hand+over

  • 1hand over — [v] give back; release abandon, cede, commend, commit, consign, deliver, dispense, donate, entrust, feed, find, fork out*, fork up*, give up, hand, leave, present, provide, relegate, relinquish, supply, surrender, transfer, turn over, waive,… …

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  • 2hand over — (someone/something) to give someone or something to someone else. The prisoners were handed over to the marshals to be taken to another jail to serve their sentences. The old man handed his passport over …

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  • 3hand over — index abalienate, bestow, consign, contribute (supply), delegate, discharge (pay a debt), dole …

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  • 4hand over to — index bequeath Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …

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  • 5hand over — phrasal verb Word forms hand over : present tense I/you/we/they hand over he/she/it hands over present participle handing over past tense handed over past participle handed over 1) [transitive] to give something to someone by holding it in your… …

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  • 6hand over — verb to surrender someone or something to another (Freq. 5) the guard delivered the criminal to the police render up the prisoners render the town to the enemy fork over the money • Syn: ↑fork over, ↑fork out, ↑ …

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  • 7hand over — 1) PHRASAL VERB If you hand something over to someone, you pass it to them. [V P n (not pron)] He also handed over a letter of apology from the Prime Minister... [V n P] I ve got his card. Judith said, handing it over. 2) PHRASAL VERB When you… …

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  • 8hand over — UK US hand (sth) over Phrasal Verb with hand({{}}/hænd/ verb ► to give someone else control of or responsibility for something: »to hand over control/power/responsibility hand sth over to sb »The founder handed the company over to his sons. »The… …

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  • 9hand over — {v.} To give control or possession of; give (something) to another person. * /When the teacher saw Johnny reading a comic book in study period, she made him hand over the book./ * /When Mr. Jones gets old, he will hand over his business to his… …

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  • 10hand over — {v.} To give control or possession of; give (something) to another person. * /When the teacher saw Johnny reading a comic book in study period, she made him hand over the book./ * /When Mr. Jones gets old, he will hand over his business to his… …

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  • 11hand\ over — v To give control or possession of; give (smth) to another person. When the teacher saw Johnny reading a comic book in study period, she made him hand over the book. When Mr. Jones gets old, he will hand over his business to his son. Syn.: fork… …

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  • 12hand·over — /ˈhændˌoʊvɚ/ noun [singular] : the act or process of giving control of someone or something to another person, country, etc. the handover of power from the old government to the new government see also hand over at ↑hand, 2 …

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  • 13hand over — give them to me, fork over    Hand over the keys to the safe give them to me now! …

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  • 14hand over — phr verb Hand over is used with these nouns as the object: ↑cheque, ↑control, ↑passport, ↑rein, ↑responsibility, ↑suspect …

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  • 15hand over to — phr verb Hand over to is used with these nouns as the object: ↑successor …

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  • 16hand over — v. (B) to hand over a criminal to the police …

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  • 17hand over — give control or possession to someone, give something to another person The criminals were forced to hand over the stolen money to the police …

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  • 18hand over — Synonyms and related words: abalienate, abandon, abdicate, abjure, acknowledge defeat, alien, alienate, amortize, ante, ante up, assign, barter, bequeath, carry over, cease, cede, circulate, come across with, commend, communicate, confer, confide …

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  • 19hand over — I (Roget s IV) v. Syn. deliver, surrender, give up; see give 1 , yield 1 . II (Roget s Thesaurus II) I verb 1. To relinquish to the possession or control of another: deliver, furnish, give, hand, provide, supply, transfer, turn over. See GIVE. 2 …

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  • 20hand over — they handed over the stolen goods to the authorities Syn: yield, give, give up, pass, grant, entrust, surrender, relinquish, cede, turn over, deliver up, forfeit, sacrifice …

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