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    correction

    Turn over - Give to the authorities
    Example:
    The courst ordered the company to TURN OVER their financial records.


    Please could you correct the misprint?

    Another question. In an English grammar book, the meaning of 'turn over' is given as 'changing TV channels'. Is this correct? If so, is it to be included with the above?
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    Re: correction

    Turn over - Give to the authorities
    Yes, that it one definition of "turn over"

    Example:
    The court ordered the company to TURN OVER its financial records.
    (one company = its)

    Please could you correct the misprint? I made a correction to the sentence.

    Another question. In an English grammar book, the meaning of 'turn over' is given as 'changing TV channels'. Is this correct? If so, is it to be included with the above?
    Turn the channel is a common expression. Yes, it can be included in the definition you listed above. Do you have a dictionary? There are many meanings of the words "turn over"

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    Re: correction

    Quote Originally Posted by susiedqq View Post
    Turn over - Give to the authorities
    Yes, that