Turn over - definition, transcription

Amer.  |ˈtɜːn ˈəʊvər|
Brit.  |tɜːn ˈəʊvə|


- place into the hands or custody of (syn: give, hand, pass, pass on, reach)
- cause to overturn from an upright or normal position (syn: bowl over, overturn, tip over, upset)
- move by turning over or rotating (syn: roll)
turn over on your left side
- turn up, loosen, or remove earth (syn: delve, dig)
turn over the soil for aeration
- do business worth a certain amount of money
- cause to move around a center so as to show another side of (syn: turn)
- turn from an upright or normal position (syn: overturn, tip over)
- turn upside down, or throw so as to reverse (syn: flip)
turn over the pancakes
- think about carefully; weigh (syn: consider, debate, deliberate, moot)

Extra examples

...reluctantly turned the ship over to the first mate while he went below to try to stop the leak...

...turned the evidence over to the police...

I see fatherhood as a chance to turn over a new leaf.

The mayor had been aiming to quietly turn over control of the city's water to private business interests.

Turn over the raw edges and stitch.

You may turn over your exam papers now.

Turn over and look at the next page.

Can we turn over? There's a film I want to see.

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