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Present participle for to turn or topple to the side or upside down
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“Heavy seas broke over the Cleopatra and her ballast shifted, causing the vessel to turn over on her beam ends.”
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Present participle for to give or transfer possession of something to another
“He was subsequently served with an order directing him to turn over the goods to the receiver.”
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Present participle for to entrust someone or something to (another)
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“In any event, the Company refused to turn over the records to the Union.”
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Present participle for to ponder or think about
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“In the morning, he would turn over in his mind the day's work and would consider how to deal with it.”
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(informal) Present participle for to rob a place by ransacking it
“Three masked burglars would turn over the office, stealing a TV and video camera after tying up the security guard.”
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(in a place) Present participle for to look thoroughly for something
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Present participle for to transfer responsibility, typically to a higher authority
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Present participle for to turn up the earth of an area of land, especially before sowing
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Present participle for to defeat in unexpected circumstances
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Present participle for to transfer goods or provide services in exchange for money
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Present participle for to run or idle smoothly, or turn over effortlessly
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Present participle for to endow with a quality, ability, or asset
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Present participle for to pay a tithe or tithes
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Present participle for to physically fold or bend something over
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Present participle for to start up a machine, vehicle, process, etc.
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Present participle for to fold or bend something over, especially so that it comes in contact with itself
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Present participle for to speak in order to give information or express ideas or feelings
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(experiment with or on) Present participle for to perform an experimental procedure, especially for scientific purposes
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Present participle for to transfer goods or provide services in exchange for money
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Present participle for to quickly look or skim through reading material
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Present participle for to surrender to arguments, demands, or pressure
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(British, informal) Present participle for to tell, or inform, on (someone)
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The sending of a matter to an authority for decision or consideration
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