First Known Use of turn-in
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
Township residents and property owners interested in serving in any of the more than 100 positions have until Jan. 18 to turn in their paperwork.
Participating hunters will be required to turn in heads of harvested deer within 72 hours for chronic wasting disease testing.
The good news for Buckeye fans is this one seems to have turned in Ohio State’s favor after an official visit to Penn State that at least seemed to have gone well.
According to SEC Country, four-star defensive end Richard Jibunor is now expected to turn in his NLI this afternoon.
Better not set foot on my property' Ferguson said Johnson communicated with police Thursday and Friday but refused to turn in his son to authorities.
Yet many believe this will be his last turn in this particular role.
She was seated at a table, doing paperwork that needed to be turned in by the end of her shift.
Her turn in the spotlight has certainly brought its lows (along with the highs).
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First Known Use of turn in
turn in Synonyms
Synonymscede, cough up, deliver, give up, hand over, lay down, relinquish, render, surrender, turn over, yield
Antonymsarise, get up, rise, uprise
Related Wordscommit, consign, entrust (also intrust), transfer; forfeit, release, waive; abnegate, renounce, resign; abandon, desert, discard, forsake, part (with), shed
Near Antonymskeep, retain, withhold
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