facilitate to


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Hi, I have again a question regarding to the word "facilitate".

I just received an email from my client that he requested me to pass my email to another guy. He wrote, please assist to facilitate your email address to XXX.

Is it the right to use "facilitate" in this way?

Thank you.
  • DonnyB

    Sixties Mod
    English UK Southern Standard English
    No: that sounds very odd.:( The verb "facilitate" means to make something easier.

    I suspect what he meant to write was perhaps "to forward (=to send/pass on) your email address..."