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vary
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wheel

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turnabout
turnaround
turnbuckle
turncoat
turndown
turner
turnery
turning
turnip
turnkey
turnoff
turnout
turnover
turnpike
turnsole
turnspit
turnstile
turnstone
turntable
turnup
turnverein
upturn

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词组、短语、俚语及习惯用语
• turn Charley
[俚]胆小,害怕。
• turn Queen's evidence
供出对同案犯不利的证据。
• turn Turk
变得易怒、高傲、残酷。
• turn a blind eye to
熟视无睹。
• turn a cold shoulder to sb.
对某人冷淡,讨厌某人。
• turn a deaf ear to
置若罔闻。
• turn a penny
(通过投资等)赚钱,获利。
• turn a useful penny
很能赚点钱。
• turn a useful penny by
很能赚点钱。
• turn about
转变,改变意见,转身,反复思考。
• turn adrift
逐出(某人)。使漂泊无依。免职,辞退。
• turn against
(使)变成和...敌对。
• turn an honest penny
用正当手段挣钱,凭劳动挣钱。
• turn an honest shilling
用正当手段挣钱,凭劳动挣钱。
• turn and rend
攻击。
• turn and turn about
依次,轮流。
• turn and wind
(骑马者)把马头掉过来掉过去。
• turn arc
旋转弧。
• turn around
回转,转向。
• turn aside
避开,转过脸,撇开,使转变方向。
• turn away
不准...入内,走开,转过脸,解雇,避免,防止。
• turn away from
厌恶。
• turn back
使停止往前,往回走,翻回到,重新提到,折转,挡住。
• turn back the clock
把钟拨慢,开倒车。
• turn bench
钟表车床。
• turn black into white
颠倒黑白。混淆是非。
• turn bridle
向后转,做180度的转变。
• turn brush
试管刷。
• turn buckle
拉线螺旋,松紧螺旋扣。
• turn button
旋钮。

上海大嘴外教


turn

turn的音标和读音:
DJ音标发音: [tə:n]
KK音标发音: [tɜn]

turn的词性:
v.(动词)

turnedturningturns

turn的词性:
v.tr.(及物动词)

1. To cause to move around an axis or a center; cause to rotate or revolve.
使旋转,转动:使绕着一个轴或中心移动;使转动或旋转

2. To cause to move around in order to achieve a result, such as opening, closing, tightening, or loosening:
转动:使转动以达到某种结果,如打开、关闭、拧紧或拧松:

用法与例句:

turn the key; turn a screw.
转动钥匙;拧动螺丝钉

3. To alter or control the functioning of (a mechanical device, for example) by the use of a rotating or similar movement:
扭动,旋动:通过旋转或类似动作改变或控制(如机械装置)的功能:

用法与例句:

Please turn the iron to a hotter setting.
请把熨斗旋动到更热

4. To perform or accomplish by rotating or revolving:
翻,翻转:通过转动或旋转来执行或完成:

用法与例句:

turn a somersault.
翻筋斗

5. To change the position of so that the underside becomes the upper side:
翻转:改变…的位置而使下面的成为上面的:

用法与例句:

turn the steak; turn a page.
翻转牛排;翻一页书

6. To spade or plow (soil) to bring the undersoil to the surface.
翻耕,翻土:翻(土)或犁(土),从而把下面的泥土翻到表面上来

7. To reverse and resew the material of (a collar, for example).
翻修:用翻料或重缝的方法修整(如领子)

8. To revolve in the mind; meditate on; ponder.
盘算;反复思考;考虑

9. To give a rounded form to (wood, for example) by rotating against a cutting tool.
车削:在切割工具上旋转而使(如木头)成为圆形

10. To give a rounded shape to (clay, for example) by rotating and shaping with the hands or tools.
使成形,使成圆形:用手或工具旋转和定型而使(例如粘土)成为圆形

