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Phrasal Verbs

mail out

This page is about the phrasal verb mail out

Meaning: to mail copies of something like a catalog or a CV to many people

Synonym: send out

For example:

  • mail out sth Every year we mail out our sales catalog to over 100,000 customers.

  • mail sth out The telephone company mails their bills out at the end of each month.

Nouns often used as objects with mail out: catalog, brochure, survey, questionnaire, CV, resume, prospectus, bill

Quick Quiz:

When we were looking for investors, we mailed our prospectus out to

a. a guy in London

b. two or three old friends

c. hundreds of people and companies

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