'sent' is the past tense and past participle form of the verb 'send.' As a verb, it denotes the action of causing something to go or be taken to a particular destination, typically by mail, message, or another medium.
'sent' is used when referring to an action of sending that has already been completed. It can be used in various contexts, including mailing, messaging, dispatching, or directing someone or something to a particular place or person.
I sent the package to your address last week.
She sent a text message to confirm the meeting time.
The company sent him on a business trip to London.
remember that 'sent' is the past form of 'send.' It's used to talk about actions that have already happened. 'Sent' can also be used in a more abstract sense, as in 'The news sent shockwaves through the community.' Confusing 'send' with 'sent.' Use 'send' for present actions and 'sent' for past actions. For example, 'I will send it tomorrow' (future) vs. 'I sent it yesterday' (past).