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    Question 'to turn up to' or 'for' an appointment?

    Hi all,

    Do clients turn up 'for' or 'to' an appointment? (Can show up be used here?)




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    Re: 'to turn up to' or 'for' an appointment?

    'Turn up/show up for an appointment.'

    Rover

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