Dear teachers,

Would you be kind enough to tell me whether I am right with my interpretation of the expressions in bold in the following sentences?

In the life of each of us there were moments when a long preparation to any meaningful or interesting event - or even just a long wait itself - turning out nothing.

turn out = be found to be in the end; also, end up, result

His father turned him out of the house.

If you don't behave, you will be turned out.

turn out = to make leave or go away

He turned out his pockets looking for the money.

Robbers turned out all the drawers in the house in a search for jewels

turn out = to turn inside out; empty

The printing press turns out a thousand books an hour.

Sally can turn out a cake in no time.

Martin turns out a poem each week for the school paper.

turn out = to make; produce

At camp the boys had to turn out early and go to bed early too.

turn out = to get out of bed

Everybody turned out for the big parade.

Many boys turned out for football practice.

turn out = to come or go out to see or do something

The noise turned out to be just the dog scratching at the door.

Her guess turned out to be right.

turn out = to prove to be

Please turn out the lights.

turn out = to make (a light) go out

Thank you for your efforts.