11. To give a rounded form to:
使成圆形:

用法与例句:

turn a heel in knitting a sock.
编织短袜时把脚的后跟织成圆形

12. To give distinctive, artistic, or graceful form to:
使变得形式优美,使变得形状匀称:给予独特,艺术,优雅的形式:

用法与例句:

“They know precisely how to turn a dramatic line or phrase that is guaranteed to make the evening news”(William Safire)
“他们当然知道如何写出适合晚间新闻的文采优美的词句”(威廉·萨菲尔)

13. To change the position of by traversing an arc of a circle; pivot:
绕过,转动:绕过一段圆弧改变位置;使绕枢轴转动:

用法与例句:

turned his chair toward the speaker.
转动椅子面向说话人

14. To cause (a scale) to move up or down so as to register weight:
称重:使(秤台)上下移动以记录重量:

用法与例句:

Even a feather will turn a delicate scale.
一台精密的天平能称出即使是一片羽毛的重量

15. To fold, bend, or twist (something).
使折叠,使弯曲,使扭曲

16. To change the position or disposition of by folding, bending, or twisting:
翻,翻转:通过折叠、弯曲成扭曲而改变位置或姿式:

用法与例句:

Turn the design right side up on all your jacket buttons. Turn the hat inside out.
把你外套上的纽扣的图案翻转正了。把帽子的里面翻出来

17. To make a bend or curve in:
弄弯:把…弄弯把…弄成曲线:

用法与例句:

He could turn a bar of steel.
他能把一根钢棒弄弯

18. To blunt or dull (the edge of a cutting instrument).
弄钝,弄卷刃(切割工具的刃)

19. To injure by twisting:
扭伤:因扭曲而弄伤:

用法与例句:

turn an ankle.
扭伤了脚踝

20. To upset or make nauseated:
使作呕,使恶心:

用法与例句:

That story turns my stomach.
这个故事令我作呕

21. To change the direction or course of:
使…改变方向,使改变路程:

用法与例句:

turn the car to the left.
把车朝左拐

22. To divert or deflect:
使转向,使改变方向:

用法与例句:

turn a stampede.
使群众分心

23. To reverse the course of; cause to retreat:
使撤退;使掉头:

用法与例句:

“Then turn your forces from this paltry siege/And stir them up against a mightier task”(Shakespeare)
“那么把你的军队调离这足取的围攻/而鼓动他们去完成更艰巨的任务”(莎士比亚)

24. To make a course around or about:
迂回,绕过,拐过:

用法与例句:

turn a corner.
绕过拐角

25. To change the purpose, intention, or content of by persuasion or influence:
转变,改变:通过劝说或施加影响而改变目的、意图或倾向:

用法与例句:

His speech turned my thinking.
他的演说改变了我的想法

26. To change the order or disposition of; unsettle:
使混乱,使迷乱;使错乱:

用法与例句:

“Sudden prosperity had turned [his] head” (Macaulay)
“飞来的横财使[他的] 脑筋不太正常” (麦考利)

27. To set in a specified way or direction by or as if by rotating or pivoting; point:
转动:通过或好象通过旋转或绕枢轴旋转而放在一定的方向或形态;指向:

用法与例句:

turn the antenna east.
把触角转向东

28. To present in a specified direction by or as if by rotating or pivoting:
朝向,转弯:通过或好象旋转或绕枢轴转动而使出现在某一方向:

用法与例句:

turn one's face to the wall.
将脸转向墙

29. To aim or focus; train:
瞄准或聚焦于;使对着:

用法与例句:

turn one's gaze to the sky.
抬眼凝视天空

30. To devote or apply (oneself, for example) to something:
致力于,投身于:使(如自己)投身或致力于某事:

用法与例句:

She turned herself to music.
她致力于音乐

31. To cause to act or go against; make antagonistic:
使反对,使敌对;使…成为敌人:

用法与例句:

News of the scandal turned public opinion against the candidate.
关于丑闻的报道使公众舆论都反对候选人

