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    a few collocations of "turn out"

    Dear teachers,

    Would you be kind enough to give me your considered opinion concerning the cited collocations of turn out in the following sentences?

    How did this game turn out?

    Don't worry Iím sure it will turn out well.

    turn out = result

    It turned out that they were away on a trip.

    The test turned out to be positive.

    He turned out an excellent actor.

    turn out = prove to be, found to be

    I noticed a beautifully turned out woman.

    turn out = equip, outfit

    A large crowd turned out for her first concert.

    All the teachers and pupils turned out to welcome the celebrity.

    The whole town turned out to see it.

    turn out = go out into the streets

    You must to give all the rooms a good turn-out twice a week.

    give a good turn up = clean up thoroughly

    Publishers of the book stand by; ready to turn out a huge new edition.

    turn out = issue, publish

    They turn out so many typewriters a day.

    turn out = produce

    We must to turn out at five o'clock every day.

    turn out = get out of bed

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    Re: a few collocations of "turn out"

    How did this game turn out?
    Don't worry Iím sure it will turn out well.
    turn out = End. Finish. Conclude.

    It turned out that they were away on a trip.
    The test turned out to be positive.
    He turned out (to be)an excellent actor. (Otherwise he could be an acting trainer or coach, and turn out (produce, create) an excellent actor)
    turned out = proved to be, was found to be

    I noticed a beautifully turned out woman.
    turned out = well-dressed
    A large crowd turned out for her first concert.
    All the teachers and pupils turned out to welcome the celebrity.
    The whole town turned out to see it.
    turn out = show up, gather

    You must to give all the rooms a good turn-out twice a week. ?
    give a good turn up = clean up thoroughly. Never heard it... a good turn-out means a good percentage of attendance.
    Publishers of the book stand by ready to turn out a huge new edition.
    turn out = issue
    They turn out so many typewriters a day.
    turn out = produce
    We must to turn out at five o'clock every day.
    turn out = show up somewhere, probably at work.
    get up at five. Maybe some folks use turn-out to mean get up, it sounds like military jargon if anything. )


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