Definition of handover in English:

handover

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Pronunciation: /ˈhandəʊvə
 
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noun

chiefly British
  • An act or instance of handing something over.
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    • Have you witnessed any major changes since the handover to China?
    • Most of the staff were inside buildings preparing for the shift handover.
    • What's your assessment of the change of the handover and how that might affect things?

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