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send sb in

phrasal verb with send
 
 
/send/ verb [T] (sent, sent)
to send soldiers, police, etc. to a place in order to deal with a dangerous situation: The troops were sent in to prevent violence.
to tell someone to go into a room because the person in there is ready to see them: You can send the next candidate in now.
Translations of “send sb in ”
in Chinese (Traditional) 派遣(部隊、員警等)去…
in Russian направлять (войска, полицию)…
in Turkish asker/polis sevketmek/göndermek…
in Chinese (Simplified) 派遣(部队、警察等)去…
in Polish wysyłać kogoś…
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