32. To cause to go in a specific direction; direct:
引导,指导:使向某一特定方向运动;引导:

用法与例句:

They turned their way back.
他们掉头向回走

33. To send, drive, or let go:
驱赶,打发,放走:

用法与例句:

turn the bully out of the bar; turned the dog loose.
把这个恶棍赶出酒吧;把狗放开

34. To pour, let fall, or otherwise release (contents) from or into a receptacle:
倒,倾倒:倾倒或用其他方法把容器中的东西倒出或倒入容器:

用法与例句:

Turn the dough onto a floured board.
把生面团倒在撒了面粉的板上

35. To cause to take on a specified character, nature, identity, or appearance; change or transform. Used with to or into :
改变:使具有特定的性质、本质、身份或外形;改变或使变成。与tointo 连用:

用法与例句:

water that had been turned to ice; turn a rundown house into a show place.
已变成冰的水;把一所破旧的房子改变成一个表演场所

36. To make sour; ferment:
使变酸;使变质:

用法与例句:

Lack of refrigeration turned the milk.
没有电冰箱会使牛奶变质

37. To affect or change the color of:
使变色,使颜色改变:

用法与例句:

Autumn turns the green leaves golden.
秋天使绿叶变成了金黄色

38. To exchange; convert. Used with to or into :
交换;转换。与tointo 连用:

用法与例句:

turns her singing talent into extra money.
把她的歌唱天赋转换成外块

39. To keep in circulation; sell and restock:
周转:使流通;出卖然后再进货:

用法与例句:

We turned a great deal of merchandise during the holidays.
在假期中我们周转大量的商品

40. To get by buying and selling:
赚取,挣得:通过买和卖而挣得:

用法与例句:

turn a fair profit.
赢利情况不错

41. Slang To perform (an act of prostitution):
【俚语】 进行(卖淫活动):

用法与例句:

turning tricks.
卖淫

turn的词性:
v.intr.(不及物动词)

42. To move around an axis or a center; rotate or revolve.
旋转,周转:绕轴心或中心移动;旋转或周转

43. To have a sensation of revolving or whirling, especially as a result of dizziness or giddiness.
晕旋:有回旋或旋转的感觉,尤指是头晕或旋转的结果

44. To change position from side to side or back and forth:
翻转,转动:从一面到另一面或从前到后地改变位置:

用法与例句:

I tossed and turned all night.
我整夜辗转反侧

45. To progress through pages so as to arrive at a given place:
翻书,翻页:翻动书页以到达特定地方:

用法与例句:

Please turn to page 361.
请翻到361页

46. To operate a lathe.
开动车床

47. To be formed on a lathe:
车削:在车床上加工:

用法与例句:

a softwood that turns easily.
极易车削的软木

48. To direct one's way or course:
转向:朝一个方向或路线走:

用法与例句:

The truck turned into the service station. We turned off the highway at the first exit.
卡车朝加油站驶去。我们在第一个出口离开了高速公路

49. To change or reverse one's way, course, or direction:
转变,变化:改变或背离自己的道路,行程或方向:

用法与例句:

Too tired to go farther, we turned toward home.
我们已筋疲力尽,再也走不动了,只有掉头回家

50. To have a specific reaction or effect, especially when adverse.
转变,转折:产生相反作用或特定的结果,尤指相反的情况

51. To change one's actions or attitudes adversely; become hostile or antagonistic:
反对,敌对:相反地改变自己的行动或态度;变得敌对或反对:

用法与例句:

The once servile peasants turned against the cruel king.
曾一度臣服的农民起来反对残暴的国王

52. To attack suddenly and violently with no apparent motive:
突然袭击:没有明显动机地突然和猛烈地袭击:

用法与例句:

The tiger turned on the animal trainer.
老虎突然向训兽员袭击

53. To channel one's attention, interest, or thought toward or away from something:
转移,转变:改变自己的注意力、兴趣或想法而转向或背离某物:

用法与例句:

