1. turn off
turn off the radio please, I'd like to read.
means to lose concentration and stop being interested in it, e.g. if you’re reading a boring book you might turn off... We also say ‘turn off’ for TVs, lights, radios etc
Please turn off the music. It's too loud.
There's nothing on. Shall I turn off the TV?
Can we turn off the cameras
I wish people would turn off their mobiles in the cinema.
Please turn off your computer
We always turn off the water and electricity at home before we go on holiday.
turn off the tap
Don't forget to turn off the TV before you leave the house.
You have to turn off your phone now.
Why did you turn off the road?
Could you turn off the light, please?
turn off the water when you brush your teeth
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3. to put out
to put out a candle/cigarette/light
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4. to switch off
Her job is really stressful and she finds it hard to switch off when she comes home.
Don't forget to switch off the TV before you go to bed.
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5. turn out
Don’t worry – everything will turn out okay.
1. turn out that, turn out to be
What seems useless may turn out to be useful.
it's too soon to say how it will turn out
It can be scary, but it can also turn out really amazing. / 2. It turned out I was right.
It can be scary, but it can also turn out really amazing. / 2. It turned out I was right. / 3. But, as it turns out, I'm pregnant... just a few months.
It turned out that they weren't cousins, after all. She didn't turn out to her wedding. I tuned out and went to school.
We trusted him but he turn out to be a thief.
it turn out that/ a lot of turned out of the palace
His unbelievable story turn out to be true.
How did the wedding ceremony turn out?
it turn out that I have to move to London
They want them to turn out high quality products.
The party did not turn out well.
The film surprised me because it didn’t turn out as I had expected.
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