send


send
send
send1 [send]
vt.
sent, sending [ME senden < OE sendan, akin to Ger senden, Goth sandjan, caus. formation, “to cause to go” < IE base * sent-, to go, find out, discover > L sentire, to feel, sense, OIr sēt, way]
1.
a) to cause to go or be carried; dispatch, convey, or transmit
b) to dispatch, convey, or transmit (a letter, message, etc.) by mail, radio, etc.
2. to ask, direct, or command to go [send the boy home]
3. to arrange for the going of; enable to go or attend [to send one's son to college]
4. to cause or force to move, as by releasing, hitting, discharging, throwing, etc. [he sent the ball over the fence]
5. to bring or drive into some state or condition [sent him to his ruin]
6. to cause to happen, come, etc.; give [a misfortune sent by the gods ]
7. Slang to make very excited or exhilarated; thrill
vi.
1. to send a message, messenger, emissary, etc. [to send for help]
2. to transmit, as by radio
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send around
to put into circulation
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send away
to dispatch or banish
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send down
Brit. to suspend or expel from a university
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send flying
1. to dismiss or cause to depart hurriedly
2. to stagger or repel, as with a blow
3. to put to flight; rout
4. to scatter abruptly in all directions
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send for
1. to ask for the arrival of; summon
2. to place an order for; make a request for delivery of
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send forth
to be a source of; cause to appear; give out or forth; produce, emit, utter, etc.
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send in
1. to dispatch, hand in, or send to a central point or to one receiving
2. to put (a player) into a game or contest
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send off
1. to mail or dispatch (a letter, gift, etc.)
2. to dismiss
3. to give a send-off to
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send out
1. to dispatch, distribute, issue, mail, etc. from a central point
2. to send forth
3. to send someone on an errand (for something)
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send up
1. to cause to rise, climb, or go up
2. Informal to sentence to prison
3. [Informal, Chiefly Brit.] to make seem ridiculous, esp. by parody
sender
n.
send2 [send]
n.
[prob. < SEND1, but infl. by ASCEND]
1. the driving motion of a wave or the sea
2. SCEND
vi.
1. to be plunged forward, as by a wave
2. SCEND

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