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
As revealed on a series of S-bends and switchbacks, the A7’s chassis turns in with newfound enthusiasm and carves corners like an Alpine skier.
Earlier on this fateful day, Virgil had disarmed one cowboy forcefully, while Wyatt confronted another and county sheriff Johnny Behan failed to persuade two more to turn in their firearms.
With his hoops career likely in its final stages, Rapoport turned in a strong performance in a Suburban One League American Conference matchup at Cheltenham on Friday night.
Minutes typed should be completed within seven days and turned in prior to the commission or committee's next meeting.
After the North punted, the South turned in the game's signature play when Benkert scrambled to his left and dropped in an off-balance pass to Penny on a wheel route.
No deadline to enter, multiple divisions where anglers turn in their best three-fish stringer over a three-month period.
Christian Bale turns in a solid, stoic performance as a gruff soldier, but writer-director Scott Cooper's earnest film doesn't break much ground.
Since her 2009 award-winning turn in Precious, the white actresses nominated alongside Mo’Nique have appeared in an average of 18 feature films.
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First Known Use of turn in
turn in Synonyms
hit the hay (or sack);
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