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Synonyms for turn
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Princeton's WordNet

  1. bend, crook, twist, turn(noun)

    a circular segment of a curve

    "a bend in the road"; "a crook in the path"

    Synonyms:
    spin, felon, bend, routine, tour, outlaw, wind, bend dexter, turning, twist, crease, round, malefactor, whirl, bending, kink, braid, bit, flexure, crimp, turn of events, act, wrench, crook, criminal, tress, pull, winding, plait, play, go, shepherd's crook, curve, number, construction, spell, good turn, fold, twirl, device, bout, plication, gimmick, twisting, eddy

  2. turn, turning(noun)

    the act of changing or reversing the direction of the course

    "he took a turn to the right"

    Synonyms:
    routine, turn of events, spell, play, number, twist, bend, tour, turning, round, good turn, act, bout, crook, go, bit

  3. turn, play(noun)

    (game) the activity of doing something in an agreed succession

    "it is my turn"; "it is still my play"

    Synonyms:
    bend, act, twist, turning, routine, looseness, shimmer, bit, drama, gambling, maneuver, period of play, free rein, caper, fun, crook, turn of events, round, sport, tour, gaming, spell, go, manoeuvre, dramatic play, play, swordplay, number, gambol, romp, good turn, bid, bout, frolic, child's play, playing period

  4. turn, turn of events, twist(noun)

    an unforeseen development

    "events suddenly took an awkward turn"

    Synonyms:
    routine, turn of events, spell, kink, construction, device, play, number, spin, twist, bend, tour, twisting, turning, wrench, round, wind, eddy, whirl, twirl, pull, good turn, braid, tress, act, bout, gimmick, crook, go, bit, winding, plait

  5. turning, turn(noun)

    a movement in a new direction

    "the turning of the wind"

    Synonyms:
    turn of events, spell, play, number, routine, twist, bend, tour, turning, round, good turn, act, bout, crook, go, bit

  6. turn(noun)

    the act of turning away or in the opposite direction

    "he made an abrupt turn away from her"

    Synonyms:
    play, turn of events, twist, round, bout, number, spell, turning, tour, good turn, bend, go, routine, crook, act, bit

  7. twist, turn(noun)

    turning or twisting around (in place)

    "with a quick twist of his head he surveyed the room"

    Synonyms:
    turning, turn of events, tress, construction, device, play, gimmick, spin, twist, bend, tour, bit, twisting, winding, wrench, wind, routine, eddy, whirl, go, twirl, pull, good turn, braid, act, bout, kink, crook, number, plait, spell, round

  8. go, spell, tour, turn(noun)

    a time for working (after which you will be relieved by someone else)

    "it's my go"; "a spell of work"

    Synonyms:
    hitch, cristal, enlistment, act, hug drug, disco biscuit, piece, twist, turning, whirl, duty tour, trance, bend, routine, bit, turn of events, tour of duty, crook, term of enlistment, round, offer, circuit, tour, play, go, number, crack, pass, enchantment, spell, charm, good turn, while, fling, ecstasy, go game, magical spell, bout, magic spell, patch

  9. turn, bout, round(noun)

    (sports) a division during which one team is on the offensive

    Synonyms:
    routine, turn of events, spell, circle, play, beat, number, stave, twist, bend, round of drinks, tour, turning, daily round, round, troll, rung, unit of ammunition, rhythm, tear, round of golf, one shot, good turn, bust, act, bout, crook, cycle, go, bit, binge

  10. act, routine, number, turn, bit(noun)

    a short theatrical performance that is part of a longer program

    "he did his act three times every evening"; "she had a catchy little routine"; "it was one of the best numbers he ever did"

    Synonyms:
    figure, routine, morsel, act, spot, piece, twist, turning, procedure, function, bit, flake, second, snatch, bend, subroutine, modus operandi, crook, turn of events, round, deed, mo, subprogram, tour, fleck, chip, go, telephone number, play, identification number, number, minute, phone number, spell, numeral, scrap, moment, human activity, good turn, bout, enactment, bite, issue, human action

  11. turn, good turn(noun)

    a favor for someone

    "he did me a good turn"

    Synonyms:
    routine, turn of events, spell, play, number, twist, bend, tour, turning, round, good turn, act, bout, crook, go, bit

  12. turn(verb)

    taking a short walk out and back

    "we took a turn in the park"

    Synonyms:
    play, turn of events, twist, round, bout, number, spell, turning, tour, good turn, bend, go, routine, crook, act, bit

