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send sth back

phrasal verb with send uk   us   /send/ verb [T] (sent, sent)
B1 to ​return something to the ​person who ​sent it to you, ​especially because it is ​damaged or not ​suitable: I had to ​send the ​shirt back because it didn't ​fit me.

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send sth back

phrasal verb with send uk   us   /send/ verb [T] (sent, sent)
to ​return something to the ​person who ​sent it to you, especially because it is ​damaged or not suitable: He ​sent the ​laptop back as it was ​damaged.
(Definition of send sth back from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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