Synonyms of 'send'
to cause (a person or thing) to go or be taken or transmitted to another placeHe sent a basket of exotic fruit and a card.
He dispatched a text message to Harper.
I'll post a card to her tonight.
He mailed me the contract.
The document was forwarded to the President.
direct, , ,
Please direct your replies to the editor.
Many immigrants regularly remit money to their families.
put in the post or mail
to cause (a person or thing) to go or be taken or transmitted to another placeThe space probe sent back pictures of Triton.
to cause to go to a place or pointHe let me go with a thrust of his wrist that sent me flying.
The rocket is designed to propel the spacecraft.
Groups of angry youths hurled stones at police.
The woman flung the cup at him.
He shot an arrow into the air.
a huge gun designed to fire nuclear or chemical shells
Our bowler steamed in to deliver the first ball of the match.
She took a pebble and cast it into the water.
He was catapulted into the side of the van.
to bring to a state or conditionThe constant noise sent him mad.
to move to excitement or rapture(old-fashioned, slang)
These stories surprised and moved me.
This comment pleased her immensely.
I only take on work that excites me.
The report has delighted environmentalists.
My brother charms everyone he meets.
I was intrigued by him, stirred by his intellect.
The electric atmosphere both thrilled and terrified him.
turn (someone) on (slang), ,
The spectators were electrified by his courage.
an eerie power to ravish the eye and seduce the soul
food to titillate the most jaded of palates
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in the sense of broadcast
to transmit (announcements or programmes) on radio or televisionCNN also broadcasts programmes in Europe.
in the sense of cast
to roll or throw (a dice)She took a pebble and cast it into the water.
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