- 1to cause something to go or be taken to a particular destination
- 2to cause someone to go somewhere or do something
- 3to transmit a message or information
Using send: Examples
Take a moment to familiarize yourself with how "send" can be used in various situations through the following examples!
I will send the package tomorrow.
He sent me a text message.
She sent her son to bed early.
The company sends out a monthly newsletter.
send Synonyms and Antonyms
Phrases with send
I had to send for a plumber when the pipes burst.
I need to send off this application before the deadline.
to cause someone or something to be ridiculed or criticized
His behavior at the party sent him up in everyone's opinion.
Summary: send in Brief
The verb 'send' [send] means to cause something or someone to go to a particular destination, to transmit a message or information, or to cause someone to go somewhere or do something. Examples include 'I will send the package tomorrow,' and 'She sent her son to bed early.' Phrases include 'send for,' meaning to request someone to come, and 'send off,' meaning to dispatch something by mail or courier.