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Phrasal Verbs with “Hand”

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Have your grandparents ever handed down something to you? Learn what it means here. Here are four phrasal verbs with “hand”:


Meaning: to give documents or written papers to officials or teacher.

Ex: I handed my passport in to the customs officer.


Meaning: to give something you’re holding back to someone.

Ex: Paul handed Ruth the book back after he looked at it.


Meaning: to give something to each person in the group.

Ex: She poured the soup into plates and handed them around to us.


Meaning: to give something to someone (usually to a member of a family) so they can have it after you die.

Ex: She was handed down that necklace by her mother.

Phrasal verbs with “hand”

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1 Comment

Ferdinando Soares · 27 May 2020 at 10:15 pm

Thank so much for your kindness and for your hardworking
These phrasal verbs are useful for me
Please share more your knowledge that you had but not much, just according to you know about the phrasal verbs

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