give sth in Meaning in the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary

Meaning of “give sth in” - Learner’s Dictionary

give sth in

mainly UK phrasal verb with give
/ɡɪv/ verb ( past tense gave, past participle given)
B1 to give a piece of written work or a document to someone for them to read, judge, or deal with: I have to give my essay in on Monday.Giving, providing and supplying
Translations of “give sth in”
in Chinese (Traditional) 交上, 呈交…
in Russian сдавать, подавать (заявление, письменную работу и т. д.)…
in Turkish teslim etmek…
in Chinese (Simplified) 交上, 呈交…
in Polish oddawać coś…
(Definition of give sth in from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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