Turn in - definition, transcription

Amer.  |ˈtɜːn ɪn|
Brit.  |tɜːn ɪn|
- make an entrance by turning from a road
- to surrender someone or something to another (syn: deliver, fork out, fork up, hand over, render)
- carry out (performances) (syn: put on)
- prepare for sleep (syn: bed, retire)
I usually turn in at midnight


You must turn in your uniform when you leave the army.

...turned in the banned assault rifle to the police...

...it's almost midnight, so it's time to turn in...

I usually turn in at midnight

You have to wait your turn in line.

a sudden turn in the road

...that paper needs one more revise, and then I think it's ready to turn in...

I heard her key turn in the latch.

We all suffered of that nasty turn in the weather.

He hopes for a turn in his luck.

Sorry, I'm super tired, I have to turn in.

Now is the time of year when thoughts turn in the direction of summer holidays.

The rebels were told to turn in their weapons and ammunition.

I think I'll turn in early tonight.

you have to turn in your card to get a handicap

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