Definition of 'turn off'
Example sentences containing 'turn off'
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To get home, she would turn down Beech Grove and then turn off after about a hundred yards, but she never got there. AFTERMATH (2001)He died about five years ago but when the Gulf War was on he insisted we turn off all the lights. GOING OUT (2002)Very serious... `I turn off the CD player, my bones not telling me that music is likely to be today's special. A MEANS TO EVIL
Amber said the first words of our trip just as I was about to turn off Laguna Canyon Road onto my street. SUMMER OF FEAR (1993)
She skirted London on the ring road and slipped easily into the Hertfordshire turn-off. AN OLDER WOMAN (2002)High up above the forest he found the turn-off that he was looking for. LOST SUMMER (2002)The more she thought about this, between St Antoine and the Aix-en-Provence turn-off, the more obvious it seemed. LAST SHOT (2002)
Translations for 'turn off'
British English: turn off /tɜːn ɒf/ VERB
If you turn off the road or path you are going along, you start going along a different road or path which leads away from it.
Turn off at the bridge.
- American English: turn off
- Arabic: يُطْفِئ
- Brazilian Portuguese: virar
- Chinese: 拐弯
- Croatian: isključiti se s ceste
- Czech: odbočit
- Danish: slukke for
- Dutch: afslaan
- European Spanish: cambiar de carretera apagar
- Finnish: poiketa tieltä
- French: tourner
- German: abschalten
- Greek: αλλάζω πορεία μηχάνημα
- Italian: spegnere
- Japanese: わき道へ入る
- Korean: 벗어나다
- Norwegian: slå av
- Polish: wyłączyć
- European Portuguese: virar
- Romanian: a se abate de la
- Russian: сворачивать
- Spanish: salirse apagar
- Swedish: stänga av
- Thai: เปลี่ยนไปทางใหม่
- Turkish: dönmek
- Ukrainian: вимикати
- Vietnamese: rẽ đi hướng khác
Definition of turn off from the Collins English Dictionary
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