ship someone/something off Meaning in Cambridge American English Dictionary
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Meaning of "ship someone/something off" - American English Dictionary

ship someone/something off

phrasal verb with ship  us   /ʃɪp/ verb [T] (-pp-)
to send someone somewhere, esp. to an unpleasant place: When she was eight, her father shipped her off to Baltimore to live with her aunt.
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