past tense, past participle - sent; verb
1) (to cause or order to go or be taken: The teacher sent the disobedient boy to the headmaster; She sent me this book.) poslati
2) (to move rapidly or with force: He sent the ball right into the goal.) poslati
3) (to cause to go into a certain, usually bad, state: The news sent them into a panic.) spraviti v
- send away for
- send down
- send for
- send in
- send off
- send off for
- send out
- send someone packing / send someone about his business
- send packing / send someone about his business
- send someone packing / send about his business
- send packing / send about his business
* * *
I [send]
spodbuda, pobuda, podnet, nagib; impulz; slang igranje v ritmu swinga; impulzivno igranje
II [send]
transitive verb
poslati, odposlati (to kam); odpraviti; spraviti v gibanje; izstreliti (naboj); usmeriti, nameriti (pogled) (at k, proti); udariti, vreči (žogo); (o bogu) dati, nakloniti;
intransitive verb
poslati (for po); poslati sporočilo
our attack sent the enemy flying — naš napad je pognal sovražnika v beg
to send s.o. about his business — na kratko odpraviti koga, spoditi koga
to send s.o. crazy — znoriti koga
to send coals to Newcastle — napraviti nekaj nepotrebnega, odvečnega; v Savo vodó nositi
to send s.o. to Coventry figuratively ne se hoteti družiti s kom
to send for — poslati po kaj, dati si prinesti kaj, naročiti kaj
to send for the doctor — poslati po zdravnika
God send it may not be so! — daj bog, da ne bi bilo tako!
to send to invite s.o. — poslati komu (po)vabilo
to send one's love — poslati prisrčen pozdrav, pozdraviti po kom
to send s.o. mad (out of his mind) — razdražiti, razbesneti koga, spraviti koga v blaznost, znoriti koga
to send a message — poslati sporočilo
I sent him packing figuratively odpustil sem ga (iz službe), spodil sem ga
to send by post — poslati po pošti
his playing really sends me — njegovo igranje me zares prevzame (navduši)
to send one's kind regards — lepo pozdravljati
to send to the right-about, send packing slang na kratko koga odpraviti, odpustiti koga, poslati k vragu koga
the news sent her into hysterics — ob tej novici je postala histerična
to send to school — poslati v šolo
to send to the skies slang ubiti
to send a shell — izstreliti granato
send him victorious! — da bi (le) zmagal!
send me a word! — sporoči (piši, javi se) mi!;
III [send]
pritisk, gonilna moč (valov); nautical nenaden sunek, premik (ladje, zaradi močnih valov)

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