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
When the title was at stake on Saturday night at Cowtown Coliseum in the Fort Worth Stockyards, Lee turned in a final score of 87.5.
This year the Cardinals will wait to turn in their jerseys.
That powertrain turned in exactly the 34 mpg the EPA had told us to expect.
His remedy is to turn in early and try to get six to seven hours a night.
Restraining orders could prevent people from buying a gun or require them to turn in their guns and ammunition to the police.
Green, who expects the development cost will be similar to the $120 million spent on the Pendry, expects to be ready to turn in his specific hotel plans by this summer to Civic San Diego, the city’s downtown development arm.
Organizers are calling on residents of Japan to turn in their old cellphones.
Del Rey was asked to turn in her security badge and leave immediately.
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First Known Use of turn in
turn in Synonyms
hit the hay (or sack);
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