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Verb
Simple past tense for move in a circular direction wholly or partly round an axis or point
“I was saddened to find sloppiness in the steering, so that at low speeds one has to nudge the wheel rather than turn it.”
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Simple past tense for to move to face in another direction
“A narrow path that turned alternately to right and left.”
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Simple past tense for to eventually have as a state or quality
“He turned the house into three flats.”
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Simple past tense for become sour or tainted
“The milk had turned.”
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Simple past tense for to cause to have often negative opinions formed without sufficient knowledge
“… he did his best to turn his new friends against his ex-wife.”
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Simple past tense for twist a body part
“One person twisted or turned his or her ankle.”
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Simple past tense for change or cause to change in nature, state, form, or colour; become or make
“Artemis simply smiled at her and she could see his face turn a slight pink colour, this made her giggle.”
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Simple past tense for pass the age or time of
“I've just turned forty.”
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Simple past tense for start doing or becoming involved with
“When film journalists turn to book writing, the result can be hilarious.”
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Simple past tense for to give serious and careful thought to
“… turned the question every which way but could find no answer.”
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Simple past tense for to affect or be affected with nausea or giddiness
“The true facts will turn your stomach.”
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Simple past tense for to change so as to become
“Emmeline turned pale.”
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Simple past tense for to look at the other side of
“He turned the pages of a file in front of him.”
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Simple past tense for use; resort to
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“I turned and headed back the way I had come.”
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“The BMW turned the corner and vanished from sight.”
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“We have to turn our minds and attention to the serious challenge about what to do about social conditions.”
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“For further information we must therefore turn to an examination of the object itself.”
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“But the lawyers need to turn some somersaults before they can get there.”
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“He will turn wood on a lathe and tend the museum's medieval garden, which has plants for household, culinary and medicinal use.”
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Past participle for move in a circular direction wholly or partly round an axis or point
“I was saddened to find sloppiness in the steering, so that at low speeds one has to nudge the wheel rather than turn it.”
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Past participle for to move to face in another direction
“A narrow path that turned alternately to right and left.”
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Past participle for to eventually have as a state or quality
“He turned the house into three flats.”
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Past participle for become sour or tainted
“The milk had turned.”
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Past participle for to cause to have often negative opinions formed without sufficient knowledge
“… he did his best to turn his new friends against his ex-wife.”
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Past participle for pass the age or time of
“I've just turned forty.”
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Past participle for start doing or becoming involved with
“When film journalists turn to book writing, the result can be hilarious.”
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Past participle for to affect or be affected with nausea or giddiness
“The true facts will turn your stomach.”
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Past participle for to change so as to become
“Emmeline turned pale.”
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Past participle for use; resort to
Verb
“The BMW turned the corner and vanished from sight.”
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“For further information we must therefore turn to an examination of the object itself.”
Verb
“But the lawyers need to turn some somersaults before they can get there.”
Verb
To have become something different
Adjective
Falling short of a standard
Adjective
Made rancid by fermentation, etc.
Adjective
Rank in taste or smell
Adjective
Operated by the means specified e
Adjective
Having been changed from an original form
Adjective
Turned around
Adjective
Subject to an effect caused by a person or thing outside of the subject's control
Adjective
Turned over with the blade of a plow to create furrows (usually for planting crops)
Adjective
Twisted
Adjective
Having been given a shape, especially a curved shape
Adjective
Adjective
Not appropriate to eat
Adjective
Having undergone organic breakdown
Adjective
Having a curve or curves
Adjective
Not appropriate, worthy, or safe to eat
Adjective
Old, decayed
Adjective
Not in a straight or level position
Adjective
Having a foul or offensive smell
Adjective
With a twist to one side
Adjective
At an angle
Adjective
Sharply curved or having an angle
Adjective
Opposite or contrary in position, direction, order, or effect
Adjective
(of food) Decayed or putrid
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