Japonya'ya bir koli göndermek istiyorum. - I want to send a parcel to Japan.
Nihayi ürünün bir kopyasını göndermek şartıyla bizim yazılımı dahil etmeniz için iznimiz var. - You have our permission to include our software on condition that you send us a copy of the final product.
To transfer information from one computer to another To send a file is called uploading the file See also receive
broadcast over the airwaves, as in radio or television; "We cannot air this X-rated song"
If you send someone to an institution such as a school or a prison, you arrange for them to stay there for a period of time. It's his parents' choice to send him to a boarding school, rather than a convenient day school
transfer; "The spy sent the classified information off to Russia" to cause or order to be taken, directed, or transmitted to another place; "He had sent the dispatches downtown to the proper people and had slept" cause to go somewhere; "The explosion sent the car flying in the air"; "She sent her children to camp"; "He directed all his energies into his dissertation
In PD diagrams, the send symbol represents the transmission of a message (message is used in the broad sense and may refer to materials, as well)
Used by the server to send a list of supported authentication type pairs (described below) to the client
An output from an audio desk independent of the main outputs Used to connect equipment like effects units etc Also Auxiliary Send
Once you are ready to send your message, clicking on the send button will send your message on its way!
To send someone or something into a particular state means to cause them to go into or be in that state. My attempt to fix it sent Lawrence into fits of laughter. before civil war and famine sent the country plunging into anarchy An obsessive search for our inner selves, far from saving the world, could send us all mad
To cause to go in any manner; to dispatch; to commission or direct to go; as, to send a messenger
to send someone to Coventry: see Coventry to send someone packing: see pack. Variant of scend
To send a signal means to cause it to go to a place by means of radio waves or electricity. The transmitters will send a signal automatically to a local base station in 1989, after a 12-year journey to Neptune, the space probe Voyager sent back pictures of Triton, its moon
cause to be admitted; of persons to an institution; "After the second episode, she had to be committed"; "he was committed to prison"
If something sends things or people in a particular direction, it causes them to move in that direction. The explosion sent shrapnel flying through the sides of cars on the crowded highway The slight back and forth motion sent a pounding surge of pain into his skull
cause to go somewhere; "The explosion sent the car flying in the air"; "She sent her children to camp"; "He directed all his energies into his dissertation
To emit; to impel; to cast; to throw; to hurl; as, to send a ball, an arrow, or the like
An output on an audio device used for routing signal to an external device, such as a reverb, delay, or other processor Typically, sends are paired with returns, which accept signal coming back from the output of the processor The more sends a mixer has, the more flexibility you will have in routing signals around your studio
cause to be directed or transmitted to another place; "send me your latest results"; "I'll mail you the paper when it's written"
If you send someone somewhere, you tell them to go there. Inspector Banbury came up to see her, but she sent him away the government's decision to send troops to the region I suggested that he rest, and sent him for an X-ray Reinforcements were being sent from the neighbouring region
To cause to be or to happen; to bestow; to inflict; to grant; sometimes followed by a dependent proposition
When you send someone something, you arrange for it to be taken and delivered to them, for example by post. Myra Cunningham sent me a note thanking me for dinner I sent a copy to the minister for transport He sent a basket of exotic fruit and a card Sir Denis took one look and sent it back More than half a million sheep are sent from Britain to Europe for slaughter every year
A control and buss to feed signals from the console channels to some outboard device such as a reverberation effects unit
She shuddered and was silent, holding down her head on her husband's breast. When she raised it, his white nightrobe was stained with blood where her lips had touched, and where the thin open wound in the neck had sent forth drops.
If a football player is sent off, the referee makes them leave the field during a game, as a punishment for seriously breaking the rules. The 30-year-old Scottish international was sent off for arguing with a linesman. see also sending-off
If you send on something you have received, especially a document, you send it to another place or person. We coordinate the reports from the overseas divisions, and send them on to headquarters in Athens
If you send someone or something up, you imitate them in an amusing way that makes them appear foolish. You sense he's sending himself up as well as everything else. a spoof that sends up the macho world of fighter pilots. see also send-up = make fun of
If a group of people give someone who is going away a send-off, they come together to say goodbye to them. All the people in the buildings came to give me a rousing send-off. a party or other occasion when people meet to say goodbye to someone who is leaving
A send-up is a piece of writing or acting in which someone or something is imitated in an amusing way that makes them appear foolish. his classic send-up of sixties rock, `Get Crazy'. = parody. a film, article, show etc that copies someone or something in a way that makes them seem funny or silly send-up of
This is the address used for the From address of messages to list members When you send e-mail to the List Address, Majordomo forwards it on to every member on the list as though it were from the Sender
A device that accepts address information from a register or routing information from a translator, and then transmits the proper routing information to a trunk or to local equipment Note: Sender and register functions are often combined in a single unit (188)
The sender of a letter, package, or radio message is the person who sent it. The sender of the best letter every week will win a cheque for £20. the person who sent a particular letter, package, message etc
Only a summoner can perform this rite, which sends the souls of the departed to the Farplane If someone has a high attachment to this world and is never Sent, he becomes an Unsent and can still wander the earth If someone without that connection to the world is not sent, s/he eventually becomes a fiend (monster)
[ send ] (verb.) before 12th century. From Middle English senden (“to send”), from Old English sendan (“to send, cause to go”), from Proto-Germanic *sandijanan (“to cause to go”), from *sinþanan (“to go, journey”), from Proto-Indo-European *sent- (“to walk, travel”). Cognate with Dutch zenden (“to send”), German senden (“to send”), Old English sand, sond (“a sending, mission, message”).
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