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to send: to mail, to post, to transmit
Could you send me an e-mail?

This is an irregular verb:
I send / I sent / I have sent

to send back: to return, to give back
We have to send the packages back, because some are smashed.

This is an irregular verb:
I send back / I sent back / I have sent back

to send one's love: to pass on one's best wishes, to give one's regards
Love is often used between friends as well as couples:

I send you my love.

Pronunciation examples
UK: I sent eight hundred Christmas cards last year.
US: Send Adrien my love when you see him.
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  • "I'm sending the kid over to your place this afternoon."
  • "Send Giuseppe the monkey!"
  • "You didn't need to send me a welcoming committee!"
  • "Second of all, who sent you?"
  • "I'll do anything, but please send me help!"
  • "Send a helicopter!"
  • "I know I'm sending this at short notice, but I was thinking of organising a picnic this weekend, and I'd like you all to join me."
  • "I like to send people a stream - or should I say glacier - of passive-aggressive e-mails until the person becomes numb and confused and eventually falls into a frozen lake."
  • "Send counter-proposal of $8.1 per unit"
  • "I've been sent to tell you 'Hi'!"

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