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Definition of "send on" []

  • To introduce a substitute into the game. (verb) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "send on" in a sentence
  • "He left his unhappy and blasphemous 21C to send on the rest as and when they arrived."
  • "The above quotation shows that he intended this to be more than a “courtesy resignation,” a term traditionally applied to the kind of leave-takings which Ambassadors usually send on the formation of a new administration, or at the beginning of a new Presidential term, for the purpose of giving the President the opportunity of reorganizing his official family."
  • "The little council at La Rabida now cast round their eyes for an ambassador to send on this momentous mission."