[ verb ] carry out, as a performance
"They turned in top jobs for the second straight game"
Used in print(The Dallas Morning News,...)
Both turned_in top jobs for the second straight game .
Ramsey has a thing or two to mutter about himself , for the Dallas defensive unit turned_in another splendid effort against Denver , and the Texans were able to whip the dangerous Broncs without the fullbacking of a top star , Jack_Spikes , though he did the team 's place-kicking while nursing a knee injury .
[ verb ] make an entrance by turning from a road
"Turn in after you see the gate"
Used in print(John Cheever, "The Brigadier and the Golf Widow,"...)
Turning_in at the Flannagans ' driveway , he tried to remember if he had ever met them .
[ verb ] to surrender someone or something to another
"the guard delivered the criminal to the police" "render up the prisoners" "render the town to the enemy" "fork over the money"
Used in print(San Francisco Chronicle...)
Fire_Fighters Local 798 , which is sponsoring the toy program for the 12 th straight year , issued a call for San_Franciscans to turn_in discarded toys , which will be repaired by off-duty firemen .
[ verb ] carry out, as of performances
: "They turned in a splendid effort" 'They turned in top jobs for the second straight game"
Used in print(Leo Lemon, "Catch Up With" and "Something to...)
Soaring to stardom along with him , Margo_Felicity_Brighetti , a luscious and curvaceously beguiling Italian starlet , turns_in a creditable performance as an airplane mechanic .