)schicken; letter, messengerschicken, senden; (= send off) letterabschicken; (Rad) radio waveausstrahlen; signal, SOSsenden; (through wires) → übermitteln; datasenden, übertragen; the satellite sends signals (to us)der Satellit sendet Signale aus/sendet uns Signale; it sends the wrong signal or message (fig)das könnte falsch verstanden werden; to send somebody to prison/to his deathjdn ins Gefängnis/in den Tod schicken; to send somebody on a course/tourjdn auf einen or zu einem Kurs/auf eine Tour schicken; to send somebody to universityjdn studieren lassen; to send somebody for somethingjdn nach etw schicken
she sends her love/congratulations/apologies etcsie lässt grüßen/ihre Glückwünsche ausrichten/sich entschuldigen etc; send him my love/best wishesgrüßen Sie ihn von mir
(= propel, make go) arrow, ballschießen; (hurl) → schleudern; (conveyor belt) → leiten, befördern; he/the explosion sent everything crashing to the grounder/die Explosion ließ alles krachend zu Boden fallen; the blow sent him sprawlingder Schlag schleuderte ihn zu Boden; the fire sent everyone running out of the buildingdas Feuer ließ alle das Gebäude fluchtartig verlassen; the blue ball sent the red across the tabledie blaue Kugel ließ die rote über den Tisch rollen; the particle is sent off at an angledas Teilchen fliegt schräg zur Seite weg; his speech sent a wave of excitement through the audienceseine Rede ließ eine Woge der Aufregung durch die Zuschauer gehen; the decision sent shock waves through the motor industrydie Entscheidung hat die Autobranche erschüttert; the explosion had sent the spaceship off coursedie Explosion hatte das Raumschiff vom Kurs abgebracht
(= cause to become, cause to go) this sent him into a real furydas machte ihn fürchterlich wütend; this sent him (off) into fits of laughterdas ließ ihn in einen Lachkrampf ausbrechen; to send prices soaringdie Preise in die Höhe treiben; to send shares soaringAktien in die Höhe schnellen lassen
(inf)umhauen; that tune/he sends meder Song/Typ haut mich um (inf), → ich bin ganz hin und weg von dem Song/ihm (sl) ? sent
(old)geben; send her victoriousmöge sie siegreich sein (liter)
vi she sent to say that …sie ließ sagen or ausrichten or bestellen, dass …; the mail-order firm suddenly stopped sendingdie Versandfirma lieferte plötzlich nicht mehr

send

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sendoff
nAbschied m, → Verabschiedung f; to give somebody a good sendjdn ganz groß verabschieden (inf)
send-up
n (Brit inf) → Verulkung f (inf); to do a send of somebody/somethingjdn/etw verulken (inf)

