send to

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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Even so, 80% of the money that immigrants send to their countries of origin passes through our offices," says Gonzalo Valiente Calvo, vice president of the National Association of Remittance Agencies.
Many marketers, for example, make the request at the close of every e-mail they send to a mailing list subscriber.
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To send this document to the reviewers, go to the toolbar and click on File, Send To, Mail Recipient (for Review) (see exhibit 2, page 72).
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Solicited commercial e-mail is generally recognized as promotional e-mail you send to people you have done business with or who have requested information from you, and who through this existing relationship expressly or implicitly give you permission to communicate with them.
In many-to-many applications, hosts can both send to and receive from the multicast group.
You can't fully appreciate just how much mail members of Congress send to their constituents until you've been underneath the Rayburn congressional office building.