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turn over British & World English

(Of an engine) start or continue to run properly

turn something over British & World English

Cause an engine to run

turn someone over to British & World English

Deliver someone to the care or custody of (an authority)

turn over a new leaf British & World English

Start to act or behave in a better or more responsible way

turn over in turn British & World English

(Of an engine) start or continue to run properly

turn something over in one's mind British & World English

Think about something thoroughly

turn in one's grave British & World English

Used to express the opinion that something would have caused anger or distress in someone who is now dead

turn over in turn English Thesaurus

the little dinghy turned over on the lake

turn someone over to in turn British & World English

Deliver someone to the care or custody of (an authority)

turn in one's grave in grave1 British & World English

Used to express the opinion that something would have caused anger or distress in someone who is now dead

turn over a new leaf in turn British & World English

Start to act or behave in a better or more responsible way

turn something over in turn English Thesaurus

I quickly turned over the first few pages

turn over a new leaf in leaf English Thesaurus

I see fatherhood as a chance to turn over a new leaf