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/ send; sZnd/ v (pt, pp sent / sent; sZnt/) 1 [Tn, Tn.pr, Tn.p, Dn.n, Dn.pr] ~ sth/sb (to sb/sth) cause sth/sb to go or be taken without going oneself ; : send a letter, telegram, message, etc * send goods, documents, information * I've sent the children to bed. . * Send out the invitations to the party. . * His mother sent him to the shop to get some bread. . * We sent him a letter/We sent a letter to him. . 2 [Tn, Tn.p] ~ sth (out) transmit (a signal, etc) by radio waves : The radio operator sent (out) an appeal for help to headquarters. . 3 [Tn.pr, Tn.p, Cn.g] cause (sth) to move sharply or quickly, often by force : Whenever he moved, the wound sent pains all along his arm. , . * Space rockets are being sent up all the time. . * She bumped against the table and sent the crockery crashing to the ground, ie knocked it to the ground. , . * The explosion sent us running in all directions. . * (fig ) The difficult word sent me to my dictionary, ie to find its meaning. , . * The bad weather has sent vegetable prices up. , . * The storm sent the temperature down. , . 4 (a) [Cn.a] cause (sb) to become : send sb mad/crazy/insane/berserk [//]. (b) [Tn.pr] ~ sb to/into sth make sb enter a specified state : send sb to sleep * send sb into a rage, a frenzy, fits of laughter * The news sent the Stock Exchange into a panic. . 5 [It] (fml ) send a message : She sent to say that she was safe and well. . 6 [Tn] (dated infml , ) excite (sb); thrill ; : That music really sends me! ! 7 (idm ) give/send sb one's love => love1. send sb about his business = send sb packing. send sb/sth flying hit or knock sb/sth so that he/it falls over or backwards [] : The blow sent him flying. . send things flying cause things to be thrown violently in all directions . send sb `packing (infml ) tell sb (roughly or rudely) to go away : She tried to interfere, but I sent her packing! , ! send sb to `Coventry refuse to speak to sb, esp as a punishment by other members of a group : Men who refused to strike were sent to Coventry by their colleagues. , . 8 (phr v) send away (to sb) (for sth) = send off (for sth). send sb down (Brit) (a) expel (a student) from a university . (b) (infml ) sentence sb to imprisonment : He was sent down for ten years for armed robbery. . send for sth; send for sb (to do sth) ask or order that sth be brought or delivered, or that sb should come , : send for a fresh supply of paper * send for a taxi, an ambulance, a doctor * send for sb to repair the TV . send sb in order sb to go to a place in order to deal with a situation : Soldiers were sent in to quell the riots. . send sth in send sth by post to a place where it will be dealt with : Have you sent in your application for the job? ? send off (for sth) write to sb to ask for sth to be sent to one by post : I've sent off for those bulbs I saw advertised in the paper. . send sb off (Brit) (of a referee, etc) send a footballer, etc off the playing field for breaking the rules of play . send sth off send sth by post; dispatch sth : Have you sent that letter off yet? There's something I want to add to it. ? . send sth out (a) give sth out from itself; emit sth ; : The sun sends out light and warmth. . (b) produce sth : The trees send out new leaves in spring. . send sb to.... cause sb to attend a particular place or institution : They send their daughter to one of the best schools in the country. . * He was sent to hospital/to prison. []. send sb up (US infml ) send sb to prison . send sb/sth up (Brit infml ) make fun of sb/sth, esp by copying in a comical way []: comedians who send up members of the government * Bill is constantly being sent up by his children. .
OXFORD ENGLISH DICTIONARY posted at 2009-11-22 13:42:20
§ Mothers Day § crusher § put sth towards sth § christmas § xmas §

Better Explanations about "send"

Send is the time required to send the HTTP request message to the server and will depend on the amount of data that is sent to the server. For example, long Send times will result from uploading files using an HTTP POST
Cer posted at 2010-9-18 11:14:35
Send is the time required to send the HTTP request message to the server and will depend on the amount of data that is sent to the server. For example, long Send times will result from uploading files using an HTTP POST
Cer posted at 2010-9-18 11:14:35

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