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The International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA) is an alphabetic system of phonetic notation based primarily on the Latin alphabet. With phonetic transcriptions, dictionarie tell you about the pronunciation of words, because the spelling of an English word does not tell you how you should pronounce it. Below is the phonetic transcription of take turns:
/tejk tɹ̩nz/

Derived Form of take

noun
plural: takes
verb
third person: takes
past: took
past participle: taken
present participle: taking
Noun
1
the income or profit arising from such transactions as the sale of land or other property
  1. the average return was about 5%
Synonymsreturn, issue, takings, proceeds, yield, payoff,
Hyponymseconomic rent, payback,
Hypernymsincome,
2
the act of photographing a scene or part of a scene without interruption
Hyponymsretake,
Hypernymsfilming,
Type ofcinematography, filming, motion-picture photography,
Typesretake,
3
the income arising from land or other property
Synonymsissue, payoff, proceeds, return, takings, yield,
Type ofincome,
Typeseconomic rent, payback, rent,
Verb
1
carry out
  1. take action
  2. take steps
  3. take vengeance
Hypernymsact,
Type ofact, move,
2
require (time or space)
  1. It took three hours to get to work this morning
  2. This event occupied a very short time
Synonymsoccupy, use up,
Hyponymsbe,
Hypernymsuse,
3
take somebody somewhere
  1. We lead him to our chief
  2. can you take me to the main entrance?
  3. He conducted us to the palace
Synonymslead, direct, conduct, guide,
Hyponymsbeacon, hand, mislead, usher,
Typesbeacon, hand, lead astray, misdirect, misguide, mislead, show, usher,
4
get into one's hands, take physically
  1. Take a cookie!
  2. Can you take this bag, please
Synonymsget hold of,
Hyponymsseize,
Typesclutch, prehend, seize,
See alsotake apart, take away, take in, take on, take up, taking,
5
take on a certain form, attribute, or aspect
  1. His voice took on a sad tone
  2. The story took a new turn
  3. he adopted an air of superiority
  4. She assumed strange manners
  5. The gods assume human or animal form in these fables
Synonymsassume, acquire, adopt, take on,
Hyponymsre-assume,
Hypernymschange,
Type ofchange,
Typesre-assume,
6
interpret something in a certain way; convey a particular meaning or impression
  1. I read this address as a satire
  2. How should I take this message?
  3. You can't take credit for this!
Synonymsread,
Hyponymsmisread,
Hypernymsinterpret,
Type ofconstrue, interpret, see,
Typesmisinterpret, misread,
7
take something or somebody with oneself somewhere
  1. Bring me the box from the other room
  2. Take these letters to the boss
  3. This brings me to the main point
Synonymsbring, convey,
Hyponymsferry, fetch, impart, land, return, transit, tube, whisk,
Hypernymstransport,
Entailmentscome,
Type ofcarry, transport,
Typesbring back, carry, channel, conduct, convey, ferry, fetch, land, return, take back, transit, transmit, tube, whisk,
8
take into one's possession
  1. We are taking an orphan from Romania
  2. I'll take three salmon steaks
Antonymsgive,
Hyponymsadopt, bear, collect, deprive, impound, pocket, recall, sequester, snap up, take away, take back, unburden,
Typesaccept, adopt, assume, attach, bear, call back, call in, collect, confiscate, deprive, divest, grab, impound, pocket, recall, repossess, seize, sequester, snaffle, snap up, strip, take away, take back, take in, take over, unburden, withdraw,
See alsotake back, take in, take out,
9
travel or go by means of a certain kind of transportation, or a certain route
  1. He takes the bus to work
  2. She takes Route 1 to Newark
Hypernymsuse,
Type ofapply, employ, use, utilise, utilize,
10
pick out, select, or choose from a number of alternatives
  1. Take any one of these cards
  2. Choose a good husband for your daughter
  3. She selected a pair of shoes from among the dozen the salesgirl had shown her
Synonymschoose, select, pick out,
Hyponymsadopt, anoint, assign, cream off, cull out, dial, draw, elect, empanel, excerpt, field, nominate, pick, plump, screen, sieve, sieve out, single out, specify, think of, vote, vote in,
Hypernymsdecide,
Type ofdecide, determine, make up one's mind,
Typesadopt, assign, cream off, cull out, determine, dial, draw, elect, empanel, espouse, excerpt, extract, field, fix, follow, go, go with, impanel, limit, nominate, panel, pick, pick over, plump, propose, screen, screen out, set, set apart, side, sieve, sieve out, sift, single out, skim off, sort, specify, take out, think of, vote, vote in,
