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Translation of "send" - English-Traditional Chinese dictionary

send

verb [T] (POST) 郵寄     /send/ (sent)
to cause something to go from one place to another, especially by post 送;發送;(尤指)郵寄 [+ two objects] I'll send her a letter/fax/parcel/postcard next week. 我下周要給她寄信/發傳真/寄包裹/寄明信片。 We'll send it by post/airmail/sea. 我們將用郵寄/航空/海運的方式發送。 Could you send a reply to them as quickly as possible. 你能否盡快給他們回信? The news report was sent by satellite. 這則新聞報道是用衛星傳送的。 She sent a message with John to say that she couldn't come. 她請約翰傳信說自己不能來了。 They sent her flowers for her birthday. 他們送花為她慶祝生日。 Maggie sends her love and hopes you'll feel better soon. 瑪吉問候你,希望你早日康復。 Delivering and despatching
(Definition of send verb (POST) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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