Phrasal Verbs beginning with TURN

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Phrasal Verbs beginning with TURN :

turn down : refuse somebody or something

Robert tried to get into the army. But the Committee turned him down because of his eyesight.
I turned down his offer to help.

turn off : stop a flow of water, gas or electricity

Switch off the water!
Turn off the water!

turn on : cause water, gas or electricity to flow (or) switch on

He turned on the radio.

turn on : attack

If you tease the dog it may turn on you.

turn out : produce

This factory turns out hundreds of scooters a week.

turn on : come out into the street or gather as for a meeting or public event

A large crowd turned out to see the procession.

turn on : happen to be in the end; prove to be

The meeting turned out to be a success.
It turned out that it way my brother who had taken the book.

turn up : appear or arrive

Forty people were expected. But only thirty-two turned up.

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