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§ (sent, sent) გაგზავნა; გადაგზავნა
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1 (sent) გაგზავნა (გაგზავნის)
to send a letter / answer / present / invitation წერილის / პასუხის / საჩუქრის / მოწვევის გაგზავნა
to send by rail / post, mail / airmail მატარებლით / ფოსტით / საჰაერო ფოსტით გაგზავნა
●●he was sent to prison ციხეში ჩასვეს
to send a child to school ბავშვის სკოლაში მიბარება
they send him to the local school ადგილობრივ სკოლაში დაჰყავთ
he sends his greetings / love to you მოკითხვას გითვლის
2 (sent) (იხმარება მაკავშირებელ ზმნად)
this noise sends me crazy / mad ეს ხმაური მაგიჟებს
this music sends me to sleep ეს მუსიკა მაძინებს
I sent him sprawling ძირს დავანარცხე
we sent the enemy flying მტერი გავაქციეთ
my sister sends her love to you ჩემი და დიდ სალამს გითვლის
he sends you his respects მოკითხვა შემოგითვალა
to send smb. flying ვისიმე კინწისკვრით გაგდება / გაძევება
the description of the thief was sent to all police stations ქურდის გარეგნობის აღწერილობა პოლიციის ყველა განყოფილებაში გაიგზავნა
he directed that the letter be sent at once ბრძანა / მითითება მისცა, რომ წერილი მყისვე გაეგზავნათ
he sent me on a fool's errand რაღაც სისულელეზე გამაგზავნა
he was sent into exile გადაასახლეს
after the earthquake we sent help to the survivors მიწისძვრის შემდეგ გადარჩენილებს დახმარება გავუგზავნეთ
the blow sent him sprawling დარტყმამ ძირს დასცა
the blow sent him reeling დარტყმამ შეატორტმანა

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