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English definition of “hand sth in”

hand sth in

phrasal verb with hand
 
 
/hænd/ verb
to give something to someone who is in a position of authority: You have three days left to hand in your completed tax return and to pay any tax you owe. According to sources, the chief executive is considering handing in his resignation.
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