“In the spring a young man's fancy lightly turns to thoughts of love”(Tennyson)
“在春天,年轻人的想象力很容易转移到关于爱情的遐想上去了”(坦尼森)

54. To devote or apply oneself to something, as to a field of study:
致力于:从事或献身于某事,如一门学问:

用法与例句:

Unsuccessful in mathematics, the student turned to biology.
在数学上一无所成,这个学生转而从事生物学的研究

55. To convert to a religion.
改变信仰

56. To switch one's loyalty from one side or party to another.
背离,脱离:将自己对一方或一党的忠诚转向中另一方或另一党

57. To have recourse to a person or thing for help, support, or information.
依赖,求助:向某人或其它求助、请求支持或打听消息

58. To depend on something for success or failure; hinge:
成败的要素,关键:

用法与例句:

“The election would turn not on ideology but on competence”(George F Will)
“选举将取决于竞争力而非空论”(乔治F威尔)

59. To change so as to be; become:
变为;成为:

用法与例句:

His hair turned gray. I am a lawyer turned novelist.
他的头发变得花白了。我是个从律师改业的小说家

60. To change; become transformed. Used with to or into :
改变;变成。与tointo 连用:

用法与例句:

The sky turned to pink at dawn. The night turned into day.
天空在黎明时分变成了粉红色。黑夜变成了白天

61. To reach and pass (a certain age, for example):
到达或过了(例如,一定的年龄):

用法与例句:

My niece has turned three.
我的侄女三岁了

62. To become sour:
变酸:

用法与例句:

The milk turned because we did not refrigerate it.
牛奶变酸了,因为我们没有它放到冰箱里

63. To change color:
变色:

用法与例句:

The leaves have turned.
叶已经变色了

64. To be stocked and sold:
进货并销售:

用法与例句:

This merchandise will turn easily.
这种商品很容易脱手

65. To become dull or blunt by bending back. Used of the edge of a cutting instrument.
使变钝:因向后弯曲而变钝。用于切割工具的刃

turn的词性:
n.(名词)

66. The act of turning or the condition of being turned; rotation or revolution.
转动,旋转:转动的动作或被转动的状况;转动或旋转

67. A change of direction, motion, or position:
转向,转弯:改变方向、动作成立置:

用法与例句:

Make a left turn at the corner.
在拐角处向左转弯

68. A place, as in a road or path, where a change in direction occurs; a curve:
转弯处,转折点:方向出现变化的地点,如公路或小路上;弯曲:

用法与例句:

a sharp turn in the road.
公路上的一个急转弯

69. A departure or deviation, as in a trend:
转变:偏离或背离,如某一趋势的:

用法与例句:

a strange turn of events.
事件的奇怪转变

70. A point marking the end of one period of time and the beginning of the next:
转变时期,交替时期:标志着一个时期的结束和下一个时期的开始的时间:

用法与例句:

the turn of the century.
世纪交替的时期

71. A chance or an opportunity.
机会,机遇

72. One of a series of such opportunities accorded people in succession or in scheduled order:
次序:依次轮流或按时间表的顺序排列的一系列机会中的一次:

用法与例句:

waiting for her next turn at bat.
在棒球比赛中等练她的下一次击球机会

73. A period of participation:
回合:

用法与例句:

a turn at wrestling.
摔跤运动的一个回合

74. An attack of illness or severe nervousness.
疾疾或紧张情绪的侵袭

75. Informal A momentary shock or scare:
【非正式用语】 一惊,一吓:瞬间的吃惊或恐惧:

用法与例句:

