send (someone or something) to (someone, something, or some place)

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send (someone or something) to (someone, something, or some place)

To dispatch someone or something to some person, thing, or location; to instruct or direct someone to travel to, or something to be taken to, someone, something, or some place. I sent a package to you three weeks ago. Has it still not arrived? They're sending me to London to set up a new international headquarters. We're sending an inspector to the worksite to make sure all health and safety regulations are being followed.
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send something to someone or something

to dispatch something to someone, something, or some place. I will send the books to my parents. I sent the order to Detroit.
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References in classic literature ?
This evening, or tomorrow, the cardinal will send someone to take you away."
"I repeatedly asked them to send someone to check my electrics and also asked for a smart meter but got no reply.
He said: "It is unacceptable you send someone to do their country's duty with this hanging in the background."
If your child had gone on a hike with someone or by themselves and had their phone with them and they got lost what would you do, pull out your phone, and could track and send someone to help.
Then he threatened to send someone to burn my wife's face with acid in Milano if I ever contacted him or called the police," the fashion consultant claimed to prosecutors.
In 2013, the Unilever brand used the spot to announce plans to send someone to space.
My wife phoned the council who said they would send someone to empty it the next day.
Foreign Office officials told Kate Conroy it would be too dangerous to send someone to get her husband Paul out of the besieged city of Homs.
Every time we call the ministry they say they will send someone to look into the problem, but no-one has come so far.
A WOMAN on Anglesey says she was left "frightened" by a bogus caller who threatened to send someone to collect cash for anti-viral computer software she hadn't ordered.
I would be grateful if you could send someone to visit me to explain a story which I'd like for you to edit, regarding the conditions of this prison.
Columbus himself requested that King Ferdinand and Queen Isabella send someone to investigate the Spanish colonists' rebellion.
Will you please send someone to mend the garden path?
So the surgeon made the unusual decision to send someone to the local Halfords DIY store to buy a pounds 2.50 star-head screwdriver while the patient was still under general anaesthetic.
I think the Catholic Church still has "sin-itus." How could anyone believe that God would send someone to hell for all eternity for eating meat on Friday?