mail (something) to (one)

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mail (something) to (one)

To send a letter or package through the postal system to one. I've got to mail this check to the phone company before they shut off my phone lines! I'll have to leave some things here when I move—will you be able to mail them to me later?
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mail something to someone

to send something to someone by mail. I mailed the check to you yesterday. I mailed a gift to my niece.
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If you want us to mail something to you, we need a full mailing address.
A University administrator told her she could mail something to Bill in care of the Gallery Director in the Department of Fine and Performing Arts.
The main difference is that a commercial service lets you mail something to anyone else who is a part of that or a related service, while the LAN only lets you mail things to other people who are on that LAN or connected networks, such as company's widearea network.(20)