turn-on
noun see turn on

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • turn on — {v.} 1. To start by turning a knob or handle or working a switch; cause to be on. * /Jack turned on the water./ * /Who turned the lights on?/ 2. {informal} To put forth or succeed with as easily as turning on water. * /She really turns on the… …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • turn on — {v.} 1. To start by turning a knob or handle or working a switch; cause to be on. * /Jack turned on the water./ * /Who turned the lights on?/ 2. {informal} To put forth or succeed with as easily as turning on water. * /She really turns on the… …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • Turn-On — Infobox Television show name = Turn On caption = genre = Sketch comedy creator = Ed Friendly George Schlatter starring = Teresa Graves Hamilton Camp Tim Conway Mel Stewart Chuck McCann Bonnie Boland Maxine Greene Ken Greenwald Debbie Macomber… …   Wikipedia

  • turn on — verb Date: 1833 transitive verb 1. to activate or cause to flow, operate, or function by or as if by turning a control < turn the water on full > < turn on the power > 2. a. to cause to undergo an intense often visionary experience by taking a… …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • Turn on the Bright Lights — Studio album by Interpol Released Augus …   Wikipedia

  • Turn on the forehand — is a lateral movement in equestrian schooling that involves moving the horse s hindquarters around his front legs. Although a basic movement, it is and important training tool for both horse and rider.Movement made by the horseIt involves the… …   Wikipedia

  • turn on a dime — {v. phr.} To be able to turn in a very narrow spot comparable to a small coin. * /This new sports car can turn on a dime./ …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • turn on a dime — {v. phr.} To be able to turn in a very narrow spot comparable to a small coin. * /This new sports car can turn on a dime./ …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • turn on one's heel — {v. phr.} To turn around suddenly. * /When John saw Fred approaching him, he turned on his heel./ * /When little Tommy s big brother showed up, the bully turned on his heel./ …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • turn on one's heel — {v. phr.} To turn around suddenly. * /When John saw Fred approaching him, he turned on his heel./ * /When little Tommy s big brother showed up, the bully turned on his heel./ …   Dictionary of American idioms

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