How to Conjugate Turn In
- Infinitive: Turn In
- Present Tense: Turn In/ Turns In
- -ing Form: Turning In
- Past Tense: Turned In
- Past Participle: Turned In
Definitions of Turn In:
1. To give someone or something to the police or someone of authority.
Examples: The man tried to turn himself in for a crime he didn’t commit.
Jill found a bag full of money and debated whether or not to turn it in to the police.
2. To go to bed.
Examples: You should turn in early if you want to start cooking Thanksgiving dinner at four in the morning.
Well, I’m turning in. Goodnight!
3. To submit something.
Examples: I need to have this article turned in by midnight if it is going to be in the Monday paper.
Every week we must turn in a report documenting the job tasks we completed to our boss.
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