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2 Translation results for turn in Spanish

verb | noun

turn verb

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turned, has turned, is turning, turns
girar, voltear, volver; dar vueltas; doblar, dar una vuelta; darle vuelta a, hacer girar; dislocar, torcer; hacerse, volverse, ponerse; revolver (el estómago); agriarse, cortarse (dícese de la leche); convertir; tornear (en carpintería)

Example sentences of
turn verb

  • He turned the key and opened the door.
  • She slowly turned the doorknob.
  • Turn the steering wheel all the way to the left.
  • Someone turned the switch and the lights came on.
  • They turned and walked away.
  • She turned to leave—but stopped.
  • He turned aside to let me pass.
  • The patient turned onto his side.
  • The photographer asked her to turn slightly to her left.
  • He turned himself around to see the back of his shirt in the mirror.

Detailed synonyms for turn verb

See: Curve

turn noun

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vuelta, giro; cambio; curva (en un camino); turno

Example sentences of
turn noun

  • You have to wait your turn in line.
  • Is it my turn yet?
  • Give the wheel another turn.
  • He tightened the screw with one last turn.
  • With a turn of the switch, the lights came back on.
  • Take a left-hand turn at the next intersection.
  • a quick turn of her head

Synonyms of
turn noun

Phrasal verbs for turn

Related phrases for turn

Reverse translation for turn

girar  - to turn, to twist, to rotate, to turn around, to revolve, to draft (checks), to swing around, to swivel, to transfer (funds) 
voltear  - to turn over, to turn upside down, to roll over, to do somersaults, to reverse, to turn inside out, to turn, to turn, to knock down 
volver  - to return, to come or go back, to turn, to turn over, to turn inside out, to return, to repay, to restore, to revert, to cause, to make 
doblar  - to double, to turn, to toll, to ring, to fold, to bend, to turn, to dub 
dislocar  - to dislocate 
torcer  - to bend, to twist, to turn, to sprain, to turn (a corner), to wring, to wring out, to distort 
hacerse  - to become, to pretend, to act, to play, to seem, to get, to grow 
volverse  - to become, to turn around 
ponerse  - to move (into a position), to put on, to wear, to thrown on (clothes), to become, to turn, to set (of the sun or moon) 
revolver  (el estómago) - to move about, to mix, to shake, to stir, to upset (one's stomach), to mess up, to rummage through 
agriarse  - to turn sour 
cortarse  (dícese de la leche) - to cut oneself, to be cut off, to sour (of milk) 
convertir  - to convert, to transform, to change, to exchange (money) 
tornear  (en carpintería) - to turn (in carpentry) 
vuelta  - turn, circle, revolution, flip, turn, bend, curve, return, round, lap (in sports or games) 
giro  - turn, rotation, change of direction 
cambio  - change, alteration, exchange, change (money) 
curva  (en un camino) - curve, bend 
turno  - turn, shift, duty 
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