ผลลัพธ์การค้นหาสำหรับ

turning

T ER1 N IH0 NG   
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ลองค้นหาคำในรูปแบบอื่น ๆ เพื่อให้ได้ผลลัพธ์มากขึ้นหรือน้อยลง: -turning-, *turning*, turn
English-Thai: NECTEC's Lexitron-2 Dictionary [with local updates]
turning[N] การหมุน
turning[N] จุดเลี้ยว
turning[N] สิ่งที่หมุน
turning[N] การกลึง
turning point[N] จุดวิกฤติ, See also: หัวเลี้ยวหัวต่อ
turning point[N] จุดเลี้ยว, See also: หัวมุม, หัวเลี้ยว

English-Thai: HOPE Dictionary [with local updates]
turning(เทิร์น'นิง) n. การหมุน,การหัน,การไข,การบิด,การเบือน,การเลี้ยว,การเปลี่ยนแปลง,ที่เลี้ยว,หัวเลี้ยว,หัวโค้ง,งานกลึง,การกลึง
turning pointจุดที่มีการเปลี่ยนแปลง, Syn. crux,crisis
wood turningn. การแปรไม้ให้เป็นรูปต่าง ๆ ด้วยเครื่องกลึง, See also: wood turner n. wood turning n.

อังกฤษ-ไทย: ศัพท์บัญญัติราชบัณฑิตยสถาน [เชื่อมโยงจาก royin.go.th แบบอัตโนมัติและผ่านการปรับแก้]
turning circleเส้นผ่านศูนย์กลางวงเลี้ยวแคบสุด [ยานยนต์ ๑๒ มี.ค. ๒๕๔๕]
turning pointจุดวกกลับ [คณิตศาสตร์๑๙ ก.ค. ๒๕๔๗]
turning radiusรัศมีเลี้ยว [ยานยนต์ ๑๒ มี.ค. ๒๕๔๕]

อังกฤษ-ไทย: คลังศัพท์ไทย โดย สวทช.
Turningการกลึง [TU Subject Heading]

English-Thai: Longdo Dictionary (UNAPPROVED version -- use with care )
turning effect of a force (n ) ผลของแรงรอบจุดหมุน

ตัวอย่างประโยคจาก Open Subtitles  **ระวัง คำแปลอาจมีข้อผิดพลาด**
The drive wound away in front of me, twisting and turning as it had always done.ถนนเลื้อยคดเคี้ยวอยู่เบื้องหน้าของฉัน ยังคงคดโค้งเเละวกวนดั่งเช่นเคย Rebecca (1940)
I am turning it to the right.ฉันกำลังหันไปทางขวา มันถูกล็อค Help! (1965)
"Our town is turning into shit!"♪ เมืองเราถึงทีต้องเละเป็นอึ ♪ Blazing Saddles (1974)
I have to talk to Mrs. Kintner. Because this is turning into a contest.ผมต้องคุยกับคุณนายคินท์เนอร์ เพราะมันจะกลายเป็นการเเข่งขันไป Jaws (1975)
You're also turning the sky into mud.คุณทำให้ท้องฟ้า กลายเป็นขี้โคลนได้ด้วย Oh, God! (1977)
Turning kids into garbage cans.ทำให้เด็กกลายเป็นถังขยะ Oh, God! (1977)
And they and the servants are turning the practise hall into a dormitory.แล้วก็พวกลูกจ้างกำลังจะเปลี่ยน ห้องโถงฝึกซ้อมให้เป็นห้องนอนรวมกัน. Suspiria (1977)
- He's over the edge. He's turning into jell-o.- เขาทำงานหนักไป จนเกือบจะบ้าแล้ว Day of the Dead (1985)
Great, Chambers, now you're turning pussy, too!เยี่ยม แชมเบอร์ ตอนนี้นายเป็นอีตุ๊ดด้วยแล้ว! Stand by Me (1986)
It's not as if I was turning away Harvard graduates.ไม่ใช่อย่างนั้นแน่ครับ สำหรับผมที่สำเร็จจากฮาร์วาร์ด... Mannequin (1987)
Jonathan, you're not seriously turning me down?โจนาธาน, คุณคงจะแกล้งให้ฉันตกใจเล่น ๆ ใช่ไหม? Mannequin (1987)
If any of this is turning you on, just let me know.มีอารมณ์บ้างหรือยัง Punchline (1988)

ตัวอย่างประโยคจาก Tanaka JP-EN Corpus
turningDo you mind my turning on the radio?
turningDo you mind my turning on TV?
turningFor some reason it looks to be turning out to be a depressing week.
turningHer hair is turning gray.
turningHe was idly turning over the page of a magazine.
turningI couldn't help turning down his offer.
turningI don't forget turning out the light.
turningI'm afraid of discord arising with my husband so I'm turning a blind eye to his mistress.
turningI'm sorry. Would you mind turning around?
turningIn a sense, I am turning around the argument made by David Riesman in The Lonely Crowd.
turningI think he's making a big mistake by turning down the job.
turningIt is a long lane that has no turning.

