Turn in - definition, transcription
- 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)
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