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handover

noun [C]  /ˈhændˌoʊ·vər/ us  
the official act of giving something to someone after planning to do this: After the election, there was a peaceful handover of power to the new government.
Translations of “handover”
in Chinese (Traditional) (控制權或責任的)移交…
in Chinese (Simplified) (控制权或责任的)移交…
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