Translation of turn over in Spanish:
- 1verb + object + adverb 1.1 (flip, reverse)(mattress/omelet)she turned the idea over in her minddarle la vuelta a1.2 (Cars)le dio vueltas a la idea en la cabeza(engine)hacer funcionar
- 2verb + object + adverb, verb + adverb + object (hand over)(prisoner/document)she turned the company over to her sonpuso la empresa a nombre de su hijo
- 3verb + adverb + object 3.1 (Business)we turned over $8 million last yearstock is turned over very rapidlyfacturamos 8 millones de dólares el año pasadotuvimos un volumen de ventas ( or transacciones etc) de 8 millones de dólares el año pasado3.2la rotación del estoc es muy rápida
- 4verb + adverb 4.1 (onto other side)he turned over onto his stomachdarse la vueltadarse vuelta (Southern Cone)the car turned overse dio la vuelta or (Southern Cone) se dio vuelta y se puso boca abajo4.2 (Cars)el coche volcó or dio una vuelta de campana(engine)4.3 (Business)the stock turns over very quickly4.4 (turn page)la rotación del estoc es muy rápidapasar or volver la página
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