|turn you on
||arouse you, cause you to feel excited
||"What turns you on?" "Good books and nice girls."
|turn your back on
||turn away from, reject, turncoat
||When he became president, he turned his back on his friends.
|turn your crank
||interest you, inspire you
||Classical music turns his crank. He likes the great symphonies.
|turn your stomach
||make you feel sick, cause you to feel ill
||Watching you eat those oysters turns my stomach. Yuk!
|turn yourself in
||walk into a police station to tell them what you did, own up
||If you tell your counselor about the shooting, he'll advise you to turn yourself in.
||one who goes to work/fight/play for the opposing side, traitor
||That turncoat! He went to work for the competition - Sears.
||(See the turning point)
||the number of people, the size of the group
||There was a good turnout at the Writers' Club today: 20 people.
||increase the power, hop up, supercharge
||If we tweak the engine in this old Cortina, we'll have a sports car.
||small child or person, knee high to a grass...
||Ricky is just a twerp. He can ride on Grandpa's knee.