Origin of handover
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How to use handover in a sentence
She was a nurse, and after every shift, there’d be a handover report to the incoming doctors and nurses.Justine Bateman's Aging Face and Why She Doesn't Think It Needs 'Fixing'|Susanna Schrobsdorff|April 11, 2021|Time
The handover was peaceful and happened in eastern Afghanistan along the border, according to a senior U.S. Defense official.Here are the Taliban Terrorists Obama Released to Free POW Bowe Bergdahl|Eli Lake, Josh Rogin|May 31, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Their seed money came from a smuggling operation that they ran prior to the 1997 handover of Hong Kong from the UK to China.
A spokesman for the ICC said it had received no information about a handover to Libyan authorities in Tripoli.What Does Gaddafi’s Ex-Spy Chief Know About Lockerbie?|The Telegraph|September 6, 2012|DAILY BEAST
The case has split the top leadership of the Communist party, and has cast a shadow over the handover.
But Obama cut off the document handover by invoking executive privilege.What Is Operation Fast and Furious? 11 Questions & Answers|Matthew DeLuca|June 21, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Mrs Handover, by virtue of her sex, instinctively triumphed over him.
Thoroughly well-meaning, Mrs. Handover was the most incompetent of housewives.
On his reply that he thought of removing, Mrs. Handover fell into profound depression, and began to disclose her history.
When the revelation could be postponed no longer, he made known to Mrs Handover that he was about to be married.
I didn't think he was fool enough'—thus only he replied to Mrs. Handover's anxious questions.
British Dictionary definitions for handover
Other Idioms and Phrases with handover
Release or relinquish to another's possession or control. For example, You may as well hand over the money, or He decided to hand the store over to his children. [c. 1800] For a synonym, see turn over, def. 5.