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U-turn

noun   /ˈjuː.tɜːn/ ( informal U-ie   /ˈjuːi/)
a turn made by a car in order to go back in the direction from which it has come cambio de sentido It is illegal to do/make a U-turn on a motorway.162816801593
mainly disapproving a complete change from one opinion or plan of action to an opposite one cambio radical The prime minister did/made a quick U-turn in response to all the adverse publicity.11122013
(Definition of U-turn from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

U-turn

noun /ˈjuː təːn, (American) ˌjuː ˈtəːrn/
see u.
(Definition of U-turn from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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