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turn to something

phrasal verb with turn us   /tɜrn/ verb
  • (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
  • (FIND PAGE)

to open a book to a particular page: Turn to page 27.
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