come on, come out, turn up, surface, show up(verb)
appear or become visible; make a showing
"She turned up at the funeral"; "I hope the list key is going to surface again"
start, rise, bulge out, place, step up, come along, get along, protrude, fall out, break through, progress, out, go forth, come on, come out of the closet, bulge, go up, advance, surface, come in, step forward, step to the fore, show, dig up, fold up, come up, pop out, egress, draw close, draw near, bug out, go on, prove, coat, come to the fore, get on, push through, approach, erupt, fold, excavate, turn out, emerge, shape up, show up, pop, issue, appear, come near, come forward, come out, rise up, come forth, near, locate
fold, fold up, turn up(verb)
bend or lay so that one part covers the other
"fold up the newspaper"; "turn up your collar"
locate, turn up(verb)
discover the location of; determine the place of; find by searching or examining
"Can you locate your cousins in the Midwest?"; "My search turned up nothing"
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, turn out, demonstrate, splay, show up, locate, eject, come out, fold up, bear witness, bear
excavate, dig up, turn up(verb)
find by digging in the ground
"I dug up an old box in the garden"
To increase the amount of something by means of a control, such as the volume, heat, or light.
Turn up the radio and sing along.
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Hard work spotlights the character of people some turn up their sleeves, some turn up their noses, and some don't turn up at all.
The basic dynamics of the market are with us for a while. It's not cool to go to a cocktail and say the answer is 'own bonds and lots of bonds, and be long the dollar and continue to own the Nikkei and be short the yen, Everybody likes to turn up to a cocktail party and call turning points, but I don't think we're seeing one ... We may have a change in printing press, but it's the same environment, and the great thing about computers is they don't go to cocktail parties.
The conspicuously wealthy turn up urging the character-building value of privation for the poor.
There is no tough sells anymore, it’s just timing, i think they used to be apprehensive. I think genuinely a lot of people used to turn up going ‘What am I doing? And what is this?’ And now I think it’s a thing where people call us, and it's become a part of record company strategy for launching an album, singer or artist. In many ways that has become a lot easier.
On the ATP level... if you can't play, you still get your prize money twice in the year. Maybe the grand slams should adopt some of that, then maybe we would eliminate half of the players (who turn up injured), a player should not go on court if he knows he could not finish. The question is, did they truly believe they were going to finish? If they did, I think it's okay that they walk on court. Otherwise, I feel they should give up the spot.
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- появявам се, показвам се, увеличавамBulgarian
- dar vuelta, doblar, aparecer, subirSpanish
- reverter, apparerInterlingua
- делать, поднимать, объявляться, громче, находиться, вышеRussian
- vrida upp volymen, dyka upp, höjaSwedish
- வரை திரும்பTamil
- ritourner, aspiter, ritrossî, trossî, fé aler pus foirtWalloon
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