As it is, "lì mandò" is not grammatically correct. It can either be: Li mando, meaning I send them (mandare = to send; li = them) Li mandò, meaning he/she sent them (the accent is characteristic of the past tense) Lì mando, but this doesn't make much sense as it would mean "there I send", with lì meaning there. Lì mandò, this doesn't make much sense either unless it's part of a bigger sentence. As it is, it means "there he/she sent".
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