Thai-English: NECTEC's Lexitron-2 Dictionary [with local updates]
จุดพลิกผัน[N] turning point, Example: กรณีรัฐประหาร 2490 คือจุดพลิกผันเมื่อเขาผู้นี้อยู่ในตำแหน่งผบ. กรมทหารราบที่ 1, Thai definition: จุดที่เปลี่ยนแปลงโดยฉับพลัน, จุดที่สถานการณ์เปลี่ยนแปลงโดยฉับพลัน
จุดหักเห[N] turning point, Example: นักวิเคราะห์การเมืองมองว่า สิ่งนี้จะเป็นจุดหักเหและปรับเปลี่ยนคณะรัฐมนตรีของรัฐบาลชุดนี้, Thai definition: จุดที่เรื่องราวหรือเหตุการณ์ที่ดำเนินมาเปลี่ยนทิศทางไป, โดยปริยายหมายถึง จุดที่เปลี่ยนแปลงวิถีชีวิตแบบหนึ่งไปเป็นอีกแบบหนึ่ง
ทักษิณาวรรต[N] clockwise, See also: turning to the right, Syn. เวียนขวา, ทักขิณาวัฏ, Ant. เวียนซ้าย, อุตราวัฏ, อุตราวรรต, Example: ขบวนแห่นาคต้องทำทักษิณาวรรต โดยเวียนจากซ้ายมาขวา
การพลิก[N] turning over, See also: rolling over, shifting, turning, Syn. การกลับ, การเปลี่ยน, Example: พยาบาลสาธิตการพลิกตัวเด็กแรกเกิดให้คุณแม่ดูเป็นตัวอย่าง
การกลาย[N] changing to, See also: turning to, becoming, Syn. การเปลี่ยน, Example: การกลายจากลัทธิเก่ามาเป็นลัทธิใหม่จะเป็นอย่างค่อยเป็นค่อยไป
การกลึง[N] shaping with a lathe, See also: turning with a lathe, Example: ผู้ที่ทำงานในโรงงานอุตสาหกรรมเกี่ยวกับการกลึงของหรือต้มสารที่เป็นกรดหรือเป็นด่างควรสวมแว่นตาป้องกัน ไอ กรด ด่าง หรือป้องกันผงที่จะกระเด็นเข้าตา, Thai definition: การทำให้กลมหรือให้เป็นรูปต่างๆ ด้วยเครื่องหมุน
หัวเลี้ยวหัวต่อ[N] turning point, See also: critical point, transition, Example: ท่านเชิญผมเข้าร่วมรัฐบาลเมื่อปี 2524 อันเป็นหัวเลี้ยวหัวต่อของการรองรับรัฐธรรมนูญฉบับใหม่, Thai definition: ภาวะหรือเหตุการณ์ที่อยู่ในระยะต่อกันถือว่าเป็นตอนสำคัญ
หัวเลี้ยวหัวต่อ[N] turning point, See also: critical point, transition, Example: ท่านเชิญผมเข้าร่วมรัฐบาลเมื่อปี 2524 อันเป็นหัวเลี้ยวหัวต่อของการรองรับรัฐธรรมนูญฉบับใหม่, Thai definition: ภาวะหรือเหตุการณ์ที่อยู่ในระยะต่อกันถือว่าเป็นตอนสำคัญ

Thai-English-French: Volubilis Dictionary 1.0
ช่วงหัวเลี้ยวหัวต่อ[n. exp.] (chūang hūalīohūatø) EN: turning point   
หัวเลี้ยวหัวต่อ[n. exp.] (hūalīohūatø) EN: turning point ; critical point ; crucial point ; period of transition ; transition   FR: transition [f]
จุดหักเห[n. exp.] (jut hakhē) EN: turning point   
จุดผกผัน[n. exp.] (jut phokphan) EN: turning point ; watershed   
จุดพลิกผัน[n. exp.] (jut phlikphan) EN: turning point   FR: virage [m]
จุดเปลี่ยนแปลง[n. exp.] (jut plīenplaēng) EN: turning point   FR: tournant [m] (fig.)
จุดแปรผัน[n. exp.] (jut praēphan) EN: turning point   
จุดวกกลับ[n. exp.] (jut wok klap) EN: turning point   
การคืน[n.] (kān kheūn) EN: returning ; restitution   
การหมุน[n.] (kān mun) EN: whirl ; turning ; rotation   FR: rotation [f]

