send (one's) love to (someone)

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send (one's) love to (someone)

To convey a message of one's love and affection to someone. The phrase is used when the person being addressed will be seeing the intended recipient of the message before the speaker. I'm sorry she couldn't be here, but please send my love to Grandmom. Let's not forget to tell Aunt Martha to send our love to Uncle Henry when she drops by.
See also: love, send

give/send my love to somebody

(informal) used to send friendly greetings to somebody: Give my love to Mary when you see her.Bob sends his love.
See also: give, love, send, somebody
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Many took to Twitter to send their love to devastated Holden and her husband Chris Hughes, who have a five-year-old daughter Lexi.
Nanny and Grandad Shep, Mommy and Daddy, sister Tanaya and brothers Jamie, Charlie and Ollie all send their love to a special little boy.
Sam Hammam and everyone at the club send their love to his partner Sue, his family and all his close friends at this difficult time, whilst also giving thanks for his fantastic support of the club - lasting over 50 years.