hand someone/something over Meaning in Cambridge Essential English Dictionary
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hand someone/something over

phrasal verb with hand
 
/hænd/ verb
to give someone or something to someone else: We were ordered to hand over our passports.
Translations of “hand someone/something over”
in Korean -을 주다…
in Arabic يُعطي لـِ…
in Portuguese dar algo, entregar algo/alguém…
in Catalan lliurar ac/algú…
in Japanese (人)を引き渡す, (物)を手渡す…
in Italian consegnare qualcuno/qualcosa…
(Definition of hand someone/something over from the Cambridge Essential Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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