CMU English Pronouncing Dictionary
TURNING T ER1 N IH0 NG

Oxford Advanced Learners Dictionary (pronunciation guide only)
turning (v) tˈɜːʳnɪŋ (t @@1 n i ng)
turnings (n) tˈɜːʳnɪŋz (t @@1 n i ng z)
turning-point (n) tˈɜːʳnɪŋ-pɔɪnt (t @@1 n i ng - p oi n t)
turning-points (n) tˈɜːʳnɪŋ-pɔɪnts (t @@1 n i ng - p oi n t s)

Chinese-English: CC-CEDICT Dictionary
转折[zhuǎn zhé, ㄓㄨㄢˇ ㄓㄜˊ, / ] turning point; shift in the trend of events; plot shift in a book, #14,155 [Add to Longdo]
转折点[zhuǎn zhé diǎn, ㄓㄨㄢˇ ㄓㄜˊ ㄉㄧㄢˇ, / ] turning point; breaking point, #18,297 [Add to Longdo]
拐点[guǎi diǎn, ㄍㄨㄞˇ ㄉㄧㄢˇ, / ] turning point; breaking point; inflexion point (math., a point of a curve at which the curvature changes sign), #21,809 [Add to Longdo]
转捩点[zhuǎn liè diǎn, ㄓㄨㄢˇ ㄌㄧㄝˋ ㄉㄧㄢˇ, / ] turning point, #214,895 [Add to Longdo]
旋转力[xuán zhuǎn lì, ㄒㄩㄢˊ ㄓㄨㄢˇ ㄌㄧˋ, / ] turning force; torque [Add to Longdo]

German-English: TU-Chemnitz DING Dictionary
Abdreheisen {n}turning tool [Add to Longdo]
Abkehr {f}turning away [Add to Longdo]
Dreharbeit {f} | Dreharbeiten {pl}turning operation | turning operations [Add to Longdo]
Drehdorn {m}turning mandrel [Add to Longdo]
Drehgriff {m} | Drehgriffe {pl}turning handle | turning handles [Add to Longdo]
Drehstahl {m}turning tool [Add to Longdo]
Schwenkbegrenzung {f}turning radius limitation [Add to Longdo]
Umkehr {f} | jdn. zur Umkehr zwingenturning back | to force sb. to turn back [Add to Longdo]
Wende {f}; Wendepunkt {m}; Zäsur {f}turning point [Add to Longdo]
Wendekreis {m} [auto]turning circle [Add to Longdo]
Wendeplatz {m}turning area [Add to Longdo]
Wendepunkt {m} | Wendepunkte {pl}turning point | turning points [Add to Longdo]
Zuwendung {f}; Sichzuwenden {n} (zu)turning (to) [Add to Longdo]
kehrtmachendturning about [Add to Longdo]
Wendekreishalbmesser {m}turning radius [Add to Longdo]

