send sth out Meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary
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"send sth out" in British English

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send sth out

phrasal verb with send uk   us   /send/ verb [T] (sent, sent)

send sth out (PRODUCE)

C2 to ​produce something in a way that ​causes it to ​spread out from a ​centralpoint: The ​equipmentsent out a ​regularhigh-pitchedsignal. The ​torchsends out a ​powerfulbeam of ​light. The ​bushes were ​sending out new ​shoots.

send sth out (POST/EMAIL)

to ​send something to a lot of different ​people, usually by ​post or ​email: We ​sent out the ​weddinginvitations about three ​weeks ago.
(Definition of send sth out from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

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send sth out

phrasal verb with send uk   us   /send/ verb [T] (sent, sent)
to ​produce something in a way that causes it to ​spread out from a ​centralpoint: The ​equipmentsent out a ​regular high-pitched ​signal.
COMMUNICATIONS to ​send something to a lot of different ​people, usually by ​mail or ​email: The ​marketing e-leaflets were ​sent out to all of the ​emailaddresses on the ​list.
(Definition of send sth out from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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