hand over[ hand-oh-ver ]SEE DEFINITION OF hand over
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR HAND OVER
So, if you will just hand over General Hastings' letters, why, here's your money.
Carlotta waited, her hand over her mouth to keep herself from screaming.
"He's not dead," said Carter, putting his hand over Porter's heart.
He reached across and laid his hand over Linda's on the steering gear.
You sign this contract, which is exactly like all the others we use, and I'll hand over your check.
He rubbed his hand over its silk surface and listened to the sound it made.
Enoch knelt beside him, and put his hand over the patient's heart.
Miss Georgie clapped a hand over her mouth, and stopped her.
Finally said Captain Maroon, when that wouldn't suit either, 'Hand over, then!'
He had passed his hand over his yellow forehead and considered, as if he were not sure about it.
MORE RELATED WORDS FOR HAND OVER
- confer trust
- depend upon
- give to do
- grant authority
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- leave to
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- put away
- put in the hands of
- rely upon
- turn over to