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Present participle for to arrive somewhere (for a given event or purpose)
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“He was hopeful that a huge crowd would turn out, and insisted that the country was on the brink of a new revolution.”
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Present participle for to happen or end up in a particular way
“If you are nice to them, they will be nice to you, and everything will turn out fine.”
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Present participle for to prove to true or factual
“What was once speculation would turn out to be fact.”
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Present participle for to make or produce
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“How many loaves of bread does the baker turn out each day?”
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Present participle for to expel or send away, especially permanently
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“I desire, Mr. Roberts, that you turn him out of the house, and shut the door immediately.”
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Present participle for to turn or switch off (something)
“The problem of who was to get out of bed and into the cold to turn out the lights became quite vocal.”
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Present participle for to become or turn out to be
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Turning outwards
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Present participle for to dress in (especially fine) clothes
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Present participle for to found or pioneer
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Present participle for to get out of bed
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Present participle for develop or progress in a particular way
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Present participle for to bring about or cause something to happen
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Present participle for to make or get ready
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Present participle for to clean of undesirable material
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Present participle for to leave or withdraw from
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Present participle for to prepare oneself
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Present participle for to produce literature, typically in large quantities
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Present participle for to elevate or extend in an upward direction or motion
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(slip into) Present participle for to put on (a garment) quickly and easily
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Present participle for to free or release from slavery
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Present participle for to put in writing
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Present participle for to extinguish a flame or fire
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Present participle for to make a vigorous and thorough search
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The act of deporting or exiling, or the state of being deported
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The making of articles on a large scale using machinery
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