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Get A Big Send Off ( a big party to celebrate that you are leaving; a going-away party ... )

"Get A Big Send Off"

A big send off is a goodbye with a big celebration.

Example: "Tomorrow is Jan's last day at work, and we are giving her a big send off."

Example: "Did Marie leave already?" Reply: "Yes. We gave her a big send off."

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