Idiom: hand out something
Idiom: hand out something (hand something out)
- to give something to people present at a meeting or event
- Could you please hand out one of these brochures to each person?
- I can’t attend the management meeting so if they hand out any documents can you please get copies for me?
- They handed out free ice cream cones to all the kids at the shopping mall today.
- We're handing out free samples of our latest perfume. Would you like one?
- What are they handing out flyers for?
- Before we land, the flight attendants will hand out immigration forms.
- "Where did you get the play bill?" "They handed it out at the door when we gave them our tickets."
- I really hope they hand out ear plugs at the concert because I forgot to bring a pair from home.
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