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send1 British & World English

Cause to go or be taken to a particular destination; arrange for the delivery of, especially by post

send2 British & World English

Variant spelling of scend.

send in scend British & World English

The push or surge created by a wave

scend British & World English

The push or surge created by a wave

send-up British & World English

An act of imitating someone or something in order to ridicule them; a parody

send word British & World English

Send a message

send for British & World English

Order or instruct (someone) to come to one; summon

send-off British & World English

A celebratory demonstration of goodwill at a person’s departure

send away for British & World English

Order or request that (something) be sent to one

send a message British & World English

Make a significant statement, either implicitly or by one’s actions

send for in send1 British & World English

Order or instruct (someone) to come to one; summon

send someone down British & World English

Expel a student from a university

send something in British & World English

Submit material to be considered for a competition or possible publication

send someone off British & World English

Instruct someone to go; arrange for someone’s departure

send something off British & World English

Dispatch something by post

send something on British & World English

Transmit mail or luggage to a further destination or in advance of one’s own arrival

send something out British & World English

Produce, emit, or give out something

send someone packing British & World English

Make someone leave in an abrupt or peremptory way

send someone flying British & World English

Cause someone to be knocked violently off balance or to the ground

send something down British & World English

Bowl a ball or an over

send someone/thing up British & World English

Give an exaggerated imitation of someone or something in order to ridicule them

send someone up in send1 British & World English

Sentence someone to imprisonment

send something in in send1 British & World English

Submit material to be considered for a competition or possible publication

send someone off in send1 British & World English

Instruct someone to go; arrange for someone’s departure

send something off in send1 British & World English

Dispatch something by post

send something on in send1 British & World English

Transmit mail or luggage to a further destination or in advance of one’s own arrival

send something out in send1 British & World English

Produce, emit, or give out something

send someone/thing up in send1 British & World English

Give an exaggerated imitation of someone or something in order to ridicule them

send someone to Coventry British & World English

Refuse to associate with or speak to someone

send away for in send1 British & World English

Order or request that (something) be sent to one

send someone down in send1 British & World English

Expel a student from a university

send someone to the showers British & World English

Send off or eject someone from a match, race, or contest

send someone packing in pack1 British & World English

Make someone leave in an abrupt or peremptory way

send someone flying in send1 British & World English

Cause someone to be knocked violently off balance or to the ground

send a message in message British & World English

Make a significant statement, either implicitly or by one’s actions

send someone to Coventry in Coventry British & World English

Refuse to associate with or speak to someone

fly1 British & World English

Move or be hurled quickly through the air

resend British & World English

Send (a message, letter, package, etc.) again

send someone to in send1 British & World English

Arrange for someone to go to (an institution) and stay there for a particular purpose

send someone up in send someone down British & World English

Sentence someone to imprisonment

send someone to the showers in shower British & World English

Send off or eject someone from a match, race, or contest

prison British & World English

A building to which people are legally committed as a punishment for a crime or while awaiting trial

shudder British & World English

An act of shuddering


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