Значение идиомы turn out

[turn out] {v.} 1. To make leave or go away.

His father turnedhim out of the house.

If you don’t behave, you will be turnedout.

Compare: THROW OUT. 2. To turn inside out; empty.

He turnedout his pockets looking for the money.

Robbers turned out all thedrawers in the house in a search for jewels.

3. To make; produce.

The printing press turns out a thousand books an hour.

Sally canturn out a cake in no time.

Martin turns out a poem each week forthe school paper.

4. {informal} To get out of bed.

At camp theboys had to turn out early and go to bed early too.

Contrast: TURNIN. 5. {informal} To come or go out to see or do something.

Everybody turned out for the big parade.

Many boys turned out forfootball practice.

Compare: FALL OUT. 6. To prove to be; be in theend; be found to be.

The noise turned out to be just the dogscratching at the door.

Her guess turned out to be right.

Everything turned out all right.

7. To make go out.

Please turn out the lights.


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