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She turned and smiled at me.
He turned his head and looked around the room.
Maria turned to the reporters and said: 'I'm innocent.'
Lopez just glared at the other man and then turned away.
The girls in front turned round and grinned.
The whole audience turned to stare at the latecomers.
Turn your chairs round so you're facing me.
The attacker killed three people before turning the gun on himself.
Turn the tape over and press 'Play'.
We turned into our drive, glad to get home.
The truck turned around and came back towards us.
Follow this path; then turn right and walk uphill.
Duval turned professional in 1993.
The weather turned quite chilly in the afternoon.
This is the British English definition of turn. View American English definition of turn.
a sweet brown powder that tastes like chocolate and is made from the seeds of a Mediterranean tree