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turn to something

phrasal verb with turn  us   /tɜrn/ verb

turn to something (CONSIDER)

to ​think about or ​begin to ​consider something: I ​think we’ve ​spent enough ​time on this ​issue – let’s turn to the new ​business now.

turn to something

phrasal verb with turn  us   /tɜrn/ verb

turn to something (FIND PAGE)

to ​open a ​book to a ​particularpage: Turn to ​page 27.
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