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  1. Lacretstreet's Avatar

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    ...churns or turns...

    Hi, one of my co-workers said: “The sight of blood always churns my stomach” and another co-worker said that it is better to say: “The sight of blood turns my stomach”…which one is correct? …considering that the idea is vomiting when he sees blood. Thanks a lot!!

  2. DougLewis's Avatar

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    Re: ...churns or turns...

    Turns is the more common use.

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