11
receive willingly something given or offered
  1. The only girl who would have him was the miller's daughter
  2. I won't have this dog in my house!
  3. Please accept my present
Synonymsaccept, have,
Antonymsrefuse,
Hyponymsaccept, adopt, honor, welcome,
Hypernymsget,
Type ofacquire, get,
Typesaccept, admit, adopt, borrow, honor, honour, take, take on, take over, take up, welcome,
See alsotake in, take over, take up, taker,
12
assume, as of positions or roles
  1. She took the job as director of development
  2. he occupies the position of manager
  3. the young prince will soon occupy the throne
Synonymsfill, occupy,
Hypernymswork,
Type ofdo work, work,
13
take into consideration for exemplifying purposes
  1. Take the case of China
  2. Consider the following case
Synonymsconsider, deal, look at,
Hyponymsabstract, contemplate, dally, warm to,
Hypernymsthink about,
Type ofthink about,
Typesabstract, contemplate, dally, play, trifle, warm to,
14
require as useful, just, or proper
  1. It takes nerve to do what she did
  2. success usually requires hard work
  3. This job asks a lot of patience and skill
  4. This position demands a lot of personal sacrifice
  5. This dinner calls for a spectacular dessert
  6. This intervention does not postulate a patient's consent
Synonymsnecessitate, ask, postulate, need, require, involve, call for, demand,
Antonymsobviate,
Hyponymsclaim, compel, cost, cry out for, draw, govern,
Typesclaim, cost, cry for, cry out for, draw, exact, govern, imply, involve, take,
15
experience or feel or submit to
  1. Take a test
  2. Take the plunge
Hypernymsexperience,
Type ofexperience, get, have, receive, undergo,
16
make a film or photograph of something
  1. take a scene
  2. shoot a movie
Synonymsfilm, shoot,
Hyponymsreshoot,
Hypernymsrecord,
Type ofenter, put down, record,
Typesreshoot,
17
remove something concrete, as by lifting, pushing, or taking off, or remove something abstract
  1. remove a threat
  2. remove a wrapper
  3. Remove the dirty dishes from the table
  4. take the gun from your pocket
  5. This machine withdraws heat from the environment
Synonymsremove, take away, withdraw,
Hyponymsablate, amputate, aspirate, bail, bail out, bone, brush, bur, burl, carve out, chip away, circumcise, clean, clear, clear off, condense, crumb, de-iodinate, de-ionate, decalcify, decarbonize, decorticate, defang, defuse, degas, dehorn, delete, delouse, demineralize, desorb, detoxify, dig, discharge, disembowel, dislodge, draw, draw off, dredge, eliminate, empty, enucleate, epilate, excavate, exenterate, expectorate, extirpate, extract, flick, gut, harvest, head, hull, husk, hypophysectomize, knock out, ladle, leach, lift, muck, pick, pit, pull, ream, resect, scale, scalp, scavenge, scoop, seed, shed, shell, shuck, skim, spoon, stem, string, strip, take away, take off, take out, tear away, tip, tusk, unburden, undock, unhinge, unpack, unsaddle, unstring, unveil, wash, wear away, weed, winnow, wipe off, withdraw,
