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turn (sth) over

phrasal verb with turn uk   /tɜːn/  us   /tɝːn/ verb
to ​change to a different ​televisionstation: This programme's ​boring - can I ​turn over to BBC2?
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turn sth over

phrasal verb with turn uk   /tɜːn/  us   /tɝːn/ verb


to use or ​allow something to be used for a different ​purpose: Grants are being ​offered to ​farmers who ​agree to ​turn over ​theirland toparkland.


to ​think about something for a ​period of ​time: His ​father had been ​turning the ​idea over in his ​mind for some ​time.
(Definition of turn (sth) over from the Cambridge Advanced Learners Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “turn (sth) over”
in Chinese (Simplified) 换台,调台…
in Turkish kanal değiştirmek…
in Russian переключать (на другой канал)…
in Chinese (Traditional) 換台,調台…
in Polish przełączać ( coś )…
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