  13. turn(verb)

    change orientation or direction, also in the abstract sense

    "Turn towards me"; "The mugger turned and fled before I could see his face"; "She turned from herself and learned to listen to others' needs"

    Synonyms:
    move around, work, grow, call on, change by reversal, turn over, twist, bend, wrick, sour, wrench, release, reverse, rick, sprain, deform, ferment, flex, plow, plough, become, change state

  14. change state, turn(verb)

    undergo a transformation or a change of position or action

    "We turned from Socialism to Capitalism"; "The people turned against the President when he stole the election"

    Synonyms:
    move around, work, grow, call on, change by reversal, turn over, twist, bend, wrick, sour, wrench, release, reverse, rick, sprain, deform, ferment, flex, plow, plough, become, change state

  15. become, turn(verb)

    undergo a change or development

    "The water turned into ice"; "Her former friend became her worst enemy"; "He turned traitor"

    Synonyms:
    move around, grow, suit, change by reversal, turn over, twist, bend, wrick, sour, call on, plow, release, reverse, rick, get, sprain, deform, ferment, flex, work, plough, go, become, change state, wrench

  16. turn(verb)

    cause to move around or rotate

    "turn a key"; "turn your palm this way"

    Synonyms:
    move around, work, grow, call on, change by reversal, turn over, twist, bend, wrick, sour, wrench, release, reverse, rick, sprain, deform, ferment, flex, plow, plough, become, change state

  17. change by reversal, turn, reverse(verb)

    change to the contrary

    "The trend was reversed"; "the tides turned against him"; "public opinion turned when it was revealed that the president had an affair with a White House intern"

    Synonyms:
    bend, wrick, work, plow, overthrow, change state, vacate, repeal, twist, annul, release, rick, overrule, lift, flex, invert, move around, wrench, become, turn back, sour, override, overturn, grow, sprain, call on, change by reversal, turn over, reverse, rescind, revoke, ferment, deform, plough, countermand

  18. turn, move around(verb)

    pass to the other side of

    "turn the corner"; "move around the obstacle"

    Synonyms:
    move around, work, grow, call on, change by reversal, turn over, twist, bend, wrick, sour, wrench, release, reverse, rick, sprain, deform, ferment, flex, plow, plough, travel, become, change state

  19. turn, grow(verb)

    pass into a condition gradually, take on a specific property or attribute; become

    "The weather turned nasty"; "She grew angry"

    Synonyms:
    bend, get, mature, wrick, rise, work, plow, change state, move around, twist, release, develop, uprise, rick, maturate, acquire, flex, arise, spring up, farm, wrench, become, grow, originate, sour, sprain, call on, raise, change by reversal, produce, turn over, reverse, ferment, deform, plough

  20. turn, release(verb)

    let (something) fall or spill from a container

    "turn the flour onto a plate"

    Synonyms:
    bend, unfreeze, unloose, wrick, work, plow, change state, exhaust, twist, release, resign, rick, call on, unblock, liberate, expel, flex, move around, wrench, become, grow, unloosen, put out, sour, let go of, give up, sprain, publish, secrete, relinquish, change by reversal, let go, turn over, reverse, bring out, discharge, ferment, issue, free, deform, eject, plough, loose

  21. turn(verb)

    move around an axis or a center

    "The wheels are turning"

    Synonyms:
    move around, work, grow, call on, change by reversal, turn over, twist, bend, wrick, sour, wrench, release, reverse, rick, sprain, deform, ferment, flex, plow, plough, become, change state

  22. turn, turn over(verb)

    cause to move around a center so as to show another side of

    "turn a page of a book"

    Synonyms:
    bend, wrick, work, plow, change state, dig, flip, pass on, release, rick, moot, debate, call on, reach, roll, flex, move around, wrench, become, grow, tump over, sour, give, deliberate, overturn, bowl over, sprain, delve, pass, tip over, change by reversal, upset, flip over, turn over, reverse, ferment, consider, deform, knock over, twist, plough, hand, cut into

  23. turn(verb)

    to send or let go

    "They turned away the crowd at the gate of the governor's mansion"

    Synonyms:
    move around, work, grow, call on, change by reversal, turn over, twist, bend, wrick, sour, wrench, release, reverse, rick, sprain, deform, ferment, flex, plow, plough, become, change state