18
serve oneself to, or consume regularly
  1. Have another bowl of chicken soup!
  2. I don't take sugar in my coffee
Synonymsconsume, ingest, take in, have,
Antonymsabstain,
Hyponymscannibalize, drink, drug, eat, feed, hit, partake, sample, satiate, smoke, sup, swallow, take in, use,
Typesbooze, cannibalise, cannibalize, do drugs, drink, drug, eat, feed, fill, fuddle, get down, habituate, hit, imbibe, partake, replete, sample, sate, satiate, smoke, sop up, suck in, sup, swallow, take in, take up, taste, touch, try, try out, use,
See alsotake up,
19
accept or undergo, often unwillingly
  1. We took a pay cut
Synonymssubmit,
Hyponymstest,
Hypernymsundergo,
Type ofabide, bear, brook, digest, endure, put up, stand, stick out, stomach, suffer, support, tolerate,
Typestest,
See alsotaker,
20
make use of or accept for some purpose
  1. take a risk
  2. take an opportunity
Synonymsaccept,
Hyponymsco-opt,
Typesco-opt,
21
take by force
  1. Hitler took the Baltic Republics
  2. The army took the fort on the hill
Hyponymsassume, extort, plunder, recapture, relieve, rescue, sack, scale, steal,
Typesarrogate, assume, despoil, extort, foray, loot, pillage, plunder, ransack, reave, recapture, relieve, rescue, retake, rifle, sack, scale, seize, steal, strip, take over, usurp,
22
occupy or take on
  1. He assumes the lotus position
  2. She took her seat on the stage
  3. We took our seats in the orchestra
  4. She took up her position behind the tree
  5. strike a pose
Synonymsassume, strike, take up,
Hypernymsmove,
Type ofmove,
23
admit into a group or community
  1. accept students for graduate study
  2. We'll have to vote on whether or not to admit a new member
Synonymsaccept, admit, take on,
Hyponymsprofess,
Hypernymsaccept,
Type ofaccept, have, take,
Typesprofess,
24
ascertain or determine by measuring, computing or take a reading from a dial
  1. take a pulse
  2. A reading was taken of the earth's tremors
Hypernymsreceive,
Type offind, get, incur, obtain, receive,
25
be a student of a certain subject
  1. She is reading for the bar exam
Synonymslearn, study, read,
Hyponymsaudit, drill, train,
Typesaudit, drill, exercise, practice, practise, prepare, train,
26
take as an undesirable consequence of some event or state of affairs
  1. the accident claimed three lives
  2. The hard work took its toll on her
Synonymsclaim, exact,
Hypernymsnecessitate,
Type ofask, call for, demand, involve, necessitate, need, postulate, require, take,
27
head into a specified direction
  1. The escaped convict took to the hills
  2. We made for the mountains
Synonymsmake,
Hypernymshead,
Type ofhead,
28
point or cause to go (blows, weapons, or objects such as photographic equipment) towards
  1. Please don't aim at your little brother!
  2. He trained his gun on the burglar
  3. Don't train your camera on the women
  4. Take a swipe at one's opponent
Synonymsaim, train, take aim, direct,
Hyponymscharge, draw a bead on, hold, level, sight, swing, target, turn,
Hypernymsposition,
29
be seized or affected in a specified way
  1. take sick
  2. be taken drunk
Hypernymsbecome,
Type ofbecome, get, go,
30
have with oneself; have on one's person
  1. She always takes an umbrella
  2. I always carry money
  3. She packs a gun when she goes into the mountains
Synonymscarry, pack,
Hypernymshave,
Type offeature, have,
31
engage for service under a term of contract
  1. We took an apartment on a quiet street
  2. Let's rent a car
  3. Shall we take a guide in Rome?
Synonymslease, rent, hire, charter, engage,
Hypernymsget,
Type ofacquire, get,
32
receive or obtain regularly
  1. We take the Times every day
Synonymssubscribe, subscribe to,
Hypernymsbuy,
Type ofbuy, purchase,
33
buy, select
  1. I'll take a pound of that sausage
Hypernymsbuy,
Type ofbuy, purchase,
See alsotake out,
34
to get into a position of having, e.g., safety, comfort
  1. take shelter from the storm
35
have sex with; archaic use
  1. He had taken this woman when she was most vulnerable
Synonymshave,
Hypernymssleep together,
Type ofbang, be intimate, bed, bonk, do it, eff, frig, fuck, get it on, get laid, have a go at it, have intercourse, have it away, have it off, have sex, hump, jazz, know, lie with, love, make love, make out, roll in the hay, screw, sleep with,
36
lay claim to; as of an idea
  1. She took credit for the whole idea
