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consign in Trade topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishconsigncon‧sign /kənˈsaɪn/ verb  BBT[transitive] formal to send something somewhere, especially in order to sell it consign somebody/something to something→ See Verb table
Examples from the Corpus
consignEdgar put out the ageing Donald's eyes and consigned him to prison.Giles Aplin examined it with some interest before consigning it to a buttoned pocket without comment.A lone clerk sifts through, consigning some to the incinerator and some to a filed.Those naive souls who have longed for a simpler and better way have had to consign their visions to pointless daydreams.Linzey rather lamely consigns this to the problem of evil.After that they were consigned to a tackling chore of grinding intensity.They have been consigned to waiting lists.