- hand over 交出; 交付; 交给; 让与;
- give up 放弃；投降;
- reach 到达; 实现，达到; 引起注意; 伸手，够得着; 联系;
- set in 开始; 到来; 上涨; 插入;
Purchase tax was not payable on goods for export.
He has made friends with the kids on the street.
Was he born to be successful, or did he just luck out?
If homeowners can't keep up the payments, they face foreclosure.
They fled to South America around the turn of the century.
The taxman caught up with him and demanded £7,000 in unpaid taxes.
A businessman who refused to pay protection money was shot nine times.
He was led in in handcuffs and delivered over to me.
All right, let's stop playing games. Hand over the goods right now.
I'm supposed to have handed in a first draft of my dissertation.
Now we wait for them to turn in their essays.
You know the risks of promiscuous sex.
Get out and enjoy yourself, make new friends.
You never know, I might get lucky.
She is such a gregarious and outgoing person.
kowtow to each other
hand over to the next shift
the rite of drinking from nuptial cups by the bridegroom and bride on their wedding day
arm in arm
fail to meet someone by a narrow chance
miss the opportunity
be at war
go around each other and come in a continuous stream
be exhausted simultaneously
call in arrear