Synonymsclaim,
Antonymsdisclaim,
Hypernymsaffirm,
Type ofaffirm, assert, aver, avow, swan, swear, verify,
37
be designed to hold or take
  1. This surface will not take the dye
Synonymsaccept,
Hypernymsbe,
Type ofbe,
38
be capable of holding or containing
  1. This box won't take all the items
  2. The flask holds one gallon
Synonymscontain, hold,
Hypernymsbe,
Type ofbe,
39
develop a habit
  1. He took to visiting bars
40
proceed along in a vehicle
  1. We drive the turnpike to work
Synonymsdrive,
Hypernymstraverse,
Type ofcover, cross, cut across, cut through, get across, get over, pass over, track, traverse,
41
obtain by winning
  1. Winner takes all
  2. He took first prize
Hypernymswin,
Type ofwin,
42
be stricken by an illness, fall victim to an illness
  1. He got AIDS
  2. She came down with pneumonia
  3. She took a chill
Synonymscontract, get,
Hyponymscatch,
Hypernymssicken,
Type ofcome down, sicken,
Typescatch,
43
as of time or space
Synonymsoccupy, use up,
Type ofexpend, use,
Typesbe,
44
remove something concrete, as by lifting, pushing, taking off, etc. or remove something abstract
Synonymsremove, take away, withdraw,
Typesablate, amputate, aspirate, bail, bail out, bale out, bear away, bear off, bone, brush, bur, burl, burr, cancel, carry away, carry off, cast, cast off, chip away, chip away at, circumcise, clean, clear, clear away, clear off, clear out, clear up, condense, cream, cream off, crumb, cut into, cut off, debone, decalcify, decarbonise, decarbonize, decarburise, decarburize, decoke, decorticate, defang, defuse, degas, dehorn, de-iodinate, de-ionate, delete, delouse, delve, demineralise, demineralize, depilate, descale, desorb, detoxicate, detoxify, detusk, dig, disburden, discharge, disembowel, disinvest, dislodge, dismantle, divest, draw, draw away, draw in, draw off, draw out, dredge, drive out, drop, eliminate, empty, enucleate, epilate, eviscerate, excavate, exenterate, expectorate, extirpate, extract, flick, free, get out, gut, harvest, head, hollow, hull, husk, hypophysectomise, hypophysectomize, knock out, lade, laden, ladle, leach, lift, lift out, muck, offsaddle, pick, pit, pull, pull off, pull out, pull up, ream, resect, scale, scalp, scavenge, scoop, scoop out, scoop up, seed, shake off, shed, shell, shuck, skim, skim off, spoon, stem, stone, string, strip, suck in, take away, take off, take out, take up, tear away, tear off, throw, throw away, throw off, tip, turn over, tusk, unbrace, unburden, undock, undress, unhinge, unpack, unsaddle, unstring, unveil, wash, wash away, wash off, wash out, wear away, wear off, weed, winnow, wipe away, wipe off, withdraw,
See alsotake off,
45
aim or direct at; as of blows, weapons, or objects such as photographic equipment
Synonymsaim, direct, take aim, train,
Type ofposition,
Typesaim, charge, direct, draw a bead on, hold, level, place, point, swing, target, turn,

Derived Form of turns

noun
root word: turn
plural: turns
verb
root word: turn
third person: turns
past: turned
past participle: turned
present participle: turning
Noun: turn
1
a circular segment of a curve
  1. a bend in the road
  2. a crook in the path
Synonymsbend, crook, twist, turn,
Hyponymsbight,
Hypernymscurve,
Type ofcurved shape*, curves,
Typesbights,
2
the act of changing or reversing the direction of the course
  1. he took a turn to the right
Synonymsturn, turning,
Hyponymsdiversion, kick turn, left, right, stem turn, swerve, telemark, three-point turn, version,
Hypernymschange of course,
Type ofchanges of course,
Typesdeflections, deflexions, deviations, digressions, divagations, diversions, kick turn*, lefts, rights, stem turn*, stems, swerves, swervings, telemarks, three-point turn*, veerings, versions,
3
(game) the activity of doing something in an agreed succession
  1. it is my turn
  2. it is still my play
Synonymsturn, play,
Hyponymsattack, bat, down, innings, lead, move, ruff, start, trick,
Hypernymsactivity,
4
an unforeseen development
  1. events suddenly took an awkward turn
Synonymsturn, turn of events, twist,
Hypernymsdevelopment,
Type ofdevelopments,
5
a movement in a new direction
  1. the turning of the wind
Synonymsturning, turn,
Hyponymsreturn, reversal, rotation, volution, yaw,
Hypernymsmovement,
Type ofmotions, movements,
Typescoming back*, gyrations, returns, reversals, revolutions, rotations, swerves, turn around*, volutions, yaws,
