Turn+over

  • 1 turn over — {v.} 1. To roll, tip, or turn from one side to the other; overturn; upset. * /He s going to turn over the page./ * /The bike hit a rock and turned over./ 2, To think about carefully; to consider. * /He turned the problem over in his mind for… …

    Dictionary of American idioms

  • 2 turn over — {v.} 1. To roll, tip, or turn from one side to the other; overturn; upset. * /He s going to turn over the page./ * /The bike hit a rock and turned over./ 2, To think about carefully; to consider. * /He turned the problem over in his mind for… …

    Dictionary of American idioms

  • 3 turn-over — ou turnover [ tɶrnɔvɶr ] n. m. • 1972; angl. turnover « rotation », de to turn over « se retourner, chavirer » ♦ Anglic. Écon. Taux de renouvellement du personnel d une entreprise. Le turn over des jeunes cadres. Des turn over, des turnovers. ♢… …

    Encyclopédie Universelle

  • 4 turn over — [v1] give, transfer assign, come across with, commend, commit, confer, confide, consign, convey, delegate, deliver, entrust, feed, find, furnish, give over, give up, hand, hand over, pass on, provide, relegate, relinquish, render, supply,… …

    New thesaurus

  • 5 turn over — /tə:rn oʊvə/, it. /tur nɔver/ (anche turn over e turnover) locuz. ingl. [comp. di turn giro, rotazione e over di nuovo ], usata in ital. come s.m. 1. (econ.) [suddivisione di un processo lavorativo in più turni di lavoro] ▶◀ [➨ turnazione]. 2.… …

    Enciclopedia Italiana

  • 6 turn over — ► turn over 1) (of an engine) start or continue to run properly. 2) (of a business) have a turnover of. 3) change or transfer custody or control of. Main Entry: ↑turn …

    English terms dictionary

  • 7 turn-over — término inglés utilizado para describir el recambio metabólico Diccionario ilustrado de Términos Médicos.. Alvaro Galiano. 2010 …

    Diccionario médico

  • 8 turn over — index alienate (transfer title), attorn, cede, consign, deal, deliver, devolve, give ( …

    Law dictionary

  • 9 turn over to — index commit (entrust), delegate, relegate Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …

    Law dictionary

  • 10 turn over — verb 1. place into the hands or custody of (Freq. 5) hand me the spoon, please Turn the files over to me, please He turned over the prisoner to his lawyers • Syn: ↑pass, ↑hand, ↑reach, ↑pass on …

    Useful english dictionary

  • 11 turn over — 1) PHR V ERG If you turn something over, or if it turns over, it is moved so that the top part is now facing downwards. [V n P] Liz picked up the blue envelope and turned it over curiously... [V n P] I turned him over on his back... [V P n ( …

    English dictionary

  • 12 turn over — phrasal verb Word forms turn over : present tense I/you/we/they turn over he/she/it turns over present participle turning over past tense turned over past participle turned over 1) [intransitive/transitive] to turn something such as a page in a… …

    English dictionary

  • 13 turn\ over — v 1. To roll, tip, or turn from one side to the other; overturn; upset. He s going to turn over the page. The bike hit a rock and turned over. 2, to think about carefully; to consider. He turned the problem over in his mind for three days before… …

    Словарь американских идиом

  • 14 turn over — verb a) To flip over; to rotate top to bottom Turn over the box and look at the bottom. b) To relinquish; give back. They turned over the evidence to the authorities …

    Wiktionary

  • 15 turn over — 1. in. to get off of drugs. (Like turn over a new leaf.) □ He wanted to turn over, but just couldn’t. □ There is a clinic on Maple Street that’ll help heads turn over. 2. Go to turn around …

    Dictionary of American slang and colloquial expressions

  • 16 turn over — v. (B) ( to hand over ) to turn over a thief over to the police * * * [ tɜːn əʊvə] (B) ( to hand over ) to turn over a thief over to the police …

    Combinatory dictionary

  • 17 turn over — verb Date: 14th century transitive verb 1. a. to turn from an upright position ; overturn b. rotate < turn over a stiff valve with a wrench >; also to cause (an internal combustion engine) to begin firing 2. to search (as clothes or papers) by… …

    New Collegiate Dictionary

  • 18 turn over — 1) roll over, upset The ferry turned over during the winter storm. 2) give to someone for use or care I turned over the keys of my apartment to the landlord when I went away for a month. 3) start an engine or motor It was too cold in the morning… …

    Idioms and examples

  • 19 turn over — /ˌtɜ:n əυvə/ verb 1. to have a specific amount of sales ● We turn over £2,000 a week. 2. US to pass something to someone ● She turned over the documents to the lawyer. (NOTE: In this meaning, the usual UK term is hand over.) ▪▪▪ ‘…a 100,000… …

    Dictionary of banking and finance

  • 20 turn over — UK US turn over Phrasal Verb with turn({{}}/tɜːn/ verb [I or T] ► COMMERCE to sell and replace goods at a particular rate: »Last year, the store s inventory turned over three times. → See also TURNOVER(Cf. ↑turnover) …

    Financial and business terms


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