send off (1)

This page is about the phrasal verb send off (1).

Meaning: If you send something off, you post it or send it by a courier service.

Synonym: post, mail, dispatch (formal)

For example:

  • send sth off If you send the orders off on Tuesday, they should arrive on Friday.

  • send off sth My son sent off his university application forms today.

Nouns often used as objects with send off (1): letter, parcel, package, order, application form

Quick Quiz:

If you want to send off a parcel, you should take it to

a. the bus station

b. the post office

c. the box office

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Contributor: Matt Errey