||She read the article and then handed it back.
||Pass on (by tradition, inheritance…)
||My clothes were handed down to me by my older sister.
||Submit (report, homework)
||All application forms must be handed inbefore the end of the month.
||Samples will be handed out at the end
of the demonstration.
||Give to someone in authority.
||The boy was forced to hand over the mobile phone he had stolen.
||Be reluctant to do something
||All the children rushed towards the clown except one boy who hung back.
||Hang on a minute. I’m early ready.
|hang on (to)
||Keep a hold on something
||Hang on to that rope and you’ll be ok.
||Spend time in a particular place or with a group of friends
||Where does he hang out these days?
Who does he hang out with?
||End a telephone conversation
||Don’t hang up. I haven’t finished yet.
||Start to go somewhere.
||He headed off to the train station.
||Go/move in a certain direction.
||The boat was heading for the rocks.
||Aim a blow at something.
||He hit at the wasp with a newspaper.
||Retaliate / reply to an attack
||When he was attacked, the boy hit back.
||Find unexpectedly or by inspiration
||She hit upon an idea for her new collection.
2) Grip tightly
|1) Hold on please. I’ll put you through to Mr. Brown.
2) She held on to the railing as she crossed the bridge.
||Show as a example
|| She held up the diagram for all to see.
||Fasten (a garment)
||I need help to hook up my dress.
|hook up (with)
||Link broadcasting facilities
||Many networks are hooked up by satellite.
||Be quick / act speedily
||Hurry up! We’ll miss the bus!