I had quite a turn when I first heard the crash.
当我刚听到撞车时着实吓了一跳

76. A characteristic mood, style, or habit; a natural inclination:
天性,禀性:典型的情绪、风格成习惯;自然的倾向:

用法与例句:

a curious and speculative turn of mind.
生性好奇,爱冒险

77. A propensity or an adeptness:
天赋,禀赋:

用法与例句:

a turn for carpentry.
有做木工的天赋

78. A distinctive, graceful, or artistic expression or arrangement of words:
措辞:与众不同的、优雅的或艺术性的表达方式或词语安排:

用法与例句:

the poetic turn of a phrase.
诗意的词句

79. A movement or development in a particular direction:
变化,转向:向特定方向的运动或发展:

用法与例句:

a turn for the worse.
变得更糟

80. A variation of a given kind or type:
变动:给定的种类或类型的变动:

用法与例句:

“His muse occasionally takes a humorous and satirical turn”(Albert C Baugh)
“他的诗句偶尔会变得幽默而有讽剌意味”(艾伯特C鲍)

81. A deed or an action having a good or bad effect on another:
举动,行为:对另一人有帮助或损害的行为或举动:

用法与例句:

“He thought some friend had done him an ill turn”(Stephen Crane)
“他认为有个朋友对他有不利的举动”(斯蒂芬·克兰)

82. Advantage or purpose:
利益,目的:

用法与例句:

It served his turn.
这对他有利

83. A short walk or excursion out and back:
走一圈,兜一圈:外出进行短距离散步或游览然后回来:

用法与例句:

took a turn in the park.
在公园里走一圈

84. A distortion in shape.
变形:形状扭曲

85. The condition of being twisted or wound.
盘绕:被扭曲或盘绕的状况

86. A winding of one thing about another.
缠绕:用一物缠绕另一物

87. A single wind or convolution, as of wire on a spool.
盘绕一圈:绕一圈或一卷 ,如缠在锭子上的线

88. Something that winds or turns around a center axis.
一卷:围绕着轴心绕成一圆圈的东西

89. Music A figure or an ornament consisting of four or more notes in rapid succession and including in addition to the principal note the one that is a degree above and the one that is a degree below it.
【音乐】 加音:由一组四个或四个以上的音符,包括上方、下方辅助音绕着主音符或标出的音符构成的装饰音

90. A brief theatrical act or stage appearance.
短剧,舞台表演:短小的戏剧或舞台演出

91. A transaction on the stock market involving both a sale and a purchase.
股票交易:股票交易市场上的一次交易,涉及买和卖

92. South Atlantic U.S. The amount that can be carried in the arms in one load:
【美国南大西洋沿岸】 一捧,一抱:双臂一次所能搬运的量:

用法与例句:

a turn of firewood.
一抱柴禾

93. To send away; dismiss:
把…打发走;解雇:

用法与例句:

turned away the salesperson.
解雇了推销员

94. To repel:
驱逐:

用法与例句:

The poor location of the condominium turned away many prospective buyers.
公寓房偏僻的位置赶跑了许多很有希望的买主

95. To avert; deflect:
挡开;使转向:

用法与例句:

turned away all criticism.
挡开了所有的批评

96. To reverse one's direction of motion:
折回,往回走:掉转某人的运动方向:

用法与例句:

stopped on the road and had to turn back.
在公路上停了下来,只好往回走

97. To drive back and away:
使折回,赶回去:

用法与例句:

turned back the uninvited comers.
把不速之客赶了回去

98. To halt the advance of:
使停止前进,挡住:

用法与例句:

managed to turn back the advancing army.
设法挡住了向前推进的军队

99. To fold down:
翻起,折转:

用法与例句:

Turn back the corner of the page to save your place in the book.
在书角上折一下来作读到哪里的记号

100. To diminish the speed, volume, intensity, or flow of:
降低,减弱:调低速度、音量、强度或流量:

用法与例句:

Turn down the radio, please.
请把收音机的音量调低

101. To reject or refuse, as a person, advice, or a suggestion:
拒绝:拒绝某人、建议或忠告:

用法与例句:

We politely turned down the invitation.
我们有礼貌地拒绝了邀请

102. To fold or be capable of folding down:
翻下:折转或能够被翻下:

用法与例句:

turn a collar down; a collar that turns down.
翻下衣领;能翻下的衣领

103. To hand in; give over:
交还;上交:

用法与例句:

turned in the final exam.
上交期末考试试卷

104. To inform on or deliver:
检举,陈述:

用法与例句:

