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|present participle||turning up|
|past tense||turned up|
|past participle||turned up|
Can you turn the volume up a little?
Don't turn the TV up – I'm trying to read.
Add the mussels, turn up the heat, and leave them to steam until all are fully open.
There is no need to make a reservation – just turn up on the night.
She failed to turn up for work on Monday.
If you want to play in the concert, you have to turn up at all the rehearsals.
The documents finally turned up in an office down the hall.
This is the American English definition of turn up. View British English definition of turn up.
the part of a church where the priests and choir sit during a religious ceremony