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turned
[tɜːnd] [tɜːrnd]

  • adj. 被转动的;变质的;车削的
  • v. 使变成(turn的过去式);转动

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  转过

费事跨行转过(Turned)的见告下你们是多长时候到账的?要了解一个人,只需要看他的出发点与目的地是否相同,就可以知道他是否真心的。

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  转头

沪期锌主力一度落于日均线下方,午时休市时电锌转头(Turned)进取,节欲戒怒,是保身法,收敛安静,是治家法,随便自然,是省事法,行善修心是出世法。守此四法,结局通达。

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  扭头

我无意中扭头(Turned)一看,竟然是琼。人们可以为一个陌路人的点滴帮助而感激不尽,却无视朝夕相处的老板的种种恩惠,将其视之为理所当然。

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  车削的

... turndown折叠式的;关闭 turned车削的;旋成的 turned-downcoupling带倒鱼的接箍 ...

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短语

turned position 转动位置

turned off 使转变方向 ; 关闭 ; 关掉 ; 避开

turned suddenly 打了急转弯

turned from 转过身 ; 转身从

turned work [木] 旋木工件

turned sorts 倒放铅字

turned around 转过身

turned one 把头别了过去

turned company 翻牌公司

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turned

  • adj.
    • moved around an axis or center
    • in an unpalatable state

      同义词: off sour

以上来源于: WordNet

 柯林斯英汉双解大词典 

  VERB AND NOUN USES

turn /tɜːn/ CET4 TEM4 ( turning, turned, turns )

  • 1. 

    V-T/V-I When you turn or when you turn part of your body, you move your body or part of your body so that it is facing in a different or opposite direction. 转动 (身体); 转身

    例:

    He turned abruptly and walked away.

    他突然转身走开了。

    例:

    He sighed, turning away and surveying the sea.

    他叹了口气,转过身去,眺望着大海。

  • 2. 

    PHRASAL VERB Turn around means the same as turn. 转身

    例:

    I felt a tapping on my shoulder and I turned around.

    我感到有人拍了一下我的肩膀,于是转过身去。

  • 3. 

    V-T When you turn something, you move it so that it is facing in a different or opposite direction, or is in a very different position. 使转向

    例:

    They turned their telescopes toward other nearby galaxies.

    他们把望远镜转向附近的其他星系。

    例:

    She had turned the bedside chair to face the door.

    她已经把那张床边的椅子转过来对着门。

  • 4. 

    V-T/V-I When something such as a wheel turns, or when you turn it, it continually moves around in a particular direction. 转动

    例:

    As the wheel turned, the potter shaped the clay.

    随着轮子的转动,制陶工人给黏土塑形。

  • 5. 

    V-T/V-I When you turn something such as a key, knob, or switch, or when it turns, you hold it and twist your hand, in order to open something or make it start working. 转动 (开启)

    例:

    Turn the key three times to the right.

    把那钥匙向右转3次。

    例:

    Turn the heat to very low and cook for 20 minutes.

    把炉火转到很低,煮上20分钟。

  • 6. 

    V-T/V-I When you turn in a particular direction or turn a corner, you change the direction in which you are moving or travelling. 转向; 拐弯

    例:

    He turned into the narrow street where he lived.

    他拐进了他住的那条狭窄的街道。

    例:

    Now turn right to follow West Ferry Road.

    现在向右转沿着西渡口路走。

  • 7. 

    N-COUNT Turn is also a noun. 转向; 拐弯

    例:

    You can't do a right-hand turn here.

    你不能在这里右转弯。

  • 8. 

    V-I The point where a road, path, or river turns is the point where it has a bend or curve in it. (路或河流) 转弯

    例:

    ...the corner where Tenterfield Road turned into the main road.

    …坦特菲尔德路转向主干道的那个拐角。

  • 9. 

    N-COUNT Turn is also a noun. 转弯

    例:

    ...a sharp turn in the road.

    …公路上的一个急转弯。

  • 10. 

    V-I When the tide turns, it starts coming in or going out. (潮水) 涨; 落

    例:

    There was not much time before the tide turned.

    没过多少时间就退潮了。

  • 11. 

    V-T When you turn a page of a book or magazine, you move it so that it is flat against the previous page, and you can read the next page. 翻动 (书页)

    例:

    He turned the pages of a file in front of him.

    他翻着面前的一份档案。

  • 12. 

    V-T If you turn a weapon or an aggressive feeling on someone, you point it at them or direct it at them. 把 (武器或挑衅的情绪) 指向

    例:

    He tried to turn the gun on me.

    他试图把枪对着我。

  • 13. 

    V-I If you turn to a particular page in a book or magazine, you open it at that page. 翻到 (某页)

    例:

    To order, turn to page 236.

    要订货,请翻到第236页。

  • 14. 

    V-T/V-I If you turn your attention or thoughts to a particular subject or if you turn to it, you start thinking about it or discussing it. (注意力) 转向

    例:

    We turned our attention to the practical matters relating to forming a company.

    我们把注意力转向了与组建公司有关的实际问题上。

    例:

    We turn now to our primary question.

    我们现在转到我们的主要问题上。

  • 15. 

    V-I If you turn to someone, you ask for their help or advice. 求助于

    例:

    For assistance, they turned to one of the city's most innovative museums.

    为了寻求帮助,他们求助于该市最具创新精神的博物馆中的一座。

  • 16. 