6
the act of turning away or in the opposite direction
  1. he made an abrupt turn away from her
Synonymsturn,
Hypernymschange of direction,
7
turning or twisting around (in place)
  1. with a quick twist of his head he surveyed the room
Synonymstwist, turn,
Hyponymstwiddle,
Hypernymsrotation,
Type ofrotary motion*, rotations,
Typestwiddles,
8
a time for working (after which you will be relieved by someone else)
  1. it's my go
  2. a spell of work
Synonymsgo, spell, tour, turn,
Hypernymsshift,
Type ofduty period*, shifts, work shift*,
9
(sports) a division during which one team is on the offensive
Synonymsturn, bout, round,
Hyponymsbottom, top,
Hypernymspart,
Holonymsplaying period,
10
a short theatrical performance that is part of a longer program
  1. he did his act three times every evening
  2. she had a catchy little routine
  3. it was one of the best numbers he ever did
Synonymsact, routine, number, turn, bit,
Hyponymsshow-stopper,
Hypernymsperformance,
Type ofperformances, public presentation*,
Typesshowstoppers, show-stoppers, stoppers,
11
a favor for someone
  1. he did me a good turn
Synonymsturn, good turn,
Hypernymsfavor,
Type offavors, favours,
12
taking a short walk out and back
  1. we took a turn in the park
Synonymsturn,
Hypernymswalk,
Type ofwalks,
13
the activity of doing something in an agreed succession
Synonymsplays,
Type ofactivities,
Typesat-bats, attacks, bats, downs, inningses, leads, moves, ruffs, startings, starts, trumpings,
Part ofgame,
14
turning away or in the opposite direction
Type ofchanges of direction, reorientations,
15
(sports) a period of play during which one team is on the offensive
Synonymsbouts, rounds,
Type ofperiods of play, playing period*, plays,
Typesbottoms, bottoms of the inning, tops, tops of the inning,
Verb: turn
1
change orientation or direction, also in the abstract sense
  1. Turn towards me
  2. The mugger turned and fled before I could see his face
  3. She turned from herself and learned to listen to others' needs
Synonymsturn,
Hyponymsabout-face, avert, bend, caracole, corkscrew, corner, deflect, deviate, face, flip, gee, gyrate, overturn, pivot, port, pronate, roll, roll over, rotate, swerve, swing around, turn away, turn off, turn on a dime, turn out, twist,
Hypernymsmove,
Type ofmoves,
Typesabout-faces, averts, bends, caracoles, circumvolves, coils, corkscrews, corners, curves, cuts, deflects, deviates, diverts, faces, flips, flips over, gees, gyrates, overturns, pivots, ports, pronates, rolls, rolls over, rotates, sheers, slews, slues, spirals, splays, spreads out, swerves, swings about, swings around, swivels, tips over, tosses, trends, tumps over, turns around, turns away, turns off, turns on a dime, turns out, turns over, twists, veers,
See alsoturn away, turn back, turn to, turning,
2
undergo a transformation or a change of position or action
  1. We turned from Socialism to Capitalism
  2. The people turned against the President when he stole the election
Synonymschange state, turn,
Hyponymsacidify, alkalize, be born, become, better, boil, break, burn, calcify, calm, carbonize, carnify, catalyze, chondrify, citrate, close, clot, cloud over, coke, come to, conceive, concentrate, cool, cross-fertilize, curdle, denitrify, die, disengage, dissolve, dress, emaciate, emancipate, empty, emulsify, equilibrate, erupt, esterify, etherify, explode, fall, fill, fluctuate, freeze, Frenchify, gain, get into, get worse, heat, homogenize, integrate, ionize, liquefy, open, ossify, overgrow, precipitate, react, reduce, relax, secularize, solvate, sorb, sour, tense, thicken, thin, thrive, thrombose, wake up, worsen, zonk out,
Hypernymschange,
Type ofchanges,
