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To have instigated the curiosity or attention of someone
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“She knew he enjoyed her flirtatiousness with him, but she also knew with certainty that one false move could turn him off just as easily as she could turn him on.”
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Past tense for to start the operation of a machine, device, process or system
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“Those of us who work in the building are grateful that when we turn on our systems in the morning, they actually boot up.”
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Past tense for to launch an attack on someone
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“What he meant to say, without much delicacy, was that the troops and officers would physically turn on the President if he visited their barracks personally.”
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Past tense for to have as the main topic or point of interest
“For most businessmen, the central questions will turn on taxation.”
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Past tense for to be contingent on
“Our decision will turn on money, specifically on the amount of money the NSF can assure us will be available for IIASA in January 1991.”
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Past tense for to heat something in preparation for further action, especially cooking
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Past tense for to stimulate into action
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Past tense for to ignite
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Past tense for to enter a program or instructions into a (usually electronic or digital) device
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Past tense for attract or tempt by offering pleasure or advantage
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Past tense for to disturb mentally or emotionally
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(center on) Past tense for to concentrate on (something), to pay close attention to (something)
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Past tense for to be dependent or contingent on
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Past tense for to demand earnestly or pressingly
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(of a state or process) Past tense for to encourage the development of, or increased activity in, something
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Past tense for to annoy or irritate someone
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Past tense for to point or aim something
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To be overcome by lust or aroused
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Having knowledge, especially information not readily available to others
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Feeling euphoric, typically from the effects of narcotics
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Obsessively concerned with something
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(keen on) Having an attraction to
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Intensely preoccupied with, or by, a given topic or emotion
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Eagerly wishing or wanting of something or someone
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Characterized by great joy or happiness
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Marked by a characteristic deemed as being impressive with regards to fashion
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