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hand verb

ADV. effectively | formally, officially formally handing over power to the new government | personally She wanted to hand the petition to the prime minister personally. | just, merely, simply They would simply hand her over to the magistrate as a thief. | quickly | immediately, promptly | grudgingly, reluctantly He grudgingly handed me the money. | silently | back, in, out, over She handed out the exam papers.

VERB + HAND be prepared to, be ready to, be willing to | refuse to | force sb to

PREP. to He handed the book to Sally.