||give to the manager, hand in
||When you leave our company, please turn in your uniform.
||go to bed, crash, hit the hay
||I'm going to turn in now. I'm very tired.
||become, change into, convert
||If you eat any more hotdogs you'll turn into a wiener!
|turn of the century
||(See the turn of the century)
||something that excites or arouses you
||Her voice was a turn-on for me. She has a sexy voice.
|turn on a dime
||turn sharply, turn quickly, do a 180
||An Alfa Romeo has excellent steering. It can turn on a dime.
|turn on you
||turn against you, change from friend to enemy
||If you preach your religion, they may get mad and turn on you.
||happen, develop, end up
||How did your cake turn out? Is it a good recipe?
||attend, show up
||Only 40% of the population turned out to vote.
|turn over a new leaf
||begin living by a new set of rules or values
||Since Bob stopped drinking he's turned over a new leaf.