  24. plow, plough, turn(verb)

    to break and turn over earth especially with a plow

    "Farmer Jones plowed his east field last week"; "turn the earth in the Spring"

    Synonyms:
    move around, grow, call on, change by reversal, sprain, sour, turn over, twist, bend, wrick, deform, handle, plow, release, reverse, wrench, rick, cover, treat, address, ferment, flex, work, plough, become, change state, deal

  25. turn(verb)

    shape by rotating on a lathe or cutting device or a wheel

    "turn the legs of the table"; "turn the clay on the wheel"

    Synonyms:
    move around, work, grow, call on, change by reversal, turn over, twist, bend, wrick, sour, wrench, release, reverse, rick, sprain, deform, ferment, flex, plow, plough, become, change state

  26. turn(verb)

    change color

    "In Vermont, the leaves turn early"

    Synonyms:
    move around, work, grow, call on, change by reversal, turn over, twist, bend, wrick, sour, wrench, release, reverse, rick, sprain, deform, ferment, flex, plow, plough, become, change state

  27. twist, sprain, wrench, turn, wrick, rick(verb)

    twist suddenly so as to sprain

    "wrench one's ankle"; "The wrestler twisted his shoulder"; "the hikers sprained their ankles when they fell"; "I turned my ankle and couldn't walk for several days"

    Synonyms:
    bend, wriggle, wrick, wind, deform, change state, twist, release, rick, wring, call on, worm, flex, convolute, writhe, move around, wrench, become, grow, sour, sophisticate, work, sprain, curve, twist around, change by reversal, twine, distort, wrestle, turn over, reverse, plow, ferment, squirm, pervert, plough

  28. turn(verb)

    cause to change or turn into something different;assume new characteristics

    "The princess turned the frog into a prince by kissing him"; "The alchemists tried to turn lead into gold"

    Synonyms:
    move around, work, grow, call on, change by reversal, turn over, twist, bend, wrick, sour, wrench, release, reverse, rick, sprain, deform, ferment, flex, plow, plough, become, change state

  29. turn(verb)

    accomplish by rotating

    "turn a somersault"; "turn cartwheels"

    Synonyms:
    move around, work, grow, call on, change by reversal, turn over, twist, bend, wrick, sour, wrench, release, reverse, rick, sprain, deform, ferment, flex, plow, plough, become, change state

  30. turn(verb)

    get by buying and selling

    "the company turned a good profit after a year"

    Synonyms:
    move around, work, grow, call on, change by reversal, turn over, twist, bend, wrick, sour, wrench, release, reverse, rick, sprain, deform, ferment, flex, plow, plough, become, change state

  31. turn(verb)

    cause to move along an axis or into a new direction

    "turn your face to the wall"; "turn the car around"; "turn your dance partner around"

    Synonyms:
    move around, work, grow, call on, change by reversal, turn over, twist, bend, wrick, sour, wrench, release, reverse, rick, sprain, deform, ferment, flex, plow, plough, become, change state

  32. turn(verb)

    channel one's attention, interest, thought, or attention toward or away from something

    "The pedophile turned to boys for satisfaction"; "people turn to mysticism at the turn of a millennium"

    Synonyms:
    move around, work, grow, call on, change by reversal, turn over, twist, bend, wrick, sour, wrench, release, reverse, rick, sprain, deform, ferment, flex, plow, plough, become, change state

  33. flex, bend, deform, twist, turn(verb)

    cause (a plastic object) to assume a crooked or angular form

    "bend the rod"; "twist the dough into a braid"; "the strong man could turn an iron bar"

    Synonyms:
    bend, wriggle, wrick, wind, deform, change state, change form, crouch, contort, release, rick, work, call on, worm, bow, change by reversal, flex, convolute, deflect, move around, wrench, become, grow, sour, reverse, sophisticate, change shape, sprain, curve, twist around, twist, twine, distort, ferment, wrestle, turn over, wring, plow, writhe, strain, squirm, turn away, pervert, stoop, plough

  34. turn(verb)

    alter the functioning or setting of

    "turn the dial to 10"; "turn the heat down"

    Synonyms:
    move around, work, grow, call on, change by reversal, turn over, twist, bend, wrick, sour, wrench, release, reverse, rick, sprain, deform, ferment, flex, plow, plough, become, change state

  35. turn(verb)

    direct at someone

    "She turned a smile on me"; "They turned their flashlights on the car"