The criminal turned herself in.
罪犯自首了

105. To produce:
完成:

用法与例句:

turns in a consistent performance every day.
每天的表现都很一致

106. Informal To go to bed:
【非正式用语】 上床睡觉:

用法与例句:

I turned in early last night.
我昨晚很早就上床睡觉了

107. To stop the operation, activity, or flow of; shut off:
关闭,停止:终止运转、行为或流动;关掉:

用法与例句:

turned off the television.
关掉电视

108. Slang
【俚语】

109. To affect with dislike, displeasure, or revulsion:
讨厌,厌恶:使不喜欢,讨厌或厌恶:

用法与例句:

That song really turns me off.
我一点也不喜欢那首歌

110. To affect with boredom:
使厌烦:

用法与例句:

The play turned the audience off.
这出戏让观众很倒味

111. To lose or cause to lose interest; withdraw:
失去或使失去兴趣;撤回:

用法与例句:

turning off to materialism.
沦为实利主义

112. To cease paying attention to:
不注意:

用法与例句:

Unable to leave my seat, I turned off the boring speaker and thought about vacation.
不能离开我的座位,我对那个令人厌烦的讲演者置之不理,开始考虑假期

113. To divert; deflect.
分散;转移

114. Chiefly British To dismiss (an employee).
【多用于英国】 解雇(员工)

115. To cause to begin the operation, activity, or flow of:
打开,开启:使开始运作、活动或流动:

用法与例句:

Turn on the light bulb.
打开电灯

116. To begin to display, employ, or exude:
开始展示,显露出,流露出:

用法与例句:

turn on the charm.
显露出魅力

117. Slang
【俚语】

118. To take or cause to take a mind-altering drug, especially for the first time.
开始或使开始吸毒,尤指第一次

119. To be or cause to become interested, pleasurably excited, or stimulated. Often used with to :
使兴奋,使刺激:产生或使产生兴趣、兴奋或刺激。通常与to 连用:

用法与例句:

My uncle turned me on to jazz. She turned on to surfing this summer.
我叔叔使我对爵士乐发生了兴趣。这个夏季她对滑水发生了兴趣

120. To excite or become excited sexually.
(使)激发性欲

121. To shut off:
关上,关掉:

用法与例句:

turned out the lights.
关掉了灯

122. To arrive or assemble, as for a public event or entertainment:
聚集,召集:聚集或召集,如参加公众活动或娱乐:

用法与例句:

A large group of protesters have turned out.
一大群抗议者聚集到了一起

123. To produce, as by a manufacturing process; make:
生产:产出,如通过制作过程;制造:

用法与例句:

an assembly line turning out cars.
生产小汽车的流水线

124. To be found to be, as after experience or trial:
证实:发觉是,如经历或试验之后:

用法与例句:

The rookie turned out to be the best hitter on the team.
新手证明是队里最出色的击球员

125. To end up; result:
结果;结果:

用法与例句:

The cake turned out beautifully.
蛋糕最后做出来很漂亮

126. To equip; outfit:
装备;配置:

用法与例句:

troops that were turned out beautifully.
装备精良的队伍

127. Informal To get out of bed.
【非正式用语】 起床

128. To evict; expel:
赶出;使搬走:

用法与例句:

The tenants were turned out.
房客都被赶走了

129. To bring the bottom to the top or vice versa; invert.
翻转,翻过来:把底翻到上面或相反面;翻转

130. To shift the position of, as by rolling from one side to the other.
翻滚:改变位置,似乎通过从一边到另一边滚动

131. To shift one's position by rolling from one side to the other.
翻身:从一边滚向另一边改变位置

132. To rotate; cycle:
旋转;转动:

用法与例句:

The engine turned over but wouldn't start.
发动机转了一圈,但是没有起动

133. To think about; consider:
考虑;思考:

用法与例句:

