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doc Definition of turn
    English to English
  • a circular segment of a curve
  • A bend in the road.
    A crook in the path.
    source: WordNet 3.0
  • the act of changing or reversing the direction of the course
  • He took a turn to the right.
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  • (game) the activity of doing something in an agreed succession
  • It is my turn.
    It is still my play.
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  • an unforeseen development
  • Events suddenly took an awkward turn.
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  • a movement in a new direction
  • The turning of the wind.
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  • the act of turning away or in the opposite direction
  • He made an abrupt turn away from her.
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  • turning or twisting around (in place)
  • With a quick twist of his head he surveyed the room.
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  • a time for working (after which you will be relieved by someone else)
  • It's my go.
    A spell of work.
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  • (sports) a division during which one team is on the offensive
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  • a short theatrical performance that is part of a longer program
  • He did his act three times every evening.
    She had a catchy little routine.
    It was one of the best numbers he ever did.
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  • a favor for someone
  • He did me a good turn.
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  • taking a short walk out and back
  • We took a turn in the park.
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  • The act of turning; movement or motion about, or as if about, a center or axis; revolution; as, the turn of a wheel.
  • source: Webster 1913
  • change orientation or direction, also in the abstract sense
  • Turn towards me.
    The mugger turned and fled before I could see his face.
    She turned from herself and learned to listen to others' needs.
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  • undergo a transformation or a change of position or action
  • We turned from Socialism to Capitalism.
    The people turned against the President when he stole the election.
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  • undergo a change or development
  • The water turned into ice.
    Her former friend became her worst enemy.
    He turned traitor.
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  • cause to move around or rotate
  • Turn a key.
    Turn your palm this way.
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  • change to the contrary
  • The trend was reversed.
    The tides turned against him.
    Public opinion turned when it was revealed that the president had an affair with a White House intern.
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  • pass to the other side of
  • Turn the corner.
    Move around the obstacle.
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  • pass into a condition gradually, take on a specific property or attribute; become
  • The weather turned nasty.
    She grew angry.
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  • let (something) fall or spill from a container
  • Turn the flour onto a plate.
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  • move around an axis or a center
  • The wheels are turning.
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  • cause to move around a center so as to show another side of
  • Turn a page of a book.
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  • to send or let go
  • They turned away the crowd at the gate of the governor's mansion.
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  • to break and turn over earth especially with a plow
  • Farmer Jones plowed his east field last week.
    Turn the earth in the Spring.
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  • shape by rotating on a lathe or cutting device or a wheel
  • Turn the legs of the table.
    Turn the clay on the wheel.
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  • change color
  • In Vermont, the leaves turn early.
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  • twist suddenly so as to sprain
  • Wrench one's ankle.
    The wrestler twisted his shoulder.
    The hikers sprained their ankles when they fell.
    I turned my ankle and couldn't walk for several days.
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  • cause to change or turn into something different;assume new characteristics
  • The princess turned the frog into a prince by kissing him.
    The alchemists tried to turn lead into gold.
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  • accomplish by rotating
  • Turn a somersault.
    Turn cartwheels.
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  • get by buying and selling
  • The company turned a good profit after a year.
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  • cause to move along an axis or into a new direction
  • Turn your face to the wall.
    Turn the car around.
    Turn your dance partner around.
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  • channel one's attention, interest, thought, or attention toward or away from something
  • The pedophile turned to boys for satisfaction.
    People turn to mysticism at the turn of a millennium.
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  • cause (a plastic object) to assume a crooked or angular form
  • Bend the rod.
    Twist the dough into a braid.
    The strong man could turn an iron bar.
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  • alter the functioning or setting of
  • Turn the dial to 10.
    Turn the heat down.
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  • direct at someone
  • She turned a smile on me.
    They turned their flashlights on the car.
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  • have recourse to or make an appeal or request for help or information to
  • She called on her Representative to help her.
    She turned to her relatives for help.
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  • go sour or spoil
  • The milk has soured.
    The wine worked.
    The cream has turned--we have to throw it out.
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  • become officially one year older
  • She is turning 50 this year.
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  • To cause to move upon a center, or as if upon a center; to give circular motion to; to cause to revolve; to cause to move round, either partially, wholly, or repeatedly; to make to change position so as to present other sides in given directions; to make to face otherwise; as, to turn a wheel or a spindle; to turn the body or the head.
  • source: Webster 1913
  • To move round; to have a circular motion; to revolve entirely, repeatedly, or partially; to change position, so as to face differently; to whirl or wheel round; as, a wheel turns on its axis; a spindle turns on a pivot; a man turns on his heel.
  • source: Webster 1913
  • To make a turn about or around (something); to go or pass around by turning; as, to turn a corner.
  • source: Webster 1913
    English to Tagalog
  • [tarn] Pihit; balik; ikot; ikit
  • source: Diccionario Ingles-Espaņol-Tagalog
  • [tarn] Pumihit; bumalik; umikot; umikit
  • source: Diccionario Ingles-Espaņol-Tagalog
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