• US /tɚn/
  • UK /tɜ:n/
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  • v. (歲數等)超過;逾; 改變;變成;轉變; 轉動;扭轉;旋轉;改變方向;轉向;翻轉;轉彎; 轉; 使成形;車削;
  • n. (道路)彎; 依序;依次;輪流;輪班; (依次輪流時各自的)一次機會; 轉變;變化;
  • When you turn eighteen, your parents will let you drive their car
  • The sky will turn black before it rains
  • Turn left after the park and then turn right
  • The dog will turn its head to hear the cat
  • She will turn the metal into a bowl
  • There is a turn into that street, take it
  • It is your turn to do the laundry
  • I think it's your turn, please play your cards
  • The weather made a turn from rain to sun
  1. The fourth card put out in Texas Holdem
    Goin in was riskey but once Jim saw the turn he knew he had a flush.
  2. Persuade or inspire an individual or group to reneg on their commitment to an original purpose in favor of a counterpurpose. Formerly used in conjunction with loyalty to one's country or political party/spying (i.e. 'turncoat'), it has come to be used more often with a misunderstanding of homosexuality (i.e. 'turn gay'), or disloyalty to affiliates in an illegal enterprise (drugs, organized crime, white collar crime).
    "Travis Fimmel is so pretty, he could turn Hugh Hefner." / "Madonna wasn't really lesbian, but Sandra Bernhard did her best to turn her." "Once vice got the bag man to turn, they finally had enough evidence to put away the head of the crime ring."
  3. Going on a scenic drive with the intent of smoking pot. See also [burn turn].
    Yo bro just picked up a fat [slice], let's go on a turn!
  4. a shorten form of the word [turnabout]
    Is she going with Jake to turn? Yeah she just asked him today