send around(redirected from send one around)
To cause someone or something to travel between various people or places. A noun or pronoun can be used between "send" and "around." I sent around my payment—did it ever reach you? We might have a job available, if your son is interested—send him around for an interview. We sent the memo around to all employees.
send someone or something around
to cause someone or something to go from place to place. I sent my secretary around to look for the missing book. I will send around some papers for you to sign.