Typesacetifies, acidifies, alkalifies, alkalises, alkalizes, ameliorates, apparels, arouses, awakens, awakes, basifies, becomes, betters, blacks out, boils, breaks, breaks loose, burns, bursts forth, calcifies, calms, calms down, carbonises, carbonizes, carburises, carburizes, carnifies, catalyses, catalyzes, catches fire, chills, chills out, chondrifies, citrates, clabbers, closes, clothes, clots, clouds over, coagulates, cokes, combusts, comes alive, comes to, conceives, concentrates, conflagrates, cools, cools down, cools it, cools off, cross-fertilises, cross-fertilizes, curdles, deceases, declines, decompresses, denitrifies, devitrifies, dies, discharges, disengages, dissolves, dresses, emaciates, emancipates, empties, emulsifies, enclothes, equilibrates, erupts, esterifies, etherifies, exits, expires, explodes, fades away, fades out, falls, ferments, fills, fills up, fits out, flies high, flourishes, fluctuates, freezes, Frenchifies, gains, garbs, garments, gets, gets into, gets worse, goes, habilitates, heats, heats up, homogenises, homogenizes, hots up, ignites, improves, inspissates, integrates, ionises, ionizes, is born, liberates, liquefies, loosens up, loses weight, meliorates, melts off, opens, opens up, ossifies, overgrows, passes, passes away, passes out, perishes, precipitates, prospers, puts on, raiments, reacts, reduces, relapses, relaxes, resuscitates, revives, secularises, secularizes, settles down, shuts, simmers down, slenderizes, slims, slims down, slows down, solvates, sorbs, sours, takes fire, takes up, tangles with, tenses, tenses up, thickens, thins, thrives, thromboses, togs, turns, unbends, unwinds, wakens, wakes, wakes up, works, worsens, zonks out,
See alsoturn around, turn off, turning,
3
undergo a change or development
  1. The water turned into ice
  2. Her former friend became her worst enemy
  3. He turned traitor
Synonymsbecome, turn,
Hyponymscome, nucleate, reduce, suffocate,
Hypernymstransform,
Type ofmetamorphoses, transforms, transmutes,
Typesadds up, amounts, boils down, chokes, comes, comes down, nucleates, reduces, suffocates,
4
cause to move around or rotate
  1. turn a key
  2. turn your palm this way
Synonymsturn,
Hyponymsport, reorient, supinate,
Hypernymsmove,
Type ofdisplaces, moves,
Typesports, reorients, supinates,
5
change to the contrary
  1. The trend was reversed
  2. the tides turned against him
  3. public opinion turned when it was revealed that the president had an affair with a White House intern
Synonymschange by reversal, turn, reverse,
Hyponymscommutate, correct, desecrate, desynchronize, falsify, interchange, metamorphose, permute, revert, switch over, turn the tables, undo,
Hypernymschange,
Type ofchanges,
Typesalternates, commutates, commutes, corrects, deconsecrates, desecrates, desynchronises, desynchronizes, exchanges, falsifies, flip-flops, flips, interchanges, metamorphoses, permutes, rectifies, regresses, retroverts, returns, reverts, rights, switches, switches over, tacks, transfigures, transmogrifies, transposes, turns back, turns the tables, turns the tide, undoes,
See alsoturn off, turn on,
6
pass to the other side of
  1. turn the corner
  2. move around the obstacle
Synonymsturn, move around,
Hypernymstravel,
Type ofgoes, locomotes, moves, travels,
7
pass into a condition gradually, take on a specific property or attribute; become
  1. The weather turned nasty
  2. She grew angry
Synonymsturn, grow,
Hyponymsbald, turn,
Hypernymschange,
Type ofchanges,
Typesbalds, turns,
8
let (something) fall or spill from a container
  1. turn the flour onto a plate
Synonymsturn, release,
Hyponymsdeflate, throw,
Hypernymstransmit,
9
move around an axis or a center
  1. The wheels are turning
Synonymsturn,
Hyponymsrevolve,
Hypernymsmove,
Type ofmoves,
Typesgoes around, revolves, rotates,
10
cause to move around a center so as to show another side of
  1. turn a page of a book
Synonymsturn, turn over,
Hyponymsevert, leaf,
Hypernymsmove,
Type ofdisplaces, moves,
Typeseverts, leafs,
See alsoturner,
11
to send or let go
  1. They turned away the crowd at the gate of the governor's mansion
Synonymsturn,
Hypernymssend,
Type ofdirects, sends,
12
to break and turn over earth especially with a plow
  1. Farmer Jones plowed his east field last week
  2. turn the earth in the Spring
Synonymsplow, plough, turn,
Hyponymsharrow, ridge,
Hypernymstill,
Entailmentsdig,
Type oftills,
Typesdisks, harrows, ridges,
13
shape by rotating on a lathe or cutting device or a wheel
  1. turn the legs of the table
  2. turn the clay on the wheel
Synonymsturn,
Hypernymsshape,
Type offorms,
See alsoturner, turnery,
14
change color
  1. In Vermont, the leaves turn early
Synonymsturn,
Hypernymsdiscolor, turn,
Type ofcolors, colours, discolors, discolours, grows, turns,
15
twist suddenly so as to sprain
  1. wrench one's ankle
  2. The wrestler twisted his shoulder
  3. the hikers sprained their ankles when they fell
  4. I turned my ankle and couldn't walk for several days
