send off
Verb

send off

  1. To send; to dispatch.
    Have you sent off your application yet?
  2. To emit; to emanate.
  3. (sports) To show someone a red card, and dismiss them from the playing area.
    • 2011, Phil McNulty, Euro 2012: Montenegro 2-2 England
      England secured their place at Euro 2012 with a scrambled draw in Montenegro - but Wayne Rooney was sent off and will miss the start of the tournament.
  4. To provide a celebration for someone who is leaving; give a sendoff.
Translations Noun

send off (plural send offs)

  1. Alternative form of sendoff#English|sendoff
    1. farewell party
    2. funeral or memorial service
  2. Alternative form of send-off#English|send-off
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