Synonyms of consign in English:

consign


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verb

1‘he was consigned to a debtor's prison’

SYNONYMS
send, deliver, hand over, give over, turn over, sentence
confine in, imprison in, incarcerate in, lock up in, jail in, detain in, intern in, immure in
informal put away, put behind bars
British informal bang up

2‘the picture was consigned for sale at one of Sotheby's European offices’

SYNONYMS
assign, allocate, place, put, entrust, grant, remit, hand down, bequeath
archaic commend

3‘the package was consigned by a company that flies products all over the world’

SYNONYMS
send, send off, dispatch, transmit, transfer, convey, post, mail, ship

4‘I had a clear-out and consigned her picture to the bin’

SYNONYMS
deposit, commit, put away, banish, relegate