Definition of send-off in English:

send-off

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noun

A celebratory demonstration of goodwill at a person’s departure: I got an affectionate send-off from my colleagues
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  • Queen Ida, landlady of the Slip Inn for 24 years, was given a grand send-off at her funeral at Milnrow Parish Church on Monday.
  • The aircraft will be raised on deck for 90 minutes for the farewell send-off.
  • In Japan, few rituals are as tightly scripted as the send-off for the dearly departed.
Synonyms
farewell, goodbye, adieu, leave-taking, valediction, going-away party; funeral; Latinvale

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