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Spanish translation of “turn”

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turn

noun
a winding or coil
vuelta
There are eighty turns of wire on this aerial.
( also turning) a point where one can change direction, eg where one road joins another
curva, recodo
Take the third turn(ing) on/to the left.
one’s chance or duty (to do, have etc something shared by several people)
turno
It’s your turn to choose a record You’ll have to wait your turn in the bathroom.
one of a series of short circus or variety acts, or the person or persons who perform it
número
The show opened with a comedy turn.
(Definition of turn from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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