pass in(redirected from passing in)
1. To submit or hand in something. In this usage, a noun or pronoun can be used between "pass" and "in." I had to pass the paper in late because of my grandfather's funeral. She passed in the wallet she found at the local police station.
2. To achieve a passing grade in a school subject. I'm actually shocked that I passed in math, because I barely studied for that class at all.
3. To award someone a passing grade in a school subject. In this usage, a noun or pronoun can be used between "pass" and "in." It was only because I did so much extra credit that the teacher passed me in history this year.
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.
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.