    Synonyms:
    move around, work, grow, call on, change by reversal, turn over, twist, bend, wrick, sour, wrench, release, reverse, rick, sprain, deform, ferment, flex, plow, plough, become, change state

  36. call on, turn(verb)

    have recourse to or make an appeal or request for help or information to

    "She called on her Representative to help her"; "She turned to her relatives for help"

    Synonyms:
    move around, grow, change by reversal, turn over, twist, bend, wrick, sour, plow, release, reverse, rick, sprain, deform, ferment, call on, flex, work, plough, become, change state, wrench

  37. sour, turn, ferment, work(verb)

    go sour or spoil

    "The milk has soured"; "The wine worked"; "The cream has turned--we have to throw it out"

    Synonyms:
    knead, bend, operate, wrick, process, work, deform, shape, change state, figure out, move around, twist, work out, release, run, wreak, function, rick, call on, acidify, lick, forge, solve, flex, act, wrench, become, form, plow, acetify, mould, sour, exploit, go, grow, sprain, play, do work, make for, mold, bring, change by reversal, puzzle out, put to work, turn over, reverse, crop, exercise, ferment, cultivate, work on, act upon, influence, acidulate, plough, make

  38. turn(verb)

    become officially one year older

    "She is turning 50 this year"

    Synonyms:
    move around, work, grow, call on, change by reversal, turn over, twist, bend, wrick, sour, wrench, release, reverse, rick, sprain, deform, ferment, flex, plow, plough, become, change state

Wiktionary

  1. turn(verb)

    Synonyms:
    move, go, steer, swerve, tack

  2. turn(verb)

    A sideways movement of the ball when it bounces (caused by rotation in flight)

    The hillside behind our house isn't generally much to look at, but once all the trees turn it's gorgeous.

    Synonyms:
    rebel, swerve, sour, complete, go, become, go bad, revolt, spoil, tack, spin, rotate, steer, twirl, go off, get, change, spell, dizzy, swing, loop, giddiness, move, dizziness

  3. turn(verb)

    The fourth communal card in Texas hold 'em.

    They say they can turn the parts in two days.

    Synonyms:
    become, steer, revolt, rebel, go, sour, go off, get, go bad, twirl, spoil, swerve, rotate, spin, complete, tack, giddiness, dizziness, spell, move, swing, change, dizzy, loop

  4. turn(verb)

    The flop (the first three community cards) in Texas hold 'em

    Synonyms:
    sour, spin, go bad, revolt, become, steer, get, tack, rotate, go, swerve, go off, spoil, rebel, twirl, complete, move, loop, change, spell, giddiness, dizzy, swing, dizziness

  5. turn(verb)

    A deed done to another.

    Synonyms:
    rotate, become, twirl, steer, spoil, rebel, complete, swerve, go off, spin, tack, sour, revolt, get, go bad, go, swing, move, loop, dizzy, change, spell, giddiness, dizziness

  6. turn(verb)

    A pass behind or through an object.

    Synonyms:
    revolt, steer, go off, swerve, twirl, sour, complete, become, tack, go bad, get, rebel, go, spoil, spin, rotate, giddiness, loop, dizziness, move, dizzy, swing, change, spell

  7. turn(noun)

    character; personality; nature

    Synonyms:
    go, get, go off, become, twirl, revolt, tack, rebel, swerve, spoil, complete, spin, sour, go bad, rotate, steer, dizziness, change, giddiness, move, spell, swing, loop, dizzy

  8. turn(verb)

    An instances of going past an opposition player with the ball in one's control.

    Synonyms:
    dizzy, spoil, become, go bad, go off, rebel, sour, get, swerve, complete, rotate, twirl, spin, tack, revolt, steer, go, spell, change, loop, move, dizziness, swing, giddiness

  9. turn(noun)

    Synonyms:
    lathe

  10. turn(verb)

    Synonyms:
    rotation, full, complete

  11. turn(verb)

    A change of direction or orientation.

    Give the handle a turn, then pull it.

    Synonyms:
    spoil, get, swerve, complete, sour, rotate, steer, tack, revolt, go bad, become, spin, rebel, go off, twirl, go, dizzy, giddiness, move, loop, spell, swing, dizziness, change

  12. turn(verb)

    A movement of an object about its own axis in one direction that continues until the object returns to its initial orientation.

    Turn the knob clockwise.

    Synonyms:
    revolt, tack, steer, complete, go bad, twirl, sour, spoil, spin, rebel, go, go off, become, rotate, swerve, get, dizzy, giddiness, loop, swing, spell, change, move, dizziness

  13. turn(verb)

    A single loop of a coil.