She turned over the problem in her mind.
她仔细考虑了这个问题

134. To transfer to another; surrender:
移交;交出:

用法与例句:

turned over the illegal funds.
交出了非法资金

135. To do business to the extent or amount of:
营业额达:

用法与例句:

turn over a million dollars a year.
一年的营业额是一百万美元

136. To seem to lurch or heave convulsively:
翻动:似乎在痉挛性地抽动:

用法与例句:

My stomach turned over.
我的胃在翻动

137. To begin work:
开始工作:

用法与例句:

If you quit dawdling and just turn to, the cleaning will be done in a day.
如果你停止闲逛,马上开始工作,清洁工作一天就能做完

138. To increase the speed, volume, intensity, or flow of:
开大,调高:增加速度、音量,强度或流量:

用法与例句:

turn up the public-address system.
调高播音系统的音量

139. To find:
发现,找到:

用法与例句:

She turned up the missing papers under her blotter.
她在记事本下找到了丢失的文件

140. To be found:
找到:

用法与例句:

The papers will turn up sooner or later.
文件迟早会找到的

141. To make an appearance; arrive:
出现;到达:

用法与例句:

Several old friends turned up at the reunion.
好几个老朋友出现在聚会上

142. To fold or be capable of folding up:
折叠:折叠或能够被折叠:

用法与例句:

turning up his cuffs; cuffs that will turn up.
卷起自己的袖口;卷起来的袖口

143. To happen unexpectedly:
意外地发生:

用法与例句:

Something turned up and I was unable to go.
发生了一点意外,我不能离开

144. To be evident:
变得明显:

用法与例句:

Her name constantly turns up in art circles.
她的名字经常出现在艺术圈里

turn的习惯用语

145. In every place; at every moment.
处处;时时

146. One after another; alternately:
轮流地,交替地:

用法与例句:

“From the . . . testimony emerges a man by turns devious and honest, vulgar and gallant, scatterbrained and shrewd”(Life)
“从指证来看,一个人交替地表现为狡猾和诚实,粗鄙和豪侠,浮躁和精明”(生活)

147. In the proper order or sequence.
依次地,轮流地

148. Not in the proper order or sequence.
未按照正当的次序或顺序地

149. At an inappropriate time or in an inappropriate manner:
不合时宜地,轻率地:

用法与例句:

I may be speaking out of turn, but you might like to know that your attire does not conform to the dress code here.
或许我说话有些不合时宜,但是你可能愿意知道你的衣着与这里的服装规则不相符

150. To a precise degree; perfectly:
正好;恰好:

用法与例句:

The roast was done to a turn.
面包烤得恰到好处

151. To refuse to see or recognize something:
熟视无睹:拒绝正视,装作没看见:

用法与例句:

turned a blind eye to government corruption.
对于政府的腐败熟视无睹

152. To refuse to listen to or hear something:
置若罔闻,装作没听见:

用法与例句:

turned a deaf ear to the protests.
对抗议置若罔闻

153. To become afraid or upset:
慌张,不安:变得慌张或不安:

用法与例句:

didn't turn a hair during the bank robbery.
在抢劫银行发生的过程中,没有露出丝毫慌张的神色

154. To deny; reject.
拒绝;放弃

155. To abandon; forsake.
抛弃;丢弃

156. To apply oneself, as to a task:
着手:从事,如一项工作:

用法与例句:

turned her hand to writing the dissertation; was lazy and wouldn't turn his hand.
开始着手写学术论文;很懒,不肯开始工作

157. To cause to become infatuated.
使变得糊涂

158. To cause to become egotistical and conceited:
使变得自负,自高大自:

用法与例句:

