sendverb

  • ja送る、届ける
  • ento make something go or be taken to a place, especially by post, email, radio, etc.

Examples

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- Are these the shoes? - Yes.
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Paulo sent them from Italy.
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What, we...
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We don't have shoes here?
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For a lot of people in a lot of parts of the world, just having access to share your opinion,
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or send a message to your partner or your friend,
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or learn what the prices are for products at the market,
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look up basic jobs,
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I mean, those are important things that a lot of people don't have an equal opportunity and access to do, so.
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And there are a lot of things we can do to solve this at Facebook.
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He sent her his photo with a note on the back.
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Oh, this seems personal.
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I feel a little funny reading this.
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Wanna read this instead?
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How do you handle the crush of emails?
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Everybody gets so many emails.
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One lesson I learned several years ago, even before joining LinkedIn,
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it may sound somewhat overly simplistic.
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But it's highly effective.
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If you wanna reduce the crush of email in your inbox,
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send less email.
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Excuse me, everyone. Please check your e-mails.
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I just sent you the following message.
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"Co-workers, you may have received a valentine from me.
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Please understand this does not mean that I like you in any way."
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You don't even like us as friends?
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Phyllis, you guys are like my closest friends.
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I just mean I don't like like you.
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What are we, 5?
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Facebook wants to befriend your wallet?
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The social media giant is launching a cryptocurrency and naming it Libra.
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CEO Mark Zuckerberg says he wants to make sending money as easy as sending a photo.
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Do you know what is special about the hours between 3:00 a.m. and 5:00 a.m. on the night of March 12th?
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No, sir.
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That was the only 2-hour period in which you did not send an email to Mr. Hirsch with the title,
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“You can't make a Tom-let without breaking some Gregs.”
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You sent the same email to him 67 times in 1 evening.
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I guess it was a joke.
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I'm a person who likes to send emails all the time, all through the night,
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all through the weekend, all through vacation.
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But I've learned to use delay delivery.
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This is a way that you can set the time that your email goes out,
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so that I'm not inundating people with emails at times that they feel are inappropriate.
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Mark's a genius.
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Why? How?
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How is he a genius?
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Look, don't you see what's happening here?
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Instead of hitting on her right away, he's becoming her confidante.
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Now, he's gonna be the guy that she goes to to complain about you.
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What am I gonna do?
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Well, why don't you send her a musical bug?
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Oh, no, you already did that.
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After an order leaves the fulfillment center,
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it has to get across the country — or world — to another warehouse in your region.
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Some boxes are sent via one of the shipping giants.
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But Amazon is cutting costs by sending packages in at least 300 of its own semi-trucks,
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and now, dozens of its own planes.
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WhatsApp.
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You might already use it.
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You also might not know that it already uses something called end-to-end encryption.
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So only you and the recipient can read the messages you're sending.
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I said, "you people."
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What do you want me to do, apologize for it?
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That's exactly what I want, Jimmy, an apology.
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I'll apologize for it.
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That's all I want.
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After you apologize for being late, you motherfucking wop cocksucker.
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Jimmy, are you out of your fucking mind?
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I'll apologize for being late after I kidnap your granddaughter,
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rip her guts out, and send them to you in a fucking envelope!
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If I'm on one side of a hill,
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and a drone picks up a group of armed people on the other side of the hill headed my way,
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I'm not gonna be able to see them with my own eyes.
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But because I'm plugged into Lattice, it can send me that information,
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and show exactly, even straight through the hill,
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where they are, what they're doing, what they look like,
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and allow me to plan accordingly.
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It's sardine time, bitches.
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We a for-profit prison now.
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There've been a lot of changes.
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I'm a married lady!
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Litchfield's latest lesbos.
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Judy King!
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Guilty as charged.
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I got 100 new inmates.
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Send me some goddamn COs now!