Synonymstwist, sprain, wrench, turn, wrick, rick,
Hypernymsinjure,
Type ofinjures, wounds,
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cause to change or turn into something different;assume new characteristics
  1. The princess turned the frog into a prince by kissing him
  2. The alchemists tried to turn lead into gold
Synonymsturn,
Hypernymschange,
Type ofalters, changes, modifies,
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accomplish by rotating
  1. turn a somersault
  2. turn cartwheels
Synonymsturn,
Hypernymsdo,
Type ofdoes, performs,
See alsoturner,
18
get by buying and selling
  1. the company turned a good profit after a year
Synonymsturn,
Hypernymsget,
Type ofacquires, gets,
19
cause to move along an axis or into a new direction
  1. turn your face to the wall
  2. turn the car around
  3. turn your dance partner around
Synonymsturn,
Hyponymsbring about,
Hypernymsmove,
Type ofdisplaces, moves,
20
channel one's attention, interest, thought, or attention toward or away from something
  1. The pedophile turned to boys for satisfaction
  2. people turn to mysticism at the turn of a millennium
Synonymsturn,
Hyponymstake up,
Hypernymssend,
Type ofdirects, sends,
Typestakes up,
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cause (a plastic object) to assume a crooked or angular form
  1. bend the rod
  2. twist the dough into a braid
  3. the strong man could turn an iron bar
Synonymsflex, bend, deform, twist, turn,
Antonymsunbend,
Hyponymsconvolve, crank, gnarl, incurvate, indent,
Hypernymschange shape,
Type ofchanges form, changes shape, deforms,
Typesconvolutes, convolves, cranks, dents, gnarls, incurvates, indents,
22
alter the functioning or setting of
  1. turn the dial to 10
  2. turn the heat down
Synonymsturn,
Hypernymsoperate,
Type ofcontrols, operates,
23
direct at someone
  1. She turned a smile on me
  2. They turned their flashlights on the car
Synonymsturn,
Hypernymsaim,
Type ofaims, directs, takes, takes aim, trains,
24
have recourse to or make an appeal or request for help or information to
  1. She called on her Representative to help her
  2. She turned to her relatives for help
Synonymscall on, turn,
Hypernymsappeal,
Type ofappeals, invokes,
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go sour or spoil
  1. The milk has soured
  2. The wine worked
  3. The cream has turned--we have to throw it out
Synonymssour, turn, ferment, work,
Hypernymschange state,
Type ofchanges state, turns,
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become officially one year older
  1. She is turning 50 this year
Synonymsturn,
Hypernymssenesce,
Type ofages, gets on, maturates, matures, senesces,
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let (something) fall or spill a container
Synonymsreleases,
Type ofchannelises, channelizes, channels, transfers, transmits, transports,
Typesdeflates, throws,

take turns on Youtube

  1. If you play with friends, much like the Kypton Factor, you have to take turns.
  2. and we'll each take turns hitting this button right here,
  3. You and Blake will take turns
  4. We're gonna take turns choosing a shot.
  5. ...and we'd take turns blindfolding each other and spinning each other around.
  6. - You'll each take turns solving the clues,
  7. Then, Green Lantern and Diana will take turns hitting
  8. Rhett and I are gonna take turns becoming human lollipops
  9. We're each gonna take turns getting blindfolded
  10. Tina and I will take turns facing our backs to the curtain.
  11. You and a friend take turns removing either 1, 2 or 3 matchsticks and the player who picks
  12. Players take turns removing objects from heaps or stacks, and the player to remove the last
  13. periscope to take turns as lookout.
  14. The pilots take turns, and this time captain Heinbockel is pilot flying.
  15. take turns to boost the farmers morale.
  16. so they sing this really silly song called braditude and take turns kissing their love interest on the cheek because lip kissing is too scandalous
  17. we're gonna flame throw these in the rinsed I take turns this is the
  18. And then they all take turns just kind of beaten the old boil with assorted items, man
  19. You helpe Cyborg then Green Lantern and Diana take turns hitting
  20. a series of tongue twisters. You'll take turns reading