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|present participle||turning out|
|past tense||turned out|
|past participle||turned out|
I'm sure it will turn out all right in the end.
Obviously, I'm disappointed at the way things have turned out.
As it turned out, the storm missed Puerto Rico.
Thousands of screaming fans turned out to welcome the champions home.
Only 47 percent of the electorate turned out to vote.
The company turns out 2,000 small airplanes a year.
Our landlord turned us out on the street.
If they don't pay, they could be turned out of the house.
Keep your back straight and turn your toes out.
Turn the cake out onto a wire rack to cool.
Their children are always very well turned out.
This is the American English definition of turn out. View British English definition of turn out.
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