Translation of send in Spanish:
- 1 (dispatch) to send something by postI'm having some money sent by cablemandar or enviar algo por correoMike sends his regards/apologiesme van a mandar or enviar un girosend her my loveMike manda saludos/pide que lo disculpenthey sent word of his arrivalmándale saludos or recuerdos de mi parteavisaron que había llegadomandaron (a) decir que había llegado (Latin America)Example sentences
- To return merchandise, pack it carefully (use the original packing material if possible) and send it back to us with a copy of your shipment receipt.
- Their relationship began 18 months after Myfanwy died, with a low-key old-fashioned courtship; he sent flowers, there were candlelit dinners.
- Five months after her transfer, she sent a rambling 15-page handwritten letter to two journalists at the Adelaide Advertiser.
- He was more a man of deeds than of words - he always performed what he promised, and when this had been done, he sent to let the petitioner know that his wishes had been granted.
- Mr. Norton allowed the child to lie ill for a week - indeed to be at death's door - before he sent to inform me.
- 2 (direct, cause to go) to send somebody on an errand/a coursewe'll send a car to pick you upmandar a alguien a hacer un recado or mandado/un cursothey've sent Bill across to helpmandaremos un coche a recogerlosend him along to see me this afternoonhan mandado a Bill para que nos ayudeto send somebodydígale que venga a verme esta tardemándemelo esta tarde
forsomethinghe sent me for some beerto send somebody to prison/the gallowsme mandó a comprar cervezame mandó a por cerveza (Spain) [colloquial]to send somebody to her/his deathmandar a alguien a la cárcel/al cadalsoto send somebody packingenviar a alguien a la muertemandar a alguien a freír espárragos [colloquial]Example sentences
- The judge then gave his majority direction and sent the jury away for further deliberations.
- Jade Emperor cried, and he summoned Mountain God, ordering him to send mountains to fall upon the dragons.
- The principal printed out her entries, made her do corrective work order, and even sent her for counselling.
- 3 3.1 (propel, cause to move) See examples: he sent the ball over the fencehigh winds sent the ship off coursemandó la pelota al otro lado del cercothe assassination sent shock waves around the worldfuertes vientos desviaron la nave de su rumbothe thought of it sent a shiver down my spineel asesinato conmocionó al mundothe news sent prices up/down/soaringme dio un escalofrío de solo pensarlothe blow sent him reelingla noticia hizo subir/bajar/disparar los preciosshe sent everything flyingel golpe lo dejó tambaleándose3.2 (transmit)lo hizo saltar todo por los airesExample sentences
- In any kind of breeze they smoke like a forest fire, sending clouds of grey dust over the moored yachts and into harbourside streets.
- She managed only to claw the piled ash, sending a cloud into the air.
- Mike quickly pushed forward sending random shots toward them as the five of them cleared off.
- 4 4.1 (person) (+ compl) her remark sent him into a rage/fits of laughterthe kind of voice that sends you to sleepsu comentario lo puso furioso/lo hizo morir de risa4.2 (carry away) [slang] [dated] this music sends meel tipo de voz que te hace dormiresta música me transporta or [colloquial] me mata or me chifla
- 5 (cause to happen) these things are sent to try usDios nos pone a prueba con estas cosasExample sentences
- I think this sudden heatwave is sending me kinda crazy.
- People weren't generally allowed to work at the Workshop for more than three months at a time. They thought it would send people crazy.
- The whispers in the walls were sending me slowly crazy, and the constant whirring of my empty mind made me feel dizzy.
- 1.1verb + object + preposition + objectsend somebody after them
- 1.1 (send over) 1.2 (circulate)
- 1verb + object + adverb, verb + adverb + object 1.1 (dismiss) See examples: don't send me away
- 1.1 (from university) (usually passive) 1.2 (to prison) [colloquial]
- 1.1 (ask to come)
- 1.1 (send out)
- 1.1 1.2 (substitute) (Sport)
- 1verb + object + adverb, verb + adverb + object (dispatch)
- 1.1 (in advance)
- 1verb + object + adverb, verb + adverb + object 1.1 (emit)
- → send around
- 1 (to prison)
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