send around for (someone or something)

send around for (someone or something)

1. To dispatch someone or something to a specific location in order to collect someone or something. A noun or pronoun is used either before or, less commonly, after "around." The movie sent a driver around for me every morning we were filming so I wouldn't have to worry about commuting. I'll send around my assistant for the package later today.
2. To dispatch someone or something to a specific location for someone's use or benefit. A noun or pronoun is used either before or, less commonly, after "around." We'll send some more workers around for you next week to help speed up construction. The manager of the hotel sent around a gift basket for us as an apology for the terrible experience we had there.
See also: around, send

send someone or something around for someone or something

to make someone or something go somewhere to pick up someone or something. I will send my driver around for you at about six. We sent a taxi around for Jane.
See also: around, send