Send him across - Idioms by The Free Dictionary
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To cause, compel, instruct, or direct someone or something to move or travel across (something). A noun or pronoun can be used between "send" and "across." You'll need to wait for a break in traffic before you send the rest of the kids across the street. The company headquarters in London is sending across a new prototype to our New York office.
send someone or something across (something)
to cause someone or something to cross something. The coach sent the player across the field to give a message to someone on the other side. We sent the taxi across the river to pick up Gerald on the other side.
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Parents Sharon and Neil are trying to raise the necessary funds to send him across
Galactic Star finished strongly on his latest start on fast ground in the Jockey Club Stakes when third to Getaway, and his trainer will be keeping an eye on conditions this week before making a decision on whether to send him across
the channel next Sunday.
THEY don't come much tougher than Another Victim and Martin Bosley's decision to send him across
the border for his fourth race in ten days paid off under Fergus Sweeney in a thrilling finish to the five furlong handicap.