verb (adverb) informal
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Words nearby turn in
Example sentences from the Web for turn in
There are hundreds of turn-in programs, but some take a more creative approach.‘Stupid,’ ‘Immoral,’ ‘Dangerous,’ ‘Coward’: My Month With a Gun|Heidi Yewman|July 22, 2013|DAILY BEAST
He used to turn-in with a brace of pistols in his belt and a Winchester lying on the cabin table.The Call Of The South|Louis Becke
The whole depth of the turn-in of the covering leather in the joint must not be removed, or it will be unduly weakened.
Lay the front of the book down on this exactly up to the marks that show the beginning of the turn-in.
My wound was washed, dressed, and made comfortable; and I was dismissed with a strict injunction to turn-in at once.The Congo Rovers|Harry Collingwood
Idioms and Phrases with turn in
Hand in, give over, as in I turned in my exam and left the room. [c. 1300]
Surrender or inform on, especially to the police, as in The shoplifter turned herself in. [1920s]
Produce, as in He turned in a consistent performance every day. [Mid-1900s]
Go to bed, as in I turned in early last night. [Colloquial; late 1600s]