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have a turn

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishhave a turnhave a turnBritish English old-fashionedILL to feel slightly ill turn
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have a turnHe says that they could have turned the company around. he feels they've been treated in a shabby way.Logic machines have turned out to be poor at dealing with images and making analogies.Even Sandie looks as if she might have turned the corner.At some point Solveig must have turned out the light.As we have seen, both the market and public policy have turned against work.In recent weeks, even his friends seemed to have turned against him.In a structural sense we have turned our model on its side.This day with me, here, you have turned back to face your past.
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