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hand sth in

phrasal verb with hand uk   /hænd/  us   /hænd/ verb [T]
B1 to give something to someone in a ​position of ​authority: Have you ​handed in ​yourhistoryessayyet? I've ​decided to ​hand in my ​resignation (= ​tell my ​employer I am ​leaving my ​job).

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hand sth in

phrasal verb with hand uk   us   /hænd/ verb
to give something to someone who is in a ​position of ​authority: You have three days ​left to ​hand in your completed ​taxreturn and to ​pay any ​tax you ​owe. According to ​sources, the ​chiefexecutive is considering handing in his ​resignation.
(Definition of hand sth in from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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