Japanese-English: EDICT Dictionary
くねくね;クネクネ;ぐねぐね;グネグネ[, kunekune ; kunekune ; gunegune ; gunegune] (adv,adv-to,vs) (on-mim) winding; meandering; wriggling; wiggling; waving; swaying; twisting and turning [Add to Longdo]
ぐるぐる[, guruguru] (adv,vs,adv-to) (1) (on-mim) turning round and round; going around in circles; (2) wrapped around; (P) [Add to Longdo]
ぐるっと(P);ぐるりと[, gurutto (P); gururito] (adv) (on-mim) turning in a circle; going around; turning about; surrounding; encircling; (P) [Add to Longdo]
こっくりさん[, kokkurisan] (n) table turning (tipping, tilting); divination by planchette [Add to Longdo]
しっぺ返し;竹箆返し;竹篦返し[しっぺがえし;しっぺいがえし(竹箆返し;竹篦返し), shippegaeshi ; shippeigaeshi ( take hera kaeshi ; take sukigushi kaeshi )] (n) returning tit for tat; retaliating [Add to Longdo]
ちゃぶ台返し;チャブ台返し;卓袱台返し[ちゃぶだいがえし(ちゃぶ台返し;卓袱台返し);チャブだいがえし(チャブ台返し), chabudaigaeshi ( chabu dai kaeshi ; chabudai kaeshi ); chabu daigaeshi ( chabu dai ] (n) (See ちゃぶ台) flipping a table over in anger; overturning a table in anger [Add to Longdo]
とんぼ返り;蜻蛉返り;トンボ返り[とんぼがえり(とんぼ返り;蜻蛉返り);トンボがえり(トンボ返り), tonbogaeri ( tonbo kaeri ; tonbo kaeri ); tonbo gaeri ( tonbo kaeri )] (n,vs) (1) somersault; (2) returning from a destination right after arriving there; non-stop round trip; round trip without an overnight stop; (3) abrupt change of direction [Add to Longdo]
アイドリングストップ[, aidoringusutoppu] (n) turning off a vehicle engine when stopped (wasei [Add to Longdo]
ウインカー(P);ウィンカー[, uinka-(P); uinka-] (n) (1) Winker (automobile); (2) (car) blinker; (car) turning indicator; (P) [Add to Longdo]
キリ番;切り番[キリばん(キリ番);きりばん(切り番), kiri ban ( kiri ban ); kiriban ( kiri ban )] (n) good turning point number (10000, 12345 etc., often referring to web site visit counts) [Add to Longdo]

Result from Foreign Dictionaries (3 entries found)

From The Collaborative International Dictionary of English v.0.48 [gcide]:

  Turn \Turn\ (t[^u]rn), v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Turned} (t[^u]rnd);
     p. pr. & vb. n. {Turning}.] [OE. turnen, tournen, OF.
     tourner, torner, turner, F. tourner, LL. tornare, fr. L.
     tornare to turn in a lathe, to round off, fr. tornus a lathe,
     Gr. to`rnos a turner's chisel, a carpenter's tool for drawing
     circles; probably akin to E. throw. See {Throw}, and cf.
     {Attorney}, {Return}, {Tornado}, {Tour}, {Tournament}.]
     1. To cause to move upon a center, or as if upon a center; to
        give circular motion to; to cause to revolve; to cause to
        move round, either partially, wholly, or repeatedly; to
        make to change position so as to present other sides in
        given directions; to make to face otherwise; as, to turn a
        wheel or a spindle; to turn the body or the head.
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              Turn the adamantine spindle round.    --Milton.
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              The monarch turns him to his royal guest. --Pope.
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     2. To cause to present a different side uppermost or outmost;
        to make the upper side the lower, or the inside to be the
        outside of; to reverse the position of; as, to turn a box
        or a board; to turn a coat.
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     3. To give another direction, tendency, or inclination to; to
        direct otherwise; to deflect; to incline differently; --
        used both literally and figuratively; as, to turn the eyes
        to the heavens; to turn a horse from the road, or a ship
        from her course; to turn the attention to or from
        something. "Expert when to advance, or stand, or, turn the
        sway of battle." --Milton.
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              Thrice I deluded her, and turned to sport
              Her importunity.                      --Milton.
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              My thoughts are turned on peace.      --Addison.
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     4. To change from a given use or office; to divert, as to
        another purpose or end; to transfer; to use or employ; to
        apply; to devote.
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              Therefore he slew him, and turned the kingdom unto
              David.                                --1 Chron. x.
                                                    14.
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              God will make these evils the occasion of a greater
              good, by turning them to advantage in this world.
                                                    --Tillotson.
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              When the passage is open, land will be turned most
              to cattle; when shut, to sheep.       --Sir W.
                                                    Temple.
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     5. To change the form, quality, aspect, or effect of; to
        alter; to metamorphose; to convert; to transform; -- often
        with to or into before the word denoting the effect or
        product of the change; as, to turn a worm into a winged
        insect; to turn green to blue; to turn prose into verse;
        to turn a Whig to a Tory, or a Hindu to a Christian; to
        turn good to evil, and the like.
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              The Lord thy God will turn thy captivity, and have
              compassion upon thee.                 --Deut. xxx.
                                                    3.
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              And David said, O Lord, I pray thee, turn the
              counsel of Ahithophel into foolishness. --2 Sam. xv.
                                                    31.
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              Impatience turns an ague into a fever. --Jer.
                                                    Taylor.
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     6. To form in a lathe; to shape or fashion (anything) by
        applying a cutting tool to it while revolving; as, to turn
        the legs of stools or tables; to turn ivory or metal.
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              I had rather hear a brazen canstick turned. --Shak.
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     7. Hence, to give form to; to shape; to mold; to put in
        proper condition; to adapt. "The poet's pen turns them to
        shapes." --Shak.
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              His limbs how turned, how broad his shoulders spread
              !                                     --Pope.
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              He was perfectly well turned for trade. --Addison.
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     8. Specifically:
        (a) To translate; to construe; as, to turn the Iliad.
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                  Who turns a Persian tale for half a crown.
                                                    --Pope.
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        (b) To make acid or sour; to ferment; to curdle, etc.: as,
            to turn cider or wine; electricity turns milk quickly.
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        (c) To sicken; to nauseate; as, an emetic turns one's
            stomach.
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     9. To make a turn about or around (something); to go or pass
        around by turning; as, to turn a corner.
  