send

[sɛnd] (sent (pt, pp)) vt
a. (gen) → mandare; (letter, telegram) → mandare, spedire; (arrow, rocket, ball) → lanciare
to send by post (Am) send by mail → spedire per posta
to send by telex/fax → mandare via telex/fax
to send word that ... → mandare a dire che...
she sends (you) her love → ti saluta affettuosamente
to send sb for sth → mandare qn a prendere qc
to send sb to do sth → mandare qn a fare qc
to send sb home → mandare qn a casa (from abroad) → rimpatriare qn
to send sb to prison/bed/school → mandare qn in prigione/a letto/a scuola
to send sb to sleep (bore) → far addormentare qn
send sb into fits of laughter → far scoppiare dal ridere qn
the explosion sent a cloud of dust into the air → l'esplosione ha sollevato una nuvola di polvere
to send a shiver down sb's spine → far venire i brividi a qn
to send sb flying → mandare qn a gambe all'aria
to send sth flying → far volare via qc
to send sb to Coventry (Brit) → dare l'ostracismo a qn
b. (cause to become) to send sb madfar impazzire qn
that really sends me (fam) (old) → mi manda in visibilio
send away vt + adv (person) → mandare; (get rid of) → mandare via
send away for send off for vi + adv + preprichiedere per posta, farsi spedire
send back vt + advrimandare
send down vt + adv (person, prices) → far scendere (Brit) (student) → cacciare, mandar via (fam) (imprison) → mandare in galera
send for vi + prep
a. (doctor, police) → (mandare a) chiamare, far venire
b. (by post) → ordinare per posta
send in vt + adv (person) → far entrare; (troops) → inviare; (report, application, resignation) → presentare
send off vt + adv (person) → mandare; (letter, goods) → spedire (Ftbl) (player) → espellere
to send sb off to do sth → mandare qn a fare qc
send off for vi + adv + prep = send away for
send on vt + adv (Brit) (letter) → inoltrare; (luggage, in advance) → spedire in anticipo; (afterwards) → mandare, spedire
send out
1. vi + adv to send out for sthmandare a prendere qc
2. vt + adv
a. (person) → mandar fuori; (troops) → inviare
b. (post, invitations) → mandare, spedire
c. (emit, light, heat) → mandare, emanare; (signals) → emettere
send round vt + adv (letter, document) → far circolare
to send sb round (to sb) → mandare qn (da qn)
I'll send it round later → te lo farò pervenire più tardi
send up vt + adv
a. (person, luggage) → mandar su; (balloon, rocket, flare) → lanciare; (smoke, dust) → sollevare; (prices) → far salire
b. (Brit) (fam) (make fun of, person, book) → fare la parodia di

send

(send) past tense, past participle sent (sent) verb
1. to cause or order to go or be taken. The teacher sent the disobedient boy to the headmaster; She sent me this book.
2. to move rapidly or with force. He sent the ball right into the goal.
3. to cause to go into a certain, usually bad, state. The news sent them into a panic.
ˈsender noun
a person who sends eg a letter.
send away for
to order by post. I've sent away for some things that I saw in the catalogue.
send down
to expel (a student) from a university.
send for
to ask to come, or order to be delivered. Her son was sent for; I'll send for a taxi.
send in
to offer or submit, eg for a competition. He sent in three drawings for the competition.
send off to accompany (a person) to the place, or be at the place, where he will start a journey: A great crowd gathered at the station to send the football team off (noun ˈsend-off)
send off for
to send away for.
send out
1. to distribute eg by post. A notice has been sent out to all employees.
2. (eg of plants) to produce. This plant has sent out some new shoots.
send (someone) packing / send (someone) about his business
to send (a person) away firmly and without politeness. He tried to borrow money from me again, but I soon sent him packing.

send

يُرْسِلُ poslat sende senden στέλνω enviar lähettää envoyer poslati inviare 送る 보내다 verzenden sende wysłać enviar посылать skicka ส่ง göndermek gửi đi 发送

send

vi. enviar, mandar.
References in classic literature ?
The man who had proclaimed himself the only true servant of God in all the valley of Wine Creek, and who had wanted God to send him a sign of approval by way of a son out of the womb of Kather- ine, began to think that at last his prayers had been answered.
I can send her a wire from Kurzon after I get there.
When we had to borrow anything, or to send about word that there would be preaching at the sod schoolhouse, I was always the messenger.
Well, send him about his business when he bores you, Edna," instructed her husband as he prepared to leave.
That busy Frenchman, Montcalm, will send his spies into our very camp, but he will know what road we travel
He sends all sorts of loving wishes for Christmas, and an especial message to you girls," said Mrs.
Machines send out their own mapping, and each retains a table of mappings.
The parents then send the tags, which say either ``With love from Mom'' or ``With love from Dad'' to their children.
In 2002 it positioned itself in the Spanish market as a strong competitor to the remittance agencies, launching a creative initiative known as multichannel transfers that allow a customer to send money not only via the bank itself by also through ATMs (using a special envelope for remittances) and by text message from a cellular phone.
King says you should send out press releases only when something newsworthy is happening in your company.