Synonyms of 'turn'
in the sense of hurt
Did they hurt you?
in the sense of influence
to persuade or induce
The conference influenced us to launch the campaign.
in the sense of injure
to hurt physically or mentally
A bomb exploded, seriously injuring five people.
in the sense of jaunt
a pleasure trip or outing
I decided to take a jaunt down to Long Beach.
in the sense of jolt
a severe shock
The business needed such a jolt
in the sense of knack
an ability to do something difficult with apparent ease
He's got the knack of getting people to listen.
in the sense of leaning
a tendency or inclination
I always had a leaning towards sport.
in the sense of loop
to make into a loop
He looped the rope over the wood.
in the sense of make-up
the arrangement of the parts of something
the chemical make-up of the atmosphere
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Thesaurus for turn from the Collins English Thesaurus