              The ranges are not high or steep, and one can turn a
              kopje instead of cutting or tunneling through it.
                                                    --James Bryce.
  
     {To be turned of}, to be advanced beyond; as, to be turned of
        sixty-six.
  
     {To turn a cold shoulder to}, to treat with neglect or
        indifference.
  
     {To turn a corner},
        (a) to go round a corner.
        (b) [Fig.] To advance beyond a difficult stage in a
            project, or in life.
  
     {To turn adrift}, to cast off, to cease to care for.
  
     {To turn a flange} (Mech.), to form a flange on, as around a
        metal sheet or boiler plate, by stretching, bending, and
        hammering, or rolling the metal.
  
     {To turn against}.
        (a) To direct against; as, to turn one's arguments against
            himself.
        (b) To make unfavorable or hostile to; as, to turn one's
            friends against him.
  
     {To turn a hostile army}, {To turn the enemy's flank}, or the
        like (Mil.), to pass round it, and take a position behind
        it or upon its side.
  
     {To turn a penny}, or {To turn an honest penny}, to make a
        small profit by trade, or the like.
  
     {To turn around one's finger}, to have complete control of
        the will and actions of; to be able to influence at
        pleasure.
  
     {To turn aside}, to avert.
  
     {To turn away}.
        (a) To dismiss from service; to discard; as, to turn away
            a servant.
        (b) To avert; as, to turn away wrath or evil.
  
     {To turn back}.
        (a) To give back; to return.
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                  We turn not back the silks upon the merchants,
                  When we have soiled them.         --Shak.
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        (b) To cause to return or retrace one's steps; hence, to
            drive away; to repel. --Shak.
  
     {To turn down}.
        (a) To fold or double down.
        (b) To turn over so as to conceal the face of; as, to turn
            down cards.
        (c) To lower, or reduce in size, by turning a valve,
            stopcock, or the like; as, turn down the lights.
  
     {To turn in}.
        (a) To fold or double under; as, to turn in the edge of
            cloth.
        (b) To direct inwards; as, to turn the toes in when
            walking.
        (c) To contribute; to deliver up; as, he turned in a large
            amount. [Colloq.]
  
     {To turn in the mind}, to revolve, ponder, or meditate upon;
        -- with about, over, etc. " Turn these ideas about in your
        mind." --I. Watts.
  
     {To turn off}.
        (a) To dismiss contemptuously; as, to turn off a sycophant
            or a parasite.
        (b) To give over; to reduce.
        (c) To divert; to deflect; as, to turn off the thoughts
            from serious subjects; to turn off a joke.
        (d) To accomplish; to perform, as work.
        (e) (Mech.) To remove, as a surface, by the process of
            turning; to reduce in size by turning.
        (f) To shut off, as a fluid, by means of a valve,
            stopcock, or other device; to stop the passage of; as,
            to turn off the water or the gas.
  
     {To turn one's coat}, to change one's uniform or colors; to
        go over to the opposite party.
  
     {To turn one's goods} or {To turn one's money}, and the like,
        to exchange in the course of trade; to keep in lively
        exchange or circulation; to gain or increase in trade.
  
     {To turn one's hand to}, to adapt or apply one's self to; to
        engage in.
  
     {To turn out}.
        (a) To drive out; to expel; as, to turn a family out of
            doors; to turn a man out of office.
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                  I'll turn you out of my kingdom.  -- Shak.
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        (b) to put to pasture, as cattle or horses.
        (c) To produce, as the result of labor, or any process of
            manufacture; to furnish in a completed state.
        (d) To reverse, as a pocket, bag, etc., so as to bring the
            inside to the outside; hence, to produce.
        (e) To cause to cease, or to put out, by turning a
            stopcock, valve, or the like; as, to turn out the
            lights.
  
