send across( v.+prep. )
(使某人、物)横过,横穿 (cause sb/sth to) pass or move across sth
send sb/sth across sth
I wish you hadn't sent Bill across the Post Office on his own; that road is dangerous for a small child.
During the war, our relatives in America sent food parcels across the ocean, for which we were most grateful.
send after( v.+prep. )
派人寻找 send sb to search for
send after sb
Have you sent after him?
Nobody told him to leave. Send after him and bring him back.
I've sent after him and hope he'll get the message.
send sb/sth after sb
He had left without his umbrella, so I sent one of the boys after him.
The doctor went in such haste that he forgot his clinical thermometer and we had to send it after him.
send ahead( v.+adv. )
预先送出; 事先捎信 send (sb/sth) in advance; send a message in advance of one
Don't worry about a bed for tonight; I've sent ahead to the hotel to ask them to keep a room for us.
send sth ? ahead
It's best to send the heavy cases ahead so that they'll already be there when we arrive.
send along (v.+prep.)
派遣,发送 cause sb/sth to move a place or towards one
send sb/sth ? along
We'll send John along to collect the fees.
I'll send the book along to you in a few days.
send away( v.+adv. )
遣走,解雇 discharge or fire
send sb ? away
I have sent him away to that village.
She sent her son away for the summer vacation in the countryside.
I soon sent the salesman away, as I wasn't interested in what he was selling.
I think it's best to send the boy away to school, he's getting no proper education here.
The boss sent little Tom away.
We had to send the girl away for stealing the silver.
Edison's teacher thought that he wasn't clever, so he sent him away from school.
News spread round the school that the teacher had been sent away on account of bad behaviour.
send away for( v.+adv.+prep. )
函索,函购,订购 request sth or order (goods) to be sent by post
send away for sth
He wants to send away for some books.
We had to send away to the factory for spare parts.
Do you remember where to send away for the replacements?
We sent away for some sample bottles of a new brand of beer a few days ago, but they haven't arrived yet.
She sent away for a set of bed linen she saw advertised in a magazine.
When we lived in the country, we had to send away for many things we needed.
send back( v.+adv. )
send sb/sth ? back (to sb/sth)
They sent the manuscript back without comment.
Send him back to his father; he is too young to be a sailor.
We'll send them back to you tomorrow.
Will you send the book back to me when you've finished reading it?
This coat is too short in one sleeve. Send it back to the shop.
The satellite sent back signals as well as pictures to the earth.
His letter was sent back.
send down( v.+adv. )
把…开除出学校; 勒令…停学 expel or suspend from a university
send sth ? down
Perhaps that will send her temperature down.
The rain last night has sent the temperature down three degrees.
The increase in supply has sent the price of coffee down.
This good crop should send the price of apples down.
The special machine is for sending the dirty plates down to the kitchen.
send sb down
The university authorities sent the student down for the rest of the term.
He has been sent down for riotous behaviour.
He was sent down for ten years for armed robbery.
send down for( v.+adv.+prep. )
从上向下地要求 request, as from above to below
send down for sth
She sent down for more glue.
He sent down for more paint.
The head office has sent down for stationery.
Please send down for my shoes from the bedroom.
I'll send down to the kitchen for some more coffee.
send for( v.+prep. )
申请; 订购 send a request or order for sth
send for sb/sth
They sent for the doctor.
One of our water pipes has burst. We must send for the plumber.
I was sent for and I went to the headmaster's room.
The police were sent for immediately the disturbance began.
She was very ill, and her son was sent for.
send sb for sth
Mother sent my brother for the luggage.
Have you sent anyone for new books?
send for sth
You can send for these seeds at a very cheap price.
We haven't any more of this in stock, but we'll send for one with pleasure.
A dozen were sent for, but only ten were received.
send forth( v.+adv. )
发出,放出; 长出 produce
send forth sth
The flower sends forth fragrance.
The sun sends forth light and heat.
The trees send forth many new leaves.
As spring approaches, the trees begin to send forth tender buds.
The parcel must be sent forth at once.
send in( v.+adv. )
提交或发送 submit or dispatch
send sb/sth ? in
He sent in his resignation.
Have they sent in the accounts?
He sent in his card and was admitted.
Have you sent your article in to the magazine yet?
The correspondent sent in his messages regularly.
Have you sent in your application?
He sent in his application immediately.
I shan't bother to send in the manuscript; it's sure to be rejected.
He sent in three drawings for the competition.
The coach sent two players in.
All reports must be sent in by the end of the week.
Applications must be sent in by June 5.
Soldiers were sent in to quell the riots.
Entries have been sent in from all over the country.
send in for( v.+adv.+prep. )
选派〔选送〕…参加 offer sb/sth for (competition)
send in for sth
The painters sent in for more paint.
send sb/sth in for sth
The examination is very difficult,I don't send my students in for it until they're fully prepared.
Why don't you send your composition in for the competition?
send into (v.+prep.)
使…进入某状态 cause sb into a state
send sb/sth into sth
The news sent them into a panic.
