turn in Gujarati ગુજરાતી
- અનુકૂળ – બંધ બેસતું કરવું ⇄ turn gujarati
- ઉલટાવવું ⇄ turn gujarati
- એક પડખેથી – બાજુથી – બીજે પડખે – બાજુએ વળવું ⇄ turn gujarati
- નવી દિશા લેવી ⇄ turn gujarati
- બિંદુ કે ધરી ફરતે અમુક અંતરે ગોળ ગોળ ફરવું – ફેર વવું ⇄ turn gujarati
- બીજી બાજુ તરફ –દિશ ામાં – ફરવ ું – મોઢું ફેરવવું – વળવું ⇄ turn gujarati
- –ની બીજી ⇄ turn gujarati
- –ને નવી દિશા આપવી ⇄ turn gujarati
- –નો આશરો લેવો ⇄ turn gujarati
turn in Kannada ಕನ್ನಡ
- ಅಡ್ಡಹಾದಿ ⇄ turn kannada
- ಕೊಮ್ಡಿ ⇄ turn kannada
- ತಿರುಗಣೆ ⇄ turn kannada
- ತಿರುಗಿಸು ⇄ turn kannada
- ತಿರುಗು ⇄ turn kannada
- ತಿರುಗುವಿಕೆ ⇄ turn kannada
- ತಿರುವು ⇄ turn kannada
- ದಫ ⇄ turn kannada
- ಪರ್ಯಾಯ ⇄ turn kannada
- ಪಾಳಿ ⇄ turn kannada
- ಬದಲಾಯಿಸು ⇄ turn kannada
- ಮುಗುಚು ⇄ turn kannada
- ರೂಪಿಸು ⇄ turn kannada
- ಸರತಿ ⇄ turn kannada
- ಸುತ್ತು ⇄ turn kannada
- ಹೊರಳು ⇄ turn kannada
turn in Marathi मराठी
- उलटा टंक ⇄ turn marathi
- उलटा टाईप ⇄ turn marathi
- किल्ली काढणे ⇄ turn marathi
- तोटी फिरणे ⇄ turn marathi
- नंबर ⇄ turn marathi
- पाळी ⇄ turn marathi
- पीळ ⇄ turn marathi
- फिरवणे ⇄ turn marathi
- फेरा ⇄ turn marathi
- बदलणे ⇄ turn marathi
- मोडणें ⇄ turn marathi
- वळण ⇄ turn marathi
- वळण घेणे ⇄ turn marathi
- वळणे ⇄ turn marathi
- वळवणे ⇄ turn marathi
- वळविणे ⇄ turn marathi
- वेढा ⇄ turn marathi
- हँडल फिरणे ⇄ turn marathi
- होणे ⇄ turn marathi
turn in English
- turn ⇄ expr. at every turn, on every occasion; without exception; constantly.
Ex. Traveling through England we kept meeting Americans at every turn.english
- turn ⇄ expr. by turns, one after another in regular succession; successively; in rotation.
Ex. The lost campers slept by turns, to keep a fire going.english
- turn ⇄ expr. in turn, in proper order; in due course or succession.
Ex. Each should go in turn. He that shuts Love out, in turn shall be shut out from Love (Tennyson).english
- turn ⇄ expr. out of turn,
a. not in proper order.
Ex. You played out of turn.
b. not appropriately; at the wrong time.
Ex. to speak out of turn.english
- turn ⇄ expr. take turns, to act one after another in proper order; alternate.
Ex. They took turns watching the baby.english
- turn ⇄ expr. to a turn, exactly to just the right degree.
Ex. meat done to a turn.english
- turn ⇄ expr. turn (or turn and turn) about, one after another in proper order.
Ex. We took it turn and turn about to sit up and rock the baby (Elizabeth Gaskell).english
- turn ⇄ expr. turn around,
a. to change or reverse completely.
Ex. Many of the ... radicalized students appear determined not to destroy the system but to turn it around (New York Times).
b. (U.S.) to change for the better; bring from a bad tenglish
- turn ⇄ expr. turn away,
a. to refuse entrance or admission.
Ex. The stadium was so full that thousands of fans had to be turned away.
b. (Figurative.) to refuse or dismiss; reject.
Ex. Those who came to him to borrow money were never tenglish
- turn ⇄ expr. turn down,
a. to fold down.
Ex. to turn down the covers on the bed.
b. to bend downward.
Ex. He turned down the brim of his hat.
c. to place with face downward.
Ex. The played cards were solemnly turned down (english
- turn ⇄ expr. turn in,
a. to turn and go in.
Ex. I turned in at your house to see you.
b. to point (toes) inward.
Ex. His feet turn in; he's pigeon-toed.
c. (Informal.) to go to bed.
Ex. It's late and I'm going to turn in nenglish
- turn ⇄ expr. turn loose, to free from restraint and allow to go where, or do as, one will.
Ex. to turn a prisoner loose.english
- turn ⇄ expr. turn off,
a. to stop the flow of; shut off.
Ex. Is the tap turned off or do I hear the water dripping? She did not turn the gas off at the meter (Leslie Keith).
b. to put out (a light).
Ex. Turn off the lamp as you leave.english
- turn ⇄ expr. turn on,
a. to start the flow of; put on.
Ex. He turned on the gas in his back room to an unusual brightness (Harriet Martineau).
b. to put on (a light).
Ex. Turn on the flashlight.
c. to attack; resist; oppose. <english
- turn ⇄ expr. turn out,
a. to put out; shut off.
Ex. Turn out that big spotlight.
b. to let go out.
Ex. to turn the cows out.
c. to drive out; expel.
Ex. The noisy boys were turned out.
d. to come out; go out.
- turn ⇄ expr. turn over,
a. to give; hand over; transfer.
Ex. to turn over a job to someone.
b. (Figurative.) to think carefully about; consider in different ways.
Ex. to turn over an idea in one's mind.
c. to buy and later sell;english
- turn ⇄ expr. turn to,
a. to refer to.
Ex. He took up a local paper and turned to the list of visitors (K. S. Macquoid).
b. to go to for help.
Ex. You are the one man ... that I should turn to in such a time (Clark Russell).
- turn ⇄ expr. turn up,
a. to make (a lamp) burn more brightly.
Ex. Turn up the gas a little, I want to go on reading (Rudyard Kipling).
b. to make (a radio, television set, record player, or other audio equipment) louder; increase the volumeenglish
- turn ⇄ noun 1. a motion like that of a wheel.
Ex. At each turn the screw goes in further.
(SYN) revolution, rotation.
2a. a change of direction; act of turning aside from one's course; deflection.
Ex. a turn of the eye. A turn to the lenglish
- turn ⇄ turn, verb, noun. english
- turn ⇄ v.i. 1. to move around as a wheel does; rotate; revolve.
Ex. The merry-go-round turned.
2. to move part way around in this way.
Ex. A door turns on hinges. The key turned in the lock. Turn on your back.
3a. to take a new directienglish
- turn ⇄ v.t. 1. to cause to move around as a wheel does; rotate.
Ex. I turned the crank three times.
2. to do by turning; open, close, make lower, higher, tighter, or looser by moving around.
Ex. She turned the key in the lock.
3. to peenglish