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  1. out-turn

    • IPA[ˈaʊttəːn]

    英式

    • n.
      the amount of something produced, especially money;the result of a process or sequence of events
    • noun: out-turn, plural noun: out-turns

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    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. the amount of something produced, especially money:

      the financial out-turn

    • 2. the result of a process or sequence of events:

      an entirely implausible out-turn

    • prove to be the case

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    • prove to be the case

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    • extinguish a light

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    • extinguish a light

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    • eject or expel someone from a place

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    • eject or expel someone from a place

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    • at a time when it is not one's turn

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    • at a time when it is not one's turn

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    • turn the inner surface of something outward

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    • turn out的文法

      turn out 兩個字稱為「片語動詞」,因為是整個片語做動詞,有特別的意思。 turn out 意思很多,可當不及物動詞和及物動詞...3. 生產、製造出 The school turned out many well-known basketball ...

    • turn out to be 片語用法

      Turn out to be 是 "結果竟然(原來)是..." 的意思該句 "She turned...她竟然是個身手矯健的運動員,在體操的州大賽中拿下第五名。通常在用該句 turn out to be有原先誤解直到後來水落石出的涵義

    • turn in and turn out

      ... feet were turned in, but her left knee was turned out. 譯: 他的雙腿呈內八字,但她的左膝(關節)是向外撇。turn in: to face or curve...