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Send Out, Send Through and Send Over
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Created Date: Thu 05 Jan 2012
What is the difference between: Send Out, Send Through and Send Over
All these phrases are mostly wordy. You just need to say, for example, "I'll send it to you".
to send over = This has some sense of direction. For instance, if we were talking on the phone and you wanted me to send something that we're talking about to you via by email right away, you might say "send it over to me so that I can see".
to send out = you would need more context to know if it's just to one person or if it's to multiple people. The reason is this sounds a bit more you're sending something to multiple people. For example, "I'm sending it out to you" = "I'm sending it out to all of you" (many people).
to send through = You're sending something using/through something such as:
• I'm sending it through email
• I'm sending it through postage
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