     {To turn over}.
        (a) To change or reverse the position of; to overset; to
            overturn; to cause to roll over.
        (b) To transfer; as, to turn over business to another
            hand.
        (c) To read or examine, as a book, while, turning the
            leaves. "We turned o'er many books together." --Shak.
        (d) To handle in business; to do business to the amount
            of; as, he turns over millions a year. [Colloq.]
  
     {To turn over a new leaf}. See under {Leaf}.
  
     {To turn tail}, to run away; to retreat ignominiously.
  
     {To turn the back}, to flee; to retreat.
  
     {To turn the back on} or
  
     {To turn the back upon}, to treat with contempt; to reject or
        refuse unceremoniously.
  
     {To turn the corner}, to pass the critical stage; to get by
        the worst point; hence, to begin to improve, or to
        succeed.
  
     {To turn the die} or {To turn the dice}, to change fortune.
        
  
     {To turn the edge of} or {To turn the point of}, to bend over
        the edge or point of so as to make dull; to blunt.
  
     {To turn the head of} or {To turn the brain of}, to make
        giddy, wild, insane, or the like; to infatuate; to
        overthrow the reason or judgment of; as, a little success
        turned his head.
  
     {To turn the scale} or {To turn the balance}, to change the
        preponderance; to decide or determine something doubtful;
        to tip the balance.
  
     {To turn the stomach of}, to nauseate; to sicken.
  
     {To turn the tables}, to reverse the chances or conditions of
        success or superiority; to give the advantage to the
        person or side previously at a disadvantage.
  
     {To turn tippet}, to make a change. [Obs.] --B. Jonson.
  
     {To turn to profit}, {To turn to advantage}, etc., to make
        profitable or advantageous.
  
     {To turn turtle}, to capsize bottom upward; -- said of a
        vessel. [Naut. slang]
  
     {To turn under} (Agric.), to put, as soil, manure, etc.,
        underneath from the surface by plowing, digging, or the
        like.
  
     {To turn up}.
        (a) To turn so as to bring the bottom side on top; as, to
            turn up the trump.
        (b) To bring from beneath to the surface, as in plowing,
            digging, etc.
        (c) To give an upward curve to; to tilt; as, to turn up
            the nose.
  
     {To turn upon}, to retort; to throw back; as, to turn the
        arguments of an opponent upon himself.
  
     {To turn upside down}, to confuse by putting things awry; to
        throw into disorder.
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              This house is turned upside down since Robin Ostler
              died.                                 --Shak.
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From The Collaborative International Dictionary of English v.0.48 [gcide]:

  Turning \Turn"ing\, n.
     1. The act of one who, or that which, turns; also, a winding;
        a bending course; a flexure; a meander.
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              Through paths and turnings often trod by day.
                                                    --Milton.
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     2. The place of a turn; an angle or corner, as of a road.
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              It is preached at every turning.      --Coleridge.
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     3. Deviation from the way or proper course. --Harmar.
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     4. Turnery, or the shaping of solid substances into various
        forms by means of a lathe and cutting tools.
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     5. pl. The pieces, or chips, detached in the process of
        turning from the material turned; -- usually used in the
        plural.
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     6. (Mil.) A maneuver by which an enemy or a position is
        turned.
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     {Turning and boring mill}, a kind of lathe having a vertical
        spindle and horizontal face plate, for turning and boring
        large work.
  
     {Turning bridge}. See the Note under {Drawbridge}.
  
     {Turning engine}, an engine lathe.
  
     {Turning lathe}, a lathe used by turners to shape their work.
        
  
     {Turning pair}. See the Note under {Pair}, n.
  
     {Turning point}, the point upon which a question turns, and
        which decides a case.
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From WordNet (r) 3.0 (2006) [wn]:

  turning
      n 1: the act of changing or reversing the direction of the
           course; "he took a turn to the right" [syn: {turn},
           {turning}]
      2: act of changing in practice or custom; "the law took many
         turnings over the years"
      3: a shaving created when something is produced by turning it on
         a lathe
      4: a movement in a new direction; "the turning of the wind"
         [syn: {turning}, {turn}]
      5: the end-product created by shaping something on a lathe
      6: the activity of shaping something on a lathe

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