How did mittō (to send) semantically shift 🢂 in Vulgar Latin 🡺 to mean "put"?

Wiktionary allegates that, for the Latin mittō (“to send”),

The semantic shift from “send” to “put” probably occurred in Vulgar Latin.

What semantic notions underlie “send” and “put”? I can’t brainstorm any relationship between the two, even after reading this word map or narrative.

The word in the title, mittō, was the one used in ancient times to name sending, others would also have been valid to name something very different then from what it is now. :package::clock4: