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Meaning of “send” - Learner’s Dictionary

send

verb [T]     /send/ ( past tense and past participle sent)
SOMETHING
A1 to arrange for something to go or be taken somewhere, especially by post: [+ two objects] I sent him a letter last week. Do you think we should send flowers?Delivering and despatching
SOMEONE
B2 to make someone go somewhere: I sent him into the house to fetch some glasses.Delivering and despatching
send sb to sleep
to make someone start sleeping: Reading usually sends me to sleep. →  See also drive/send sb round the bend Sleep and sleeping
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