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v.accompany somebody to his destination
I will accompany you home.
Her father takes her to school every day.
Can you accompany me to the railway station?
The postman will come to deliver the letter this afternoon.
Please call the store to send some eggs.
Waiter, could you bring me some water?
v.give (as a gift)
He gave me a gift.
My father gave me a book.
Who would send me these flowers?
Words and phrases with 送
- 送站[word]see somebody off
- 送命[word]go to one's doom
- 送气音[word]aspirated sound
- 送别[word]see/send somebody off
- 送人[word]give away
- 送上门[word]deliver something to the doorsteps/somebody's home
- 送纸[word]form advance
- 送货上门[idiom]pickup and delivery
- 送暖偷寒[idiom]have an affectionate concern for each other
- 送往事居[idiom]nourish the living and bury the dead
- 送往迎来[idiom]meet and send off
- 送旧迎新[idiom]see off the old and welcome the new