turn against sb | turn sb against sb （使）与…反目成仇，变得敌对
She turned against her old friend.
After the divorce he tried to turn the children against their mother.
turn around/round | turn sb/sth around/round （使）翻身，转身，翻转
Turn around and let me look at your back.
I turned my chair round to face the fire.
turn around/round | turn sth around/round （使企业、经济等）好转，扭转，有起色
Turning the company around won't be easy.
turn sb away (from sth) 把某人拒之门外；不准某人进入
Hundreds of people were turned away from the stadium.
They had nowhere to stay so I couldn't turn them away.
turn back | turn sb/sth back （使）原路返回，往回走
The weather became so bad that they had to turn back.
We said we would do it─there can be no turning back.
Our car was turned back at the border.
turn sb/sth down 拒绝，顶回（提议、建议或提议人）
Why did she turn down your invitation?
He has been turned down for ten jobs so far.
He asked her to marry him but she turned him down.
turn sth down 把…调低；关小
Please turn the volume down.
[+ adj] He turned the lights down low.
Her feet turn in.
Would you like some tea before you turn in?
turn sb in 把…扭送（到警察局）；使自首
She threatened to turn him in to the police.
He decided to turn himself in.
turn sth in
You must turn in your pass when you leave the building.
They turned in a petition with 80 000 signatures.
I haven't even turned in Monday's work yet.
The champion turned in a superb performance to retain her title.
turn (from sth) into sth 变成某事物
Our dream holiday turned into a nightmare.
In one year she turned from a problem child into a model student.
turn sb/sth (from sth) into sth 使（从…）变成
Ten years of prison had turned him into an old man.
The prince was turned into a frog by the witch.
turn off | turn off sth 拐弯；转入另一条路（没有被动）
Is this where we turn off?
The jet began to turn off the main runway.
turn off 不再听；不再想
I couldn't understand the lecture so I just turned off.
turn sb off
People had been turned off by both candidates in the election.
Aggressive men turn me off completely.
turn sth off 关掉，截断（电流、煤气、水等）
to turn off the light
Please turn the television off before you go to bed.
turn on sb 突然攻击
The dogs suddenly turned on each other.
Why are you all turning on me?
turn on sth （没有被动）
Much turns on the outcome of the current peace talks.
The discussion turned on the need to raise standards.
turn sb on 使性兴奋；使感兴趣
Jazz has never really turned me on.
She gets turned on by men in uniform.
turn sb on (to sth) 使对…感兴趣；使首次使用
He turned her on to jazz.
turn sth on 接通（电流、煤气、水等）；打开
to turn on the heating
I'll turn the television on.
He really knows how to turn on the charm .
A vast crowd turned out to watch the procession.
2、(与副词或形容词连用，或用于以 how 引导的疑问句) …地发展（或发生）；结果…
Despite our worries everything turned out well.
You never know how your children will turn out.
If the day turns out wet, we may have to change our plans.
Her toes turn out.
[+ that] It turned out that she was a friend of my sister.
[+ to inf] The job turned out to be harder than we thought.
The house they had offered us turned out to be a tiny apartment.
turn sb/sth out 制造；生产；以（…装束等）出现
The factory turns out 900 cars a week.
turn sb out (of/from sth) 赶走；逐出；撵走
If you go on arguing, I'll turn you out of doors.
turn sth out
Remember to turn out the lights when you go to bed.
to turn out the attic
Turn out the dough on to a floured surface...
She turned her toes out.
If you turn over you might find it easier to get to sleep.
The car skidded and turned over.
The smell made my stomach turn over.
Whenever he's on TV, I turn over.
turn over sth营业额为…；做金额为…的生意
The company turns over 3.5 million a year.
turn sth over
Brown the meat on one side, then turn it over and brown the other side.
She kept turning over the events of the day in her mind.
A supermarket will turn over its stock very rapidly.
Burglars had turned the house over.
turn sb over to sb 移交，送交（他人看管，尤指当局）
Customs officials turned the man over to the police.
turn sth over to sb 把…移交给（他人管理）
He turned the business over to his daughter.
turn sth over to sth 改变，转变（用途或功能）
The factory was turned over to the manufacture of aircraft parts.
turn to sb/sth 向…求助（或寻求指教等）
She has nobody she can turn to.
Don't worry about the letter─I'm sure it'll turn up.
We arranged to meet at 7.30, but she never turned up.
He's still hoping something will turn up.
turn sth up
Could you turn the TV up?
The music was turned up loud.
Our efforts to trace him turned up nothing.