Success has turned his head.
成功使他变得自高自大

159. To change, as one's attitude or conduct, for the better.
改过一新:向好的方面转变,如自己的态度成举止

160. To run away.
逃跑,逃走

161. To reach and surpass a midpoint or milestone.
到达并超越了终点或里程碑

162. To respond to insult or injury by patiently eschewing retaliation.
逆来顺受:以忍耐对待侮辱和伤害

163. To offset the balance of a situation.
打破僵局:打破某一形式的平衡状态

164. To reverse a situation and gain the upper hand.
转败为胜:扭转了局势而处于上风

165. To capsize or turn upside-down:
倾覆,底朝天翻转:

用法与例句:

Our sailboat turned turtle during the squall.
在风暴中我们的帆船翻了个底朝天

166. To regard (something) with disdain or scorn:
轻视,看不起:不把…放在眼里,蔑视:

用法与例句:

turned up her nose at the food.
她对食物嗤之以鼻

turn的词源:

167. Middle English turnen
中古英语 turnen

168. from Old English turnian, tyrnan
源自 古英语 turnian, tyrnan

169. Old French torner
古法语 torner

170. both from Latin torn3re [to turn in a lathe]
都源自 拉丁语 torn3re [在车床上旋转]

171. from tornus [lathe]
源自 tornus [车床 ]

172. from Greek tornos * see ter…- 1
源自 希腊语 tornos *参见 ter…- 1

【近义词】

turnrotaterevolvegyratespinwhirlcircleeddyswirl

173. These verbs all mean to move or cause to move in a circle.
这些动词的意思都是在圆圈内转动或使转动。

174. Turn, the most general, means to move in a circular course:
Turn 最具概括性,意思是沿环形路线移动:

用法与例句:

a planet turning on its axis;
行星以自己的轴为中心旋转;

用法与例句:

turned and stared at me.
转过身盯着我。

175. Rotate usually involves movement around an object's own axis or center:
Rotate 通常涉及物体绕自己的轴或中心旋转的动作:

用法与例句:

The top rotated with decreasing speed as the spring wound down.
当发条越来越松时,陀螺也越转越慢。

176. Revolve can have the same meaning as rotate, while in certain contexts it is distinguished from rotate as involving orbital movement:
Revolve 的意思与rotate 大致一样,但在特定的语境中,它涉及到在轨道上的运动,因此与 rotate 有所区别:

用法与例句:

The earth revolves around the sun.
地球绕太阳公转。

177. Gyrate usually refers to revolving in or as if in a spiral course:
Gyrate 一般指螺旋形的或好象是螺旋形的转动:

用法与例句:

waltzers gyrating giddily. To spin is to rotate rapidly, often within a narrow compass:
跳华尔兹舞的人快速旋转,令人眼花缭乱。 Spin 的意思是快速旋转,通常在狭窄的范围内:

用法与例句:

“He . . . spun round, flung up his arms, and fell on his back, shot through” (John Galsworthy).
“他猛地转过来,张开双臂,仰面倒在地上,被子弹射穿” (约翰·高尔斯华绥)。

178. Whirl applies to rapid or forceful revolution or rotation:
Whirl 指迅速或有力的转动或旋转:

用法与例句:

whirling snowflakes.
飞旋的雪片。

179. Circle refers to circular or approximately circular motion:
Circle 指圆形的或大致成圆形的运动:

用法与例句:

sea gulls circling above the ocean.
海鸥在大海上盘旋。

180. Eddy usually denotes rapid circular movement like that of a whirlpool:
Eddy 通常暗含象旋涡一样的圆形运动:

用法与例句:

Storm clouds eddied overhead.
乌云在头顶翻滚。

181. Swirl, often interchangeable with eddy, sometimes connotes a graceful undulation, spiral, or whorl:
Swirl 通常与eddy 可以互换, 有时表示优美的起伏、旋转或螺旋:

用法与例句:

The flood waters swirled wildly under the bridge.
滚滚急流在桥下翻滚而过。

用法与例句:

The milliner swirled tulle lavishly above the brim of the hat. See also Synonyms at resort
卖帽子的商人将面纱过多地卷在帽沿上 参见同义词 resort