hand over

  1. to surrender someone or something to another
    render the town to the enemy
    render up the prisoners
    the guard delivered the criminal to the police
    fork over the money
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How To Use hand over In A Sentence

  • Rest palm of one hand over navel.
  • He put his hand over the mouthpiece and called his wife to the phone.
  • And airlines would have to hand over detailed passenger info or risk seeing jets barred from landing. The Sun
  • Maura let out a nervous guffaw before clapping her hand over her mouth again, keeping her giggles silent.
  • They would at the very least hold on to their 13-point lead and with a game in hand over most of their rivals they would be virtually untouchable with just four matches still to play.
  • Don't let your feeling gain the upper hand over you.
  • I had to hand over my phone and laptop. The Sun
  • Tour promoters typically hand over a portion of the tickets to the artists to sell directly to diehard fans before they go on general sale. Times, Sunday Times
  • You might also note that the Gov is determined to hand over the reins of the NHS chequebook to a bunch of seld-employed, overpaid, medical freemasons ( GPs) As far as the other "services" are concerned ( Army etc ) they're a complete law unto themselves. Policing and surveillance: The inspector calls | Editorial
  • He placed his right hand over his heart and said in a clear and forceful voice, "I, Elslow Kent Hampton, give you my loyalty and vow on this day nare to betray you. Gentle Warrior
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