to revolve; to go in the opposite direction; to depend on; to appeal (to) for help; to direct (thought or attention) away from; to change in character; to be shaped on the lathe; (with off) to leave or deviate from a road, etc; (with in) (inf.) to retire to bed for the night; (with on) to depend on; (slang) to take drugs; (with to) to begin a task; (with up) to appear, arrive; to find unexpectedly; to happen without warning.
to change the position or direction of by revolving; to reverse; to transform; (age, etc) to have just passed; to change or convert; to invert; (with off) to cause to cease operating (as if) by flicking a switch, turning a knob, etc; (inf.) to cause a person to lose interest in or develop a dislike for something; (with down) to reduce the volume or intensity of (sound, brightness, etc); to refuse, decline; to fold down (sheets, a collar, etc); (with in) to deliver; to produce, record (a performance, score, etc); (with on) to cause to begin operating (as if) by flicking a switch, turning a knob, etc; (slang) to arouse or excite, especially sexually; (sl.) to introduce (a person) to drugs; (with up) to discover, uncover; to increase the volume or intensity of (sound, brightness, etc).
a rotation; new direction or tendency; a place in sequence; a turning point, crisis; performer's act; an act of kindness or malice; a bend.
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