    V-I If you turn to a particular activity, job, or way of doing something, you start doing or using it. 开始做; 开始用

    例:

    These communities are now turning to recycling as a cheaper alternative to landfills.

    这些社区现正开始用回收这种较为廉价的方法替代废物填埋法。

  • 17. 

    V-T/V-I To turn or be turned into something means to become that thing. 变成 (某物)

    例:

    A prince turns into a frog in this cartoon fairytale.

    在这部卡通童话片里,一位王子变成了一只青蛙。

  • 18. 

    V-LINK You can use turn before an adjective to indicate that something or someone changes by acquiring the quality described by the adjective. 变得 (接形容词)

    例:

    If the bailiff thinks that things could turn nasty he will enlist the help of the police.

    如果司法官认为情况可能会变糟,他会寻求警方帮助。

  • 19. 

    V-LINK If something turns a particular colour or if something turns it a particular color, it becomes that color. 变成 (某种颜色)

    例:

    The sea would turn pale pink and the sky blood red.

    大海将变成浅粉色,而天空将变成血红色。

  • 20. 

    V-LINK You can use turn to indicate that there is a change to a particular kind of weather. For example, if it turns cold, the weather starts being cold. (天气) 变得

    例:

    If it turns cold, cover the plants.

    如果天气变冷,就把植物盖起来。

  • 21. 

    N-COUNT If a situation or trend takes a particular kind of turn, it changes so that it starts developing in a different or opposite way. (情况的) 变化

    例:

    The scandal took a new turn over the weekend.

    这一丑闻在周末时发生了新的变化。

  • 22. 

    V-T If a business turns a profit, it earns more money than it spends. 赚取 [商业] [no passive]

    例:

    The firm will be able to pay off its debts and still turn a modest profit.

    该公司将能够还清其债务,而且还会稍有赢利。

  • 23. 

    V-T When someone turns a particular age, they pass that age. When it turns a particular time, it passes that time. 达到 (一定的年龄或时间)

    例:

    It was his ambition to accumulate a million dollars before he turned thirty.

    他的雄心是在30岁以前积攒100万美元。

  • 24. 

    N-SING Turn is used in expressions such as the turn of the century and the turn of the year to refer to a period of time when one century or year is ending and the next one is beginning. (世纪或年代的) 交替时期

    例:

    They fled to South America around the turn of the century.

    他们在世纪之交时逃往南美。

  • 25. 

    N-COUNT If it is your turn to do something, you now have the duty, chance, or right to do it, when other people have done it before you or will do it after you. (多人依次) 轮到的机会

    例:

    Tonight it's my turn to cook.

    今晚轮到我做饭。

  • 26. 

    → see also turning

  PHRASES

turn /tɜːn/ ( turns )

  • N-COUNT

  • 1. 

    PHRASE If there is a particular turn of events, a particular series of things happen. 形势的变化

    例:

    They were horrified at this unexpected turn of events.

    他们对出乎意料的形势变化感到震惊。

  • 2. 

    PHRASE If you say that something happens at every turn, you are emphasizing that it happens frequently or all the time, usually so that it prevents you from achieving what you want. 常常; 总是 [强调]

    例:

    Its operations were hampered at every turn by inadequate numbers of trained staff.

    它的运转常常因受过培训的员工人数不够而受到限制。

  • 3. 

    PHRASE If you do someone a good turn, you do something that helps or benefits them. 有利的事

    例:

    He did you a good turn by resigning.

    他辞职对你有利。

  • 4. 

    PHRASE You use in turn to refer to actions or events that are in a sequence one after the other, for example, because one causes the other. 转而

    例:

    One of the members of the surgical team leaked the story to a fellow physician who, in turn, confided in a reporter.

    该外科小组的一名成员把此事泄露给一个同行医生,而后者转而又将此透露给了一位记者。

  • 5. 

    PHRASE If each person in a group does something in turn, they do it one after the other in a fixed or agreed order. 依次地

    例:

    There were cheers for each of the women as they spoke in turn.

    女士们依次发言时,每一位都得到了喝彩。

  • 6. 

    PHRASE If two or more people take turns to do something, they do it one after the other several times, rather than doing it together. 轮流

    例:

    We took turns driving.

    我们轮流驾驶。

  • 7. 

    PHRASE If a situation takes a turn for the worse, it suddenly becomes worse. If a situation takes a turn for the better, it suddenly becomes better. 突然变坏; 突然变好

    例:

    Her condition took a sharp turn for the worse.

    她的病情突然急剧恶化。

词组短语同近义词

turned out 打扮好的;穿戴好的;结果证明(turn out的过去式)

turned up 出现;找到

be turned into adj. 被转化为-

turned in 缩小;上床睡觉;包边

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  • In other words, what matters here in changing the pressure volume product? What matters is we turned some reactants into some products.

    换句话说,在改变压强和体积的乘积时,发生了什么?所发生的是我们,把一些反应物变成了生成物。

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  • And it's literally, for about a month, the whole city is being turned into a massive collection of theatres.

    大约是一个月,整个城市都变成了一个宏大的戏剧的作品集。

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词组短语

turned out 打扮好的;穿戴好的;结果证明(turn out的过去式)

turned up 出现;找到

be turned into adj. 被转化为-

turned in 缩小;上床睡觉;包边

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