French translation of 'turn up'
1. (= appear) [person] apparaître
She turned up half an hour late. Elle est apparue avec une demi-heure de retard.
2. (= come)
[bus, taxi] venir
Workmen often didn’t turn up. Bien souvent, les ouvriers ne venaient pas.
3. [lost object] être retrouvé(e)
separable transitive verbturn
1. [collar] remonter
2. (= increase) [sound, volume] mettre plus fort
3. [radio] monter le son de
Could you turn up the radio? Tu peux monter le son de la radio ?
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Example Sentences Including 'turn up'
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She'd turn up to court to pay their fines, cash on the nail.THE LAST TEMPTATION (2002)
Give the punters what they want and they'll turn up in their thousands.CASCADES - THE DAY OF THE DEAD (2001)
I just thought there could be a chance the Wordman might turn up.CASCADES - THE DAY OF THE DEAD (2001)
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'turn up' in Other Languages
British English: turn up /tɜːn ʌp/ VERB
If you say that someone or something turns up, you mean that they arrive, often unexpectedly, or after you have been waiting a long time.
We waited for the bus, but it never turned up.
- American English: turn up
- Arabic: يَصِلُ
- Brazilian Portuguese: chegar
- Chinese: 到场
- Croatian: pojaviti se
- Czech: dostavit se
- Danish: vise (sig)
- Dutch: verschijnen
- European Spanish: aparecer
- Finnish: saapua paikalle
- French: se présenter
- German: auftauchen
- Greek: εμφανίζομαι
- Italian: presentarsi
- Japanese: 姿を現す
- Korean: 나타나다
- Norwegian: dukke opp
- Polish: pojawić się
- European Portuguese: chegar
- Romanian: a se ivipe neașteptate
- Russian: появляться
- Spanish: aparecer
- Swedish: dyka upp
- Thai: มาแบบไม่คาดคิดมาก่อน
- Turkish: boy göstermek
- Ukrainian: з'являтися
- Vietnamese: xuất hiện
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