Definition of turn in
- turned in early
Examples of turn in in a Sentence
turned in the banned assault rifle to the police
it's almost midnight, so it's time to turn in
Recent Examples of turn in from the Web
Steel Vengeance flies through its massive wood structure with aplomb, twisting and turning in and out of it for a dizzying, disorienting ride.
There have been a lot of twists and turns in the ever-unfolding story of Stephanie Clifford’s alleged one-night stand with future president Donald Trump.
In a conference call on Wednesday, Julian Wheatland, SCL chairman, told employees that the firm was shutting down, effective Wednesday, and that employees should turn in their computers, according to a person familiar with the matter.
Green excelled over the last month of his sophomore year, winning Indiana’s point guard job and turning in strong performances against Rutgers, Minnesota, Ohio State and Iowa.
Bergeron had two goals and a helper, Brad Marchand had a goal and three assists and David Pastrnak turned in the first four-assist game of his bright young career.
Instead, Rodney stabilized and turned in a solid year, and Zack Godley ultimately blossomed in the rotation in Miller’s place.
Taxpayers across the United States face a Tuesday deadline to either file an extension or turn in their 1040s.
Eventually, that happened and Hill turned in a great season.
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turn in Synonyms
hit the hay (or sack);
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