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  1. turn

    • IPA[təːn]

    英式

    • v.
      move in a circular direction wholly or partly round an axis or point;perform (a somersault or cartwheel)
    • n.
      an act of moving something in a circular direction round an axis or point;a bend or curve in a road, path, river, etc.
    • noun: turn, plural noun: turns

    • verb: turn, 3rd person present: turns, gerund or present participle: turning, past tense: turned, past participle: turned

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    • 相關詞
    • 片語
    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. move in a circular direction wholly or partly round an axis or point:

      the big wheel was turning

      I turned the key in the door and crept in

    • 2. perform (a somersault or cartwheel):

      the boy shot up off the ground and turned a somersault in the air

    • 3. twist or sprain (an ankle):

      Wright turned his ankle in the first minute of the game

    • 4. move (something) so that it is in a different position in relation to its surroundings or its previous position:

      we waited in suspense for him to turn the cards over

    • 5. change the position of one's body so that one is facing in a different direction:

      Charlie turned and looked at his friend

    • 6. move (something) so as to be aimed or pointed in a particular direction:

      she turned her head towards me

      the government has now turned its attention to primary schools

    • 7. change or cause to change direction:

      we turned round and headed back to the house

    • 8. (of the tide) change from flood to ebb or vice versa:

      as the tide turned he finally managed to bring the barge into its berth

    • 9. move (a page) over so that it is flat against the previous or next page:

      she turned a page noisily

      turn to page five for the answer

    • 10. fold or unfold (fabric or a piece of a garment) in the specified way:

      he turned up the collar of his coat

    • 11. pass round (the flank or defensive lines of an army) so as to attack it from the side or rear:

      there was still the sea, by way of which the Persians hoped to turn all mountain or isthmus defence lines

    • 12. bend back (the edge of a blade) so as to make it blunt:

      thou hast also turned the edge of his sword

    • 13. remake (a garment or a sheet), putting the worn outer side on the inside:

      a sheet that Mrs Dibb wanted turned sides to middle

    • 14. change or cause to change in nature, state, form, or colour; become or make:

      she turned pale

      cover potatoes with sacking to keep the light from turning them green

    • 15. send or put into a specified place or condition:

      the dogs were turned loose on the crowd

    • 16. pass the age or time of:

      I've just turned forty

    • 17. (of leaves) change colour in the autumn:

      the chestnut leaves were turning

    • 18. (with reference to the stomach) make or become nauseated:

      the smell was bad enough to turn the strongest stomach

    • 19. (with reference to milk) make or become sour.
    • 20. start doing or becoming involved with:

      in 1939 he turned to films in earnest

    • 21. go on to consider next:

      we can now turn to another aspect of the problem

    • 22. go to for help or information:

      who can she turn to?

    • 23. have recourse to (something, especially something harmful):

      he turned to drink and drugs for solace

    • 24. shape (something) on a lathe:

      the faceplate is turned rather than cast

    • 25. give a graceful or elegant form to:

      if I could turn a tune, I even think I should sing

    • 26. make (a profit).
    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. an act of moving something in a circular direction round an axis or point:

      a safety lock requiring four turns of the key

    • 2. a bend or curve in a road, path, river, etc.:

      the twists and turns in the passageways

    • 3. deviation in the direction of the ball when bouncing off the pitch:

      the spinners have already begun to extract a lot of turn

    • 4. one round in a coil of rope or other material.
    • 5. a change of direction when moving:

      they made a left turn and picked up speed

    • 6. a development or change in a situation:

      the latest turn of events

      life has taken a turn for the better

    • 7. a time when one period of time ends and another begins:

      the turn of the century

    • 8. a place where a road meets or branches off another; a turning:

      they were approaching the turn

    • 9. a change of the tide from ebb to flow or vice versa:

      the turn of the tide

    • 10. the beginning of the second nine holes of a round of golf:

      he made the turn in one under par

    • 11. an opportunity or obligation to do something that comes successively to each of a number of people:

      it was his turn to speak

    • 12. a short performance, especially one of a number given by different performers in succession:

      Lewis gave her best ever comic turn

      he was asked to do a turn at a children's party

    • 13. a performer giving a short performance:

      Malton's comedy turn, Mark Poole, takes to the stage tonight in Cinderella

    • 14. a short walk or ride:

      why don't you take a turn around the garden?

    • 15. a shock:

      you gave us quite a turn!

    • 16. a brief feeling or experience of illness:

      he has these funny turns

    • 17. the difference between the buying and selling price of stocks or other financial products.
    • 18. a profit made from the difference between the buying and selling price of stocks or other financial products.
    • 19. a melodic ornament consisting of the principal note with those above and below it.
    • adj. (of an ankle) twisted or sprained:

    • the threat of a turned ankle was something they cared nothing about

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    • adj. (of an ankle) twisted or sprained:

    • the threat of a turned ankle was something they cared nothing about

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    • n. a place where a road branches off from another:

    • take the first turning on the right

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    • n. a place where a road branches off another:

    • take the first turning on the right

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    • n.
      (chiefly in military contexts) a turn made so as to face the opposite direction:
    • he did an about-turn and marched out of the tent
    • v.
      turn so as to face the opposite direction:
    • suddenly he about-turned and saluted again
    • excl
      a military command to make an about-turn.

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    • n.
      a turn carried out while stationary by lifting first one and then the other ski through 180°.
    • v.
      perform a kick turn.

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    • n. a junction at which a road branches off from a main road:

    • Adam missed the turn-off to the village

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    • n.
      a turn carried out while stationary by lifting first one and then the other ski through 180°.
    • v.
      perform a kick turn.

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    • IPA[tərn]

    美式

    • v.
      move in a circular direction wholly or partly around an axis or point:
    • the big wheel was turning

      I turned the key in the door and crept in

    • n.
      an act of moving something in a circular direction around an axis or point:
    • a safety lock requiring four turns of the key

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  2. 知識+

    • turn的片語(turn up....)

      1.turn one's mind /thoughts/attention to sth...注意力.)灌注在某事物上例 :Please turn your attention to something more important...'s still waiting for good luck to turn up.       (他仍在期待好運出現) 

    • excitement turning

      ... a waste of my time and "excitement turning" in every week. Ellie, 請確定句子有沒有... a waste of my time and (a matter of) excitement turning into disappointment every week. 2014-05-06 13:36:24 補充...

    • turn into用法+”變”的英文動詞等疑問

      請參考: He turns shy.轉為(形容詞) turn into = become(不可分開) He turns into a shy...石灰質。 Tadpoles turn into frogs. 蝌蚪變成青蛙。 He turns into a nasty guy when things go wrong. turn into malt, become malt. 變成麥芽...