English version

send (somebody) a message/signal

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishsend (somebody) a message/signalsend (somebody) a message/signalif something that someone does or says sends a particular message, it has that meaning Advertising sends the message that you have to be thin to be successful. send
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send (somebody) a message/signalTurned out she wanted to know if Uncle Adam had been sending any radio messages.Would I care to send in a message?Provided you both have Net access, it's as quick, easy and cheap as sending a message across the street.But finding a way to send a message faster than light struck me as more straight forward.A cellular phone is really a mobile radio system that sends a signal out over public airwaves.And they coincided with the bulges in the geoid, which sent a clear message to geophysicists.For the 11 countries inside the euro, it sends a positive signal to the financial markets.And sometimes they send e-mail messages to Walsh and Pulver, updating the information on the size of their share-holdings.
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