send in

VERB
  1. mail in; cause to be delivered
    Send in your comments
  2. give one's name or calling card to a servant when making a formal visit
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How To Use send in In A Sentence

  • They are issuing posters appealing for people to ring a new helpline number or send information to an email address. The Sun
  • Targeting pod-equipped aircraft can make pre-raid surveillance videos, check for improvised explosive devices (IEDs), track targets such as gunmen or vehicles, and send information to ground units.
  • There's less than a month to go - so it is time to send in your nominations for our Community Pride awards.
  • But the licensing authority has reported her to the police, making it impossible to send in a post-dated cheque. Times, Sunday Times
  • The relay units will send information on the number of open spots to a centralized computer in San Jose via dedicated fast lines.
  • Here the goods are either loaded on the backs of yaks or on mule caravans to send into Tibet or to Nepal and Bhutan to be forwarded to Tibet.
  • Their landlord has threatened to send in the bailiffs if they don't pay their rent.
  • He asked people to send in anonymous postcards (via snail mail) disclosing big secrets in their lives.
  • It will also send information about specials deals, new offers and other things you may be interested in.
  • Taxpayers who do not send in their forms face an automatic fine.
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