Habart's school report sent Father into a terrible temper.
send off( v.+adv. )
派往; 运出 ask sb to; transport sth out
send sb off
The whole family went to the station to send them off.
That combat hero was warmly sent off by a large crowd.
send sb off to-v
Mary complained about getting up early in the morning to send her husband off to work.
send sth ? off
Have you sent that letter off yet?There's something I want to add to it.
We will send the goods off early tomorrow morning.
I should advise you to send the goods off early.
Please see that these parcels are sent off at once.
Light and heat are sent off, together with heavy smoke, and soon only black charcoal is left.
send sb/sth ? off
His teacher sent him off to the principal's office.
Please send the goods off today.
Troops were being sent off to the front.
send on1( v.+adv. )
使继续下去 cause to go on
send sth ? on
I'll send on any letters that come for you.
Would you kindly send on the enclosed letter to Gamelin.
Shall we send your letters on or keep them till you get back?
I asked my wife to send all my letters on while I was away from home.
She didn't want to carry her heavy cases, so she sent them on ahead of her.
When he moved he left instructions for his letters to be sent on to his new address.
send sb/sth ? on
They sent him on although he was ill.
They sent the traveller on to the next village.
As some urgent business detained him, he had to send his secretary on to the meeting.
You should never have sent on so inexperienced a player.
send on2( v.+prep. )
派…参加(某事) cause (sb) to take part in (an activity), often elsewhere
send sb/sth on sb/sth
The company is sending me on a management course.
The government has sent a delegation on friendly visits to some countries in Europe.
They were sent on a reconnaissance mission to Zhengzhou.
send out( v.+adv. )
散布; 派遣 circulate; dispatch
send sth ? out
They sent out invitations to many people.
This lamp sends out a powerful beam.
The stove sent out a nice heat.
A source of light sends out many rays in all directions.
The rose sends out strong fragrance.
This flower seems to send out fragrance only during the night.
That radio transmitter sends signals out constantly.
The fire sent out a lot of smoke but little damage was caused.
This hole in the cave wall sends out a strange noise when the wind blows in a certain direction.
A flip of the switch sent water gushing out.
The goods were sent out from the warehouse yesterday.
For a time their products could not be sent out.
send sth ? out
The trees send out new shoots in the spring.
send sb/sth ? out
The company is sending out leaflets to all its contacts.
Then we sent out five mobile sentries.
They were sent out as our representatives.
send sb/sth ? out to-v
They sent him out to get the newspaper.
send sb/sth ? out v-ing
The team sent some people out hunting and they bagged a wild boar.
send out for( v.+adv.+prep. )
派人出去取 send sb to obtain sth from somewhere else
send out for sth
The workmen in the building sent out for some sandwiches.
We stayed in our hotel room and sent out for food.
send sb out for sth
She sent her son out for a paper.
send over (v.+adv.)
派遣,发送 cause sb/sth to move to a different place
send sb/sth ? over
They sent him over to the police.
He's not here,I just sent him over to your place.
We'll send the new books over to you next week.
send round (v.+adv.)
把…发送过去; 请〔派〕…过去〔过来〕 cause sth to be passed among different people; cause sb to move to a different place
I'll send round tomorrow to receive it.
Send round to the grocer's for a tin of biscuits.
send sb/sth ? round
When the visitors arrive at your office, would you send them round?
When are they sending the goods round?
Have you sent round the notice about the Christmas party yet?
A notice is being sent round to all members.
send sb/sth ? round to-v
I'll send my boy round to collect the book.
We'll send someone round to repair your TV.
send up1( v.+adv. )
使显得可笑; 讽刺; 挖苦 make fun of ( usually a person or style)
send sth ? up
A rise in temperature will send up the pressure inside the casing.
The people on the island are sending up smoke signals.
The unusually severe winter in the south is sure to send up the price of oranges.
The heavy demand for beef sent the price up.
That piece of cake will send your weight up.
We have sent your name up to the Head Office, and you should hear about the job within a week.
He cleans the chimney by sending up a big brush.
They are sending the goods up from the shop.
Yet another spaceship has been sent up recently.
While the main party of climbers remained at base camp, two men were sent up to the top of the mountain.
These dishes are sent up to the restaurant from a kitchen on a lower floor.
send sth ? up
An enemy bomb has sent up the oil stores.
The enemy's ammunition was sent up in flames.
send sb up
I'm the one who sent him up.
Did you know that Milton was sent up for 20 years?
The murderer was sent up for life imprisonment.
send sb/sth ? up
At the end of the session, the students wrote a play in which they sent up their teachers.
He sent up the way his father walked and made everyone laugh.
The comic skit sent up the foolishness of young men in love.
send up2( v.+prep. )
使沿…上升,上行 cause (sb/sth) to move up sth
send sb/sth up sth
When the doctor arrives, send him upstairs, will you?
He cleans the chimney by sending a big brush up it.
Two men were sent up the mountain while the main party of climbers remained at base camp.