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The example sentences of THE TURN in videos (15 in total of 204)

of preposition or subordinating conjunction microsoft proper noun, singular commissioned verb, past tense this determiner vessel noun, singular or mass around preposition or subordinating conjunction the determiner turn noun, singular or mass of preposition or subordinating conjunction the determiner century noun, singular or mass and coordinating conjunction she personal pronoun was verb, past tense delivered verb, past participle
these determiner proposals noun, plural finally adverb came verb, past tense to to fruition verb, base form at preposition or subordinating conjunction the determiner turn noun, singular or mass of preposition or subordinating conjunction the determiner century noun, singular or mass when wh-adverb the determiner pennsylvania noun, singular or mass
by preposition or subordinating conjunction the determiner time verb, base form you personal pronoun get verb, non-3rd person singular present to to the determiner mishnah noun, singular or mass which wh-determiner is verb, 3rd person singular present about preposition or subordinating conjunction the determiner turn noun, singular or mass of preposition or subordinating conjunction the determiner year noun, singular or mass 200 cardinal number about preposition or subordinating conjunction the determiner turn noun, singular or mass of preposition or subordinating conjunction the determiner
essentially adverb at preposition or subordinating conjunction the determiner turn noun, singular or mass of preposition or subordinating conjunction the determiner 20th adjective century noun, singular or mass john noun, singular or mass saner noun, singular or mass sought verb, past tense to to document verb, base form the determiner entire adjective
track noun, singular or mass , clip noun, singular or mass the determiner inside noun, singular or mass of preposition or subordinating conjunction the determiner track noun, singular or mass some determiner way noun, singular or mass through preposition or subordinating conjunction the determiner turn noun, singular or mass and coordinating conjunction exit noun, singular or mass the determiner turn noun, singular or mass on preposition or subordinating conjunction the determiner
from preposition or subordinating conjunction the determiner turn noun, singular or mass of preposition or subordinating conjunction the determiner century noun, singular or mass like preposition or subordinating conjunction various adjective high adjective country noun, singular or mass spiders noun, plural or coordinating conjunction partridge noun, singular or mass in preposition or subordinating conjunction orange adjective
a determiner little adverb less adverb, comparative purposeful adjective with preposition or subordinating conjunction the determiner turn noun, singular or mass - it personal pronoun 's verb, 3rd person singular present looking verb, gerund or present participle a determiner little adjective , like preposition or subordinating conjunction , movie noun, singular or mass villain noun, singular or mass .
through preposition or subordinating conjunction the determiner turn noun, singular or mass , and coordinating conjunction then adverb you personal pronoun are verb, non-3rd person singular present going verb, gerund or present participle to to release verb, base form the determiner end noun, singular or mass of preposition or subordinating conjunction the determiner turn noun, singular or mass , place noun, singular or mass the determiner pole noun, singular or mass ,
the determiner turn noun, singular or mass of preposition or subordinating conjunction the determiner 20th adjective century noun, singular or mass was verb, past tense the determiner last adjective true adjective golden adjective age noun, singular or mass of preposition or subordinating conjunction the determiner occult noun, singular or mass
around preposition or subordinating conjunction the determiner turn noun, singular or mass of preposition or subordinating conjunction the determiner century noun, singular or mass , they personal pronoun discovered verb, past tense that preposition or subordinating conjunction the determiner carbines noun, plural were verb, past tense incredibly adverb loud adjective
from preposition or subordinating conjunction the determiner beginning verb, gerund or present participle to to the determiner end noun, singular or mass of preposition or subordinating conjunction the determiner turn noun, singular or mass , all predeterminer the determiner way noun, singular or mass through preposition or subordinating conjunction ,
the determiner turn noun, singular or mass coordinator noun, singular or mass as preposition or subordinating conjunction opposed verb, past participle to to the determiner turn noun, singular or mass indicator noun, singular or mass will modal show verb, base form you personal pronoun that determiner rate noun, singular or mass of preposition or subordinating conjunction roll noun, singular or mass .
the determiner apex noun, singular or mass is verb, 3rd person singular present the determiner point noun, singular or mass where wh-adverb we personal pronoun 're verb, non-3rd person singular present closest adjective, superlative to to the determiner inside noun, singular or mass of preposition or subordinating conjunction the determiner turn noun, singular or mass ,
if preposition or subordinating conjunction you personal pronoun guys noun, plural do verb, non-3rd person singular present n't adverb make verb, base form the determiner turn noun, singular or mass , we personal pronoun 're verb, non-3rd person singular present gonna proper noun, singular have verb, non-3rd person singular present to to bring verb, base form a determiner tug noun, singular or mass out preposition or subordinating conjunction
it personal pronoun s proper noun, singular the determiner turn noun, singular or mass of preposition or subordinating conjunction the determiner fifth adjective century noun, singular or mass bce proper noun, singular and coordinating conjunction athens proper noun, singular just adverb invented verb, past tense democracy noun, singular or mass and coordinating conjunction kicked verb, past tense

Use "the turn" in a sentence | "the turn" example sentences

How to use "the turn" in a sentence?

  • Neither praise nor dispraise thy selfe, thy actins serve the turne. [Neither praise nor dispraise thyself; thy actions serve the turn.]
    -George Herbert-
  • Any one who is prosperous may by the turn of fortune's wheel become most wretched before evening.
    -Ammianus Marcellinus-
  • Fortune's wheel takes you very high and then throws you very low, and there is nothing you can do but face the turn of it with courage.
    -Philippa Gregory-
  • It's not magic! It's physics. The speed of the turn is what keeps you upright. It's like a spinning top.
    -Deborah Bull-
  • I reckon that women looked their best at the turn of the century.
    -Laura Ashley-
  • Since the turn of the 20th century, members of the Jewish community in Upper East Tennessee and Southwest Virginia have been meeting together to celebrate and worship.
    -Bill Jenkins-
  • We meet again, at the turn of the tide. A great storm is coming, but the tide has turned.
    -J. R. R. Tolkien-
  • The water rose further and dressed Simon's coarse hair with brightness. The line of his cheek silvered and the turn of his shoulder became sculptured marble.
    -William Golding-

English idiom

What does "the turn" mean?
"the turn" is an English idiom. Meaning "In Texas hold 'em (a variety of community card poker), the fourth card to be dealt face up following the flop."

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