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|present participle||turning off|
|past tense||turned off|
|past participle||turned off|
Will you turn the television off, please?
It is now safe to turn off your computer.
This sort of talk could turn a lot of voters off.
This is the British English definition of turn off. View American English definition of turn off.
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