pass in

pass something in (to someone)

 and hand something in (to someone)
to turn in or hand in something, such as a school assignment, paper, etc., to someone. They were told to pass their papers in to the teacher. Hand in your papers to me.
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pass in

v.
1. To deliver or submit some assignment or work: The students passed their assignments in. The researchers passed in their reports.
2. To achieve satisfactory grades in an academic subject: I passed in algebra, English, and history.
3. To give someone a satisfactory grade in an academic subject: The teacher passed 15 students in calculus.
See also: pass
References in classic literature ?
Pass in, children of my people, pass in to the judgment.
Pass in, children of my people--pass in to the judgment, for the doom of Chaka is written.
Add these four to the nine others, that would be thirteen days lost--thirteen days, during which so many important events might pass in London.
Then the officer began to pass in review all the people, one after the other, and stopping when he came to Milady, surveyed her very closely, but without addressing a single word to her.
The hills pass in stately procession, their bosoms rising and falling; the trees move in restless circles; the little grasses describe their little arcs; and all is movement, restless, mysterious movement without sound, while Thuria passes.
Really it had not been far, but now, with the three towers to pass in broad daylight, the distance seemed great indeed.
Will you allow me, my friend," said he to the giant, "to pass in first?