transitive verb-·sent′, -·send′ing
An example of resend is to put a letter in the mail to replace the mail that didn’t make it to the right place the first time.
(third-person singular simple present resends, present participle resending, simple past and past participle resent)
- If you receive a notice from the rebate fulfillment center saying that your request was denied because your application was incorrectly submitted, resend a copy of your application with a letter demanding your rebate.
- Re-send the message to those who didn't open the message.Most email autoresponder programs will allow you to resend a message to non-openers.