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
Just five months after being named elections administrator, Stephen Vickers — a longtime county worker — has turned in his resignation.
Apple's upgrade program previously only allowed people to turn in their iPhones by making an appointment at an Apple Store.
Analysts and industry executives have long said losses beyond that figure would eat into the industry’s capital base and prompt a turn in insurance pricing.
The growing demand for semiconductor chips and sensors lifted South Korea’s and Malaysia’s electronics exports; the recovery of the oil price bolstered Russia; and a favourable turn in the weather benefited Brazil’s harvest of soyabeans and corn.
Jeff Faughender/Courier-Journal LEXINGTON, Ky. --- Former Kentucky football player and assistant coach Neal Brown is taking a turn in the national spotlight this week after his Troy team beasted LSU 24-21 Saturday.
Here are the main storylines from Saturday’s game: • Romano rolls: Rookie Sal Romano, who was 2-1 with a 2.64 ERA in his previous five starts, turned in his best big-league start yet, throwing eight shutout innings.
Cutting and running is so much easier said than done — how could a relationship that seemed so promising and romantic take such a turn in so little time without warning?
Here, Curry—who’s had memorable turns in American Pastoral and House of Lies—gives us a peek inside her life on set.
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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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