turn out
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turn out
[verb]
Synonyms: furnish, accouter, appoint, arm, equip, fit out, gear, outfit, rig, bear, produce, yield, roll out, arise, get up, pile (out), rise, rise and shine, uprise
Related Words: deck, dress (out)
English Thesaurus: happen, take place, occur, there is/there are, come up, ...

[TahlilGaran] English Synonym Dictionary

turn out phrasal verb (see also turn)

1. to happen in a particular way, or to have a particular result, especially one that you did not expect
turn out well/badly/fine etc
It was a difficult time, but eventually things turned out all right.
To my surprise, it turned out that I was wrong.
As it turned out (=used to say what happened in the end), he passed the exam quite easily.
turn out to be something
That guy turned out to be Maria’s second cousin.

2. turn the light out to stop the flow of electricity to a light by pressing a switch, pulling a string etc:
Don’t forget to turn out the lights when you go!

3. if a lot of people turn out for an event, they go to watch it or take part in it
turn out for
About 70% of the population turned out for the election.
turn out to do something
Thousands turned out to watch yesterday’s match against Ireland.turnout

4. turn somebody ↔ out to force someone to leave a place permanently, especially their home:
If you can’t pay the rent, they turn you out.

5. turn something ↔ out to produce or make something:
The factory turns out 300 units a day.

6. well/beautifully/badly etc turned out dressed in good, beautiful etc clothes:
elegantly turned-out young ladies

7. turn something ↔ out
a) to empty something completely by taking out the contents:
The policeman made him turn out his pockets.
b) British English to take out everything in a room, drawer etc and clean the room etc thoroughly:
Lea decided to turn out the attic.

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

turn out
turn (someone) out (of (somewhere))
to force someone to leave a place.
They turned him out of the shelter when they discovered he was using drugs.

She was forced to leave home, turned out at the age of 16.

turn out (for (something))
to come, appear, or be present for something.
A lot of students turned out for the demonstration.

The last time she performed here the whole town turned out.

turn out (something)
to produce or make something.
Which university turns out the most successful scientists?

The factory is turning the dolls out as fast as it can.

to happen or become known to happen in a particular way.
She assured him that everything would turn out all right.

It turns out that Ray had borrowed the money from one of his students.

[TahlilGaran] English Idioms Dictionary

turn out something
turn out (something)
to produce or make something.
Which university turns out the most successful scientists?

The factory is turning the dolls out as fast as it can.

[TahlilGaran] English Idioms Dictionary

turn out
1.turn out
1). to be found or known, to prove to be true
It turned out that more people came to the party than we expected.

2). to come or go to see or do something
Over 50,000 people turned out for the concert.

2.turn out (someone)
to make someone leave or go away
The man decided to turn his son out of the house when he refused to get a job.

3.turn out (something)
1). to make/produce a product or something
The car company turns out 8,000 cars every week.

2). to turn something inside out, to empty something
The man turned out his pockets when he was looking for his car keys.

4.turn out (a light)
to make a light go out
I always turn out the light if I do not need it.

[TahlilGaran] English Idioms Dictionary

turn out something
turn out (something)
1. to make/produce a product or something
The car company turns out 8,000 cars every week.

2. to turn something inside out, to empty something
The man turned out his pockets when he was looking for his car keys.

[TahlilGaran] English Idioms Dictionary

turn out
v.
1. To make leave or go away.
His father turned him out of the house.
If you don't behave, you will be turned out.
Compare: THROW OUT.
2. To turn inside out; empty.
He turned out his pockets looking for the money.
Robbers turned out all the drawers in the house in a search for jewels.
3. To make; produce.
The printing press turns out a thousand books an hour.
Sally can turn out a cake in no time.
Martin turns out a poem each week for the school paper.
4. informal To get out of bed.
At camp the boys had to turn out early and go to bed early too.
Antonym: TURN IN4.
5. informal To come or go out to see or do something.
Everybody turned out for the big parade.
Many boys turned out for football practice.
Compare: FALL OUT.
6. To prove to be; be in the end; be found to be.
The noise turned out to be just the dog scratching at the door.
Her guess turned out to be right.
Everything turned out all right.
7. To make (a light) go out.
Please turn out the lights.
Synonym: TURN OFF1.

[TahlilGaran] English Idioms Dictionary


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