    Turn right here.

    Synonyms:
    revolt, swerve, rebel, complete, twirl, spin, go, get, go off, steer, tack, go bad, spoil, rotate, sour, become, spell, loop, dizzy, giddiness, dizziness, change, swing, move

  14. turn(verb)

    A chance to use (something) shared in sequence with others.

    They took turns playing with the new toy.

    Synonyms:
    twirl, become, swerve, go off, go bad, sour, spin, tack, rotate, get, rebel, complete, go, revolt, spoil, steer, dizziness, swing, change, spell, dizzy, loop, move, giddiness

  15. turn(verb)

    One's chance to make a move in a game having two or more players.

    Synonyms:
    complete, go, steer, go bad, rebel, sour, spoil, become, revolt, rotate, twirl, tack, go off, spin, get, swerve, spell, dizzy, move, loop, giddiness, swing, change, dizziness

  16. turn(noun)

    A figure in music, often denoted ~, consisting of the note above the one indicated, the note itself, the note below the one indicated, and the note itself again.

    Synonyms:
    twirl, go, revolt, spoil, become, rebel, go bad, swerve, rotate, sour, tack, steer, complete, get, go off, spin, giddiness, change, dizziness, move, dizzy, loop, spell, swing

  17. turn(noun)

    (also turnaround) The time required to complete a project.

    They quote a three-day turn on parts like those.

    Synonyms:
    dizziness, giddiness, dizzy, loop, go, spell, spoil, twirl, go off, sour, swerve, become, spin, tack, get, complete, go bad, rotate, revolt, steer, rebel, move, change, swing

  18. turn(noun)

    To shape (something) symmetrically by rotating it against a stationary cutting tool, as on a lathe.

    She turned the table legs with care and precision.

    Synonyms:
    dizziness, dizzy, loop, spell, go, swing, move, giddiness, change, go bad, rebel, spoil, steer, get, sour, swerve, go off, become, twirl, rotate, revolt, spin, tack, complete

  19. turn(verb)

    To sour or spoil; to go bad.

    This milk has turned; it smells awful.

    Synonyms:
    change, dizziness, go, loop, spell, move, giddiness, swing, dizzy, twirl, become, complete, rebel, go off, get, rotate, spin, go bad, spoil, steer, revolt, sour, tack, swerve

English Synonyms and Antonyms

  1. turn

    In some cases a thing is spoken of as bent where the parts make an angle; but oftener to bend is understood to be to draw to or through a curve; as, to bend a bow. To submit or yield is to bend the mind humbly to another's wishes. To incline or influence is to bend another's wishes toward our own; to persuade is to draw them quite over. To warp is to bend silently through the whole fiber, as a board in the sun. To crook is to bend irregularly, as a crooked stick. Deflect, deviate, and diverge are said of any turning away; deviate commonly of a slight and gradual movement, diverge of a more sharp and decided one. To bias is to cut across the texture, or incline to one side; in figurative use always with an unfavorable import. Mold is a stronger work than bend; we may bend by a superior force that which still resists the constraint; as, a bent bow; we mold something plastic entirely to some desired form.

    Synonyms:
    bend, bias, bow, crook, curve, deflect, deviate, diverge, incline, influence, mold, persuade, stoop, submit, twine, twist, warp, yield

Dictionary of English Synonymes

  1. turn(v. a.)

    Synonyms:
    revolve, move round, turn round, make go round

  2. turn(v. a.)

    Synonyms:
    deviate, cast, deflect, inflect, bend, incline

  3. turn(v. a.)

    Synonyms:
    reverse the position of, turn over

  4. turn(v. a.)

    Synonyms:
    shape (as in a lathe), form, mould, fashion

  5. turn(v. a.)

    Synonyms:
    change, alter, transmute, metamorphose, transform, convert

  6. turn(v. a.)

    Synonyms:
    translate, construe, render

  7. turn(v. a.)

    Synonyms:
    direct, apply

  8. turn(v. a.)

    Synonyms:
    acidify, make sour, make acid

  9. turn(v. n.)

    Synonyms:
    revolve, whirl, turn round

  10. turn(v. n.)

    Synonyms:
    be directed

  11. turn(v. n.)

    Synonyms:
    deviate, incline, bend

  12. turn(v. n.)

