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Translation of "turn" - English-Turkish dictionary

turn

noun     /tɜːn/
TIME [C]
B1 the time when you can or must do something, usually before or after someone else sıra [+ to do sth] It's your turn to feed the rabbit - I did it yesterday. You'll have to be patient and wait your turn.Opportunity Freedom to act
take turns ( also UK take it in turns)
B2 If two or more people take turns, one person does something, then another person does something, etc. sırayla yapmak, dönüşümlü olarak yapmak [+ doing sth] They all took turns carrying the suitcase. [+ to do sth] The children took it in turns to hold the baby.Order and sequenceSimultaneous and consecutive
in turn
one after another sırayla He spoke to the three boys in turn.Order and sequenceSimultaneous and consecutive
CHANGE DIRECTION [C]
B2 a change in the direction in which you are moving or facing değişme, değişim a right/left turn Revolving, rotating and spinningBending, twisting and curvingChanging direction
BEND [C]
a bend or corner in a road, river, etc viraj, dönemeç, kavşak Take the next turn on the right.Bending, twisting and curving
turn of events
the way in which a situation develops, especially a sudden or unexpected change olaylarda âni değişim; yön değiştirme; beklenmedik gelişme Occurring and happening
take a turn for the better/worse
to become better or worse suddenly ansızın daha da iyi/kötü hâle gelmek Becoming betterMaking things betterMaking progress and advancingFailing and doing badly
do sb a good turn
to do something to help someone yardım etmek için bir şeyler yapmak Helping and co-operating
the turn of the century
the start of a new century yeni yüzyıl başlangıcı; yeni asrın başlaması →  See also U-turn Decades, centuries and the millennium
(Definition of turn noun from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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