prove, turn out, turn up(verb)
be shown or be found to be
"She proved to be right"; "The medicine turned out to save her life"; "She turned up HIV positive"
rise, dig up, leaven, try, boot out, show, testify, establish, uprise, rotate, test, evidence, try out, come on, cut, surface, get up, examine, arise, turf out, spread out, turn off, exclude, essay, raise, switch off, chuck out, prove, shew, fold, excavate, demonstrate, splay, show up, turn up, locate, eject, come out, fold up, bear witness, bear
prove to be in the result or end
"It turns out that he was right"
produce quickly or regularly, usually with machinery
"This factory turns out saws"
turn out, come out(verb)
result or end
"How will the game turn out?"
break through, start, rise, bulge out, place, step up, turn off, boot out, come to the fore, push through, protrude, uprise, rotate, turf out, out, go forth, come on, cut, bulge, surface, come in, step forward, fall out, arise, step to the fore, come forward, pop out, egress, spread out, bug out, chuck out, exclude, come out of the closet, switch off, get up, prove, erupt, emerge, splay, show up, turn up, pop, issue, appear, eject, come out, come forth, bear
come, usually in answer to an invitation or summons
"How many people turned out that evening?"
bear, turn out(verb)
bring forth, "The apple tree bore delicious apples this year"
"The unidentified plant bore gorgeous flowers"
digest, abide, rise, comport, tolerate, have a bun in the oven, support, behave, boot out, uprise, rotate, endure, turf out, put up, stick out, cut, turn up, expect, get up, deport, assume, pay, arise, take over, chuck out, carry, spread out, turn off, stomach, birth, hold, switch off, have, prove, deliver, acquit, brook, yield, splay, conduct, suffer, contain, stand, accept, gestate, exclude, wear, eject, come out, give birth, bear
eject, chuck out, exclude, turf out, boot out, turn out(verb)
put out or expel from a place
"The unruly student was excluded from the game"
except, exhaust, discard, leave out, rise, bear, expel, cut, toss away, boot out, release, uprise, rotate, get up, turf out, toss out, shut, turn up, splay, leave off, dispose, debar, arise, cast aside, cast away, take out, throw out, keep out, spread out, oust, turn off, exclude, squeeze out, cast out, switch off, chuck out, prove, toss, throw away, bar, kick out, drum out, squirt, fling, discharge, force out, shut out, eject, come out, put away, omit
come and gather for a public event
"Hundreds of thousands turned out for the anti-war rally in New York"
outfit or equip, as with accessories
"The actors were turned out lavishly"
turn out, splay, spread out, rotate(verb)
"These birds can splay out their toes"; "ballet dancers can rotate their legs out by 90 degrees"
circumvolve, rise, spread, turn off, cut, boot out, uprise, rotate, turf out, spread out, luxate, splay, string out, arise, dislocate, disperse, fan out, open, chuck out, exclude, go around, switch off, revolve, get up, prove, diffuse, unfold, scatter, expand, turn up, eject, come out, slip, dissipate, bear
switch off, cut, turn off, turn out(verb)
cause to stop operating by disengaging a switch
"Turn off the stereo, please"; "cut the engine"; "turn out the lights"
get up, foreshorten, veer, rise, come out, bring down, rotate, snub, turn off, burn, rationalize, boot out, hack, trim down, uprise, write out, prune, thin, turf out, cut, turn up, slue, trim back, trim, ignore, swerve, shorten, arise, edit out, edit, thin out, cut down, skip, abridge, reduce, make out, spread out, contract, rationalise, cut off, dilute, curve, put off, switch off, sheer, slew, geld, chuck out, prove, tailor, splay, disregard, issue, exclude, cut back, eject, abbreviate, trend, bear
get up, turn out, arise, uprise, rise(verb)
get up and out of bed
"I get up at 7 A.M. every day"; "They rose early"; "He uprose at night"
prink, bristle, drum, rise, rebel, prepare, stand up, bone up, rig out, mug up, boot out, fancy up, deck out, elevate, uprise, rotate, get up, trick up, organize, heighten, surface, cut, fig up, go up, tog up, grind away, lift, climb up, deck up, cram, arise, spring up, turf out, swot up, come up, gussy up, bring up, swot, bob up, resurrect, tog out, originate, spread out, ascend, turn off, chuck out, exclude, develop, climb, raise, work up, switch off, attire, organise, prove, bone, move up, grow, jump, turn up, fig out, dress up, trick out, rear, splay, mount, eject, come out, overdress, wax, rise up, machinate, devise, bear
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How to use turn out in a sentence?
I don't believe in coincidence. I mean, all things happen for a reason and for a lesson too. Yes, you just heard me right. Everything that do happen under this planet earth/world whether good or bad, favourable or unfavourable is meant for a reason and for a lesson to be learnt by all humans. Now, that infers, nothing goes for nothing. You've got to accept the above fact. Because, even the scripture has said it long ago before now in ROMANS 8 : 28. It says, all things work together for good of them that love God i.e. even that your so seemed failure, disappointments, setbacks and stuffs like that, will sooner or later turn out for your good/betterment. Oh! Yes, that's just what will be your fate/portion. If only you do believe/accept the above fact. For, until you believe, that's when you will surely see/receive from God. Scripture reference JOHN 11 : 40. Never forget, whatever you undoubtedly believe in, definitely works for you and never against you. That is that.
Jones has to turn out his voters. He’s [got to] turn out people who are Democrats [and] he’s got to turnout people in high numbers. There’s a lot of discouragement amongst Republicans, so their turnout could be lower, the one exception among Republicans [is] Roy Moore supporters. His supporters are avidly behind him and they will get to the polls.
It's possible 'Go Set a Watchman' will turn out to be a great work of literature, but it will have some awfully stiff competition. Few books can outdo the one we've written in our minds.
I don't know what you're passing through now or what is passing through you presently, it could be a setback, an ordeal, a disappointment or stuffs like that. Notwithstanding, never give up. Rather, hang on and hang in there i.e. be/remain persistent and hopeful no matter what happens. For, things will sooner or later turn out for the better, even beyond your expectation and imagination. ~Emeasoba George
Use of excessive pesticides has been a cause for concern for quite some time, now if they turn out to be spurious it's a cause for even greater worry.
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- resultarCatalan, Valencian
- resultar, producir, hacer, apagar, desmoldar, asistirSpanish
- با کلید خاموش کردنPersian
- osoittautua, käydä ilmi, päättyä, sammuttaa, tuottaa, ilmaantua, valmistaa, häätääFinnish
- démouler, s'avérerFrench
- alakul, lefordul, végződik, kifordít, kidob, kiderül, kitessékel, lekapcsol, előállítHungarian
- maken, produceren, opdagenDutch
- оказываться, выпускать, присутствовать, посещатьRussian
- slänga ut, visa sig, visa ut, stänga av, göra, svänga av, ge resultat, släcka, producera, dyka uppSwedish
- distinde, clôreWalloon
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