hand in (to somebody) = give


  • He found a wallet and handed it in to the police.
  • Excuse me. I ‘ve lost my briefcase. Has anybody by any chance handed it in?
  • At exactly ten o’ clock the teacher told us to hand in the essays.
  • Hand in your homework, please” , said the teacher.
  • Before the exam you have to hand in all the books and notes to the supervisors.
  • Those who have finished can now hand in their tests.
  • At the airport you have to hand in your luggage to the inspector.
  • Yesterday morning the minister handed in his resignation. 
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