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to turn sb. down jdm. absagen
to turn sb. downjdm. 'ne Abfuhr erteilen [ugs.]
to turn sb. injdn. ausliefern
to turn sb. in [coll.] jdn. anzeigen
to turn sb. into a herojdn. zum Helden machen
to turn sb. into a social outcastjdn. aufs soziale Abstellgleis schieben
to turn sb. into a star jdn. zum Star machen
to turn sb. into a terrorist [to cause to become] jdn. zu einem Terroristen werden lassen
to turn sb. into a zombie [coll.] [fig.] jdn. verblöden [ugs.]
to turn sb. into ridiculesich über jdn. lustig machen
to turn sb. loose jdn. von der Leine lassen [Redewendung] [Restriktionen aufheben]
to turn sb. off [coll.] jdn. abtörnen [ugs.]
to turn sb. off [coll.] jdn. abturnen [ugs.]
to turn sb. off sth. jdm. etw. verleiden
to turn sb. on [coll.]jdn. aufreizen [sexuell]
to turn sb. on [coll.] jdn. antörnen [ugs.]
to turn sb. on [coll.]jdn. anturnen [ugs.]
to turn sb. on [coll.] [sexually] jdn. anmachen [ugs.]
to turn sb./sth. away [applicant, suggestion, etc.]jdn./etw. zurückweisen [Bittsteller, Vorschlag etc.]
to turn sb./sth. into sb./sth.jdn./etw. in jdn./etw. verwandeln
to turn sb./sth. loose [idiom]jdn./etw. freilassen
to turn sb./sth. loose [idiom]jdn./etw. laufen lassen [freilassen]
to turn sb.'s head [fig.] jdm. den Kopf verdrehen [fig.]
to turn sb.'s life around jds. Leben eine neue Richtung geben
to turn sb.'s stomachjdm. den Magen umdrehen
to turn scarlet puterrot werden
to turn sharply sich schroff herumwenden
to turn soursauer werden
to turn sourumschlagen [Wein, Bier usw.]
to turn sour säuern
to turn sour [wine, beer, milk]einen Stich bekommen [ugs.] [sauer werden] [Wein, Bier, Milch.]
to turn southnach Süden abdrehen
to turn state's evidence [Am.] als Kronzeuge auftreten
to turn state's evidence [Am.] Kronzeuge sein
to turn sth. etw. [Akk.] umwenden
to turn sth. [a lever] etw. [Akk.] umlegen [einen Hebel]
to turn sth. [wood] [also fig.]etw. [Akk.] drechseln [auch fig.]
to turn sth. adrift [idiom]etw. [Akk.] den Wellen überlassen
to turn sth. all the way upetw. [Akk.] auf Maximum aufdrehen
to turn sth. around [a company, a football club, etc.]etw. aus der Krise führen [ein Unternehmen, einen Fußballclub etc.]
to turn sth. around [business, football club]wieder auf Spur bringen [ugs.] [Redewendung]
to turn sth. as far as it will go etw. bis zum Anschlag aufdrehen
to turn sth. away etw. [Akk.] abwenden
to turn sth. back on etw. wieder anschalten
to turn sth. counter-clockwiseetw. zurückdrehen [gegen den Uhrzeigersinn]
to turn sth. down [bed] etw. aufdecken [Bett]
to turn sth. down [collar] etw. umschlagen [Kragen]
to turn sth. down flat [coll.] etw. glattweg ablehnen [ugs.]
to turn sth. down point-blanketw. schroff ablehnen
to turn sth. in [a superb performance, etc.]etw. hinlegen [ugs.] [eine großartige Leistung etc.]
to turn sth. inside outetw. umkehren [Kleidung: von innen nach außen]
to turn sth. inside out [also fig.]etw. umstülpen [bes. bei Textilien] [auch fig.]
to turn sth. inside out [sewing]etw. stürzen [beim Nähen]
to turn sth. inside out [socks etc.] etw. umwenden [selten] [von innen nach außen wenden, z. B. Socken]
to turn sth. inside out [underwear etc.] etw. [Akk.] auf links drehen [Unterwäsche etc.]
