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 ?
I even manage to put a little aside and to send something to my father," he went on, emitting a smoke ring.
'It's simple: The Senate is not going to send something to the president that he won't sign,' said McConnell spokesman Don Stewart.
Mr Sharif told the court that it was an honour for a son if he could send something to his parents.
But until his invention in 1971 of the first network person-to-person email there was no way to send something to a specific person at a specific address.
he'd like to send something to the station that we could raffle or auction to raise more money.
(This is where some people get a little cross with me.) If you send something to your dream client with the intention of making a deposit toward your relationship, it has to be something of value.
Chief executive Peter Davies warns: "These people tell victims, 'I will pretend to be you and send something to all your friends and family unless you do this one thing for me on a webcam.
"We'll put something together, send something to him as a whole group."
* It seems not implausible that Israel could become the third country to send something to the moon.
So we decided that instead of sending Christmas cards, we would send something to Transaid.
If I want to send something to John Doe (which I never have, incidentally), I just write his name on the envelope, along with his address, and shoot it along.
Send something to: PO Box 170504, San Francisco, CA 94117
"I gave them 10 euros (pounds 6.80) but they didn't even want to take that, and I'll send something to the man who guided me to the garage."
"Whenever you get lucky enough to send something to Mars, you need an answer you want to be certain of," he says.
``They are a long way from home at a special time of year and so, if anybody can spare the time to send something to the troops, it is guaranteed that it won't be wasted.