Phrasal Verbs with “Hand”

Have your grandparents ever handed down something to you? Learn what it means here.

Here are four phrasal verbs with the word “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.

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