to turn sth. into a film etw. filmisch umsetzen
to turn sth. into cash etw. zu Geld machen
to turn sth. into cashetw. in Geld umsetzen
to turn sth. into moneyetw. in Geld umsetzen
to turn sth. into money etw. zu Geld machen
to turn sth. into new productsetw. zu neuen Produkten verarbeiten
to turn sth. into paste etw. [Akk.] verkleistern [fachspr.] [bewirken, dass etwas zu einer kleisterartigen, klebrigen Masse wird]
to turn sth. into sth.etw. in etw. [Akk.] umfunktionieren
to turn sth. into sth. etw. zu etw. umfunktionieren
to turn sth. into sth. [convert, e.g. water power into electricity; superiority into goals] etw. in etw. [Akk.] umsetzen [umwandeln, z. B. Wasserkraft in Strom; Überlegenheit in Tore]
to turn sth. into Swiss cheese Schweizer Käse aus etw. machen
to turn sth. offetw. ausschalten
to turn sth. off [e.g. the light, the TV] etw. ausmachen [ugs.] [abschalten, ausschalten]
to turn sth. off [the gas, the heating, the tap / faucet, etc.] etw. [Akk.] zudrehen [den Gashahn, die Heizung, den Wasserhahn etc.]
to turn sth. on etw. anschmeißen [ugs.] [etwas in Gang setzen]
to turn sth. on [appliance]etw. anstellen [z. B. Spülmaschine]
to turn sth. on [the light, the radio, etc.]etw. [Akk.] andrehen [das Licht, das Radio etc.]
to turn sth. on its ear [idiom] frischen Wind in etw. bringen [Idiom]
to turn sth. on its head [idiom]etw. [Akk.] auf den Kopf stellen [Redewendung]
to turn sth. over in one's mind etw. wälzen [Probleme, Gedanken, Pläne] [ugs.]
to turn sth. over in one's mind etw. [Akk.] hin und her überlegen
to turn sth. over (in one's mind) etw. (in Gedanken) durchkauen
to turn sth. over (to sb./sth.) [hand over] (jdm./etw.) etw. [Akk.] übergeben
to turn sth. round [a company, a football club, etc.] etw. aus der Krise führen [ein Unternehmen, einen Fußballclub etc.]
to turn sth. souretw. [Akk.] säuern
to turn sth. to and fro etw. hin und her drehen
to turn sth. to (good) accountetw. nutzen
to turn sth. to the inside etw. nach innen stülpen
to turn sth. to the outsideetw. nach außen stülpen
to turn sth. toward / towards sb./sth.etw. auf jdn./etw. richten [Augen, Blicke etc.]
to turn sth. upetw. aufdrehen [Heizung, Lautstärke]
to turn sth. up [one's collar] etw. [Akk.] hochklappen [den Kragen]
to turn sth. up [sleeves, etc.] etw. umschlagen [Hose, Ärmel usw.]
to turn sth. upside down etw. [Akk.] umstürzen [stürzen] [Puddingform, Gussform etc.]
to turn sth. upside down etw. [Akk.] stürzen [Puddingform, Gussform etc.]
to turn sth. upside down [idiom] [throw into disorder]etw. [Akk.] auf den Kopf stellen [ugs.] [Redewendung] [das Unterste zuoberst kehren]
to turn swords into ploughshares [Br.] [fig.]Schwerter zu Pflugscharen machen [fig.]
to turn swords into plowshares [Am.] [fig.] Schwerter in Pflugscharen verwandeln [fig.]
to turn tail (and run) Fersengeld geben [die Flucht ergreifen]
to (turn tail and) flee die Flucht ergreifen
to turn the air blue [fig.]fluchen
to turn the argument on its head [idiom] im Umkehrschluss
to turn the balance [fig.]den Ausschlag geben [Redewendung]
to turn the car arounddas Auto wenden
to turn the corner um die Ecke gehen
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