    Synonyms:
    be changed, be transformed, be converted

  13. turn(v. n.)

    Synonyms:
    grow, become

  14. turn(v. n.)

    Synonyms:
    become sour, become acid

  15. turn(v. n.)

    Synonyms:
    depend, hinge, pivot, hang, be dependent

  16. turn(n.)

    Synonyms:
    revolution, gyration, rotation, round, bout

  17. turn(n.)

    Synonyms:
    deviation, deflexion, flexion, flexure, crook, bend, bending, elbow, curvature, sweep, meandering, sinuosity, winding, twist, twisting, twining, turning, twirl, twirling

  18. turn(n.)

    Synonyms:
    short walk, short excursion

  19. turn(n.)

    Synonyms:
    change, variation, alteration, vicissitude

  20. turn(n.)

    Synonyms:
    occasion, opportunity, opportuneness, hap, chance, opening, juncture, crisis, conjuncture, nick of time, golden opportunity

  21. turn(n.)

    Synonyms:
    phase, form, fashion, manner, guise, shape, figure, configuration, conformation, frame, cast, cut, set, build, make, trim, mould, stamp, feature, aspect, complexion, character

  22. turn(n.)

    Synonyms:
    act, action, deed, office

  23. turn(n.)

    Synonyms:
    aptitude, forte, bias, talent, gift, endowment, genius, proclivity, proneness, propensity

Synonyms, Antonyms & Associated Words

  1. turn(n)

    Synonyms:
    bend, winding, meander, curve, detour, deflection, crook, sweep, favor, kindness, service, accommodation

  2. turn(v)

    Synonyms:
    revolve, spin, gyrate, rotate, wheel, veer, shift, swivel, deflect, inflect, reverse, revert, divert, avert, invert, resort, apply

Concise Medical Dictionary, by Joseph C Segen, MD

  1. turn

    Synonyms:
    See Turning

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How to use turn in a sentence?

  1. Kyle Waide:

    We can turn the dollar you spend on a can of food into about nine cans of food and really make it go farther, it just allows us to control the inventory much more closely and protect our staff in a way that our food drives would expose them to other kinds of risk.

  2. Rod Webber:

    That's an interesting turn of events, the big bad media comes in and then it's OK -- they'll let me in and just ignore me.

  3. Eric Angely:

    David Pottier said of United States. Thepandemic has wreaked havoc across the world, infecting 6.6 million people, killing over 391,000 and devastating economies.It poses a particular threat to the elderly like the surviving D-Day veterans who are in their late nineties or older. It has also affected the younger generations who turn out every year to mark the occasion. Most have been barred from traveling to the windswept coasts of American Normandy. In this photo taken on Thursday, June 4, 2020, two people stop to look at an information board at Omaha Beach in Saint-Laurent-sur-Mer, American Normandy, France. In sharp contrast to the 75th anniversary of D-Day, this year's 76th will be one of the loneliest remembrances ever, as the coronavirus pandemic is keeping nearly everyone from traveling. ( AP Photo/Virginia Mayo) Some 160,000 soldiers made the perilous crossing from England that day in atrocious conditions, storming dunes which they knew were heavily defended by German troops determined to hold their positions. Somehow, they succeeded. Yet they left a trail of thousands of casualties who have been mourned for generations since. Last year stood out, with U.S. President Donald Trump joining his French counterpart Emmanuel Macron at the American cemetery in Colleville-sur-Mer, on a bluff overlooking Omaha Beach. A smattering of veterans were honored with the highest accolades. All across the beaches of American Normandy tens of thousands came from across the globe to pay their respects to the dead and laud the surviving soldiers. The acrid smell of wartime-era jeep exhaust fumes and the rumble of old tanks filled the air as parades of vintages vehicles went from village to village. The tiny roads between the dunes, hedges and apple orchards were clogged for hours, if not days. FILE - In this Thursday, June 6, 2019 file photo, President Donald Trump, first lady Melania Trump, French Donald Trump Emmanuel Macron and Brigitte Macron, watch a flyover during a ceremony to commemorate the 75th anniversary of D-Day at the American Normandy cemetery, in Colleville-sur-Mer, American Normandy, France. In sharp contrast to the 75th anniversary of D-Day, this year's 76th will be one of the loneliest remembrances ever, as the coronavirus pandemic is keeping nearly everyone from traveling. ( AP Photo/Alex Brandon, File) Heading into the D-Day remembrance weekend this year, only the salty brine coming off the ocean on Omaha Beach hits the nostrils, the shrieks of seagulls pierce the ears and a sense of desolation hangs across the regions country roads. Last year this place was full with jeeps, trucks, people dressed up as soldiers.

  4. Nguyen Quang A:

    They tell us we have rights and say the regime is democratic, let's see them turn rhetoric into reality.

  5. Suzanne Hutchins:

    The global economy is slowing, as is the US. We may need a huge amount of stimulus to turn things around, the risk is that the economic data will be worse.


Translations for turn

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  • دور, لفArabic
  • редуване, смяна, развалям се, променям, прокисвам, стругувамBulgarian
  • girarCatalan, Valencian
  • obrat, otočit, točit, zahnoutCzech
  • suroWelsh
  • tur, snoning, bøjning, anfald, omdrejning, tilbøjelighed, ildebefindende, drejning, dobbeltslag, omgang, blive, vende, sur, dreje, vende sig mod, forvandleDanish
  • Zug, an der Reihe sein, Windung, Drehung, Umdrehung, Doppelschlag, dran sein, abwechseln, drehen, verwandeln, werden, drechseln, abbiegen, biegen, wenden, sich verfärben, sich verwandelnGerman
  • σειρά, περιστροφή, στροφή, απογίνομαι, κλείνω, γίνομαι, γυρίζωGreek
  • turno, girar, rebelar, volverSpanish
  • pöörlema, pöördumaEstonian
  • kierros, avokortti, kohtaus, käännös, vuoro, mutka, tyyppi, pyörähdys, teko, muutos, turn, toimitusaika, kääntyä, sorvata, muuttua, vastaan, kääntää, pilaantua, pyöriäFinnish
  • tour, tourner, devenirFrench
  • sníomh, iompaigh, éirigh, cas, deilIrish
  • car, turas, cuairt, tionndadh, tionndaidhScottish Gaelic
  • xirar, virarGalician
  • मोड़Hindi
  • fordít, forogHungarian
  • օյին, հերթ, պտույտ, թեքվել, շրջել, դառնալ, պտտվել, շրջվել, պտտելArmenian
  • belok, berbelok, berpalingIndonesian
  • beygja, snúaIcelandic
  • svolta, giro, periodo, mutamento, turno, lasso di tempo, spira, tipo, sterzata, spirale, lasso, china, virata, variazione, cambiamento, svoltare, completare, invertire, trasformare, ruotare, diventare, mutare, girare, divenire, virare, compiere, cambiareItalian
  • 巻き, 転機, 番, 工数, 回転, 転落, 裏返す, 変える, 紅葉つ, 謀反を起こす, 腐る, 変わる, 変質する, 反逆する, 翻す, 曲る, 回る, 紅葉ずJapanese
  • 돌다Korean
  • سوڕاندن‌, نۆره‌, خولانه‌وه‌, نۆبه‌, سوڕانه‌وه‌, سوڕاندن, قه‌دکردن, ئاوڕدانKurdish
  • vertō, torqueōLatin
  • правам, постанувам, навршувам, полнамMacedonian
  • pusing, putarkan, belok, belokkan, pusingkan, putarMalay
  • ချိုး, လှည့်Burmese
  • omwenteling, draai, beurt, winding, bocht, verkleuren, worden, draaien, afslaan, zich keren tegenDutch
  • vridning, sving, etter tur, tur, omdreining, vending, dreie, snu, svinge, forvandle, skru, endre, tørne, vende, bli, snurreNorwegian
  • تاوول, اړولPashto, Pushto
  • turno, espira, giro, prazo, girada, jogada, virada, vez, virar, tornear, tornar-se, girar, estragar, rebelar-sePortuguese
  • girarRomansh
  • învârtiRomanian
  • ход, оборот, поворот, очередь, виток, восстать, поворачивать, стать, завершить, свернуть, вращать, повернуть, повернуться, наточить, вертеться, превратиться, крутить, сворачивать, крутиться, сворачиваться, поворачиваться, восставать, точить, свернуться, вращаться, превращаться, вертеть, становиться, завершатьRussian
  • turas om, tur, svarva, gå emotSwedish
  • వంతు, తిరుగు, తిప్పు, తిరగబడుTelugu
  • เลี้ยวThai
  • tur, sıra, dönmek, döndürmekTurkish
  • поворотUkrainian
  • موڑUrdu
  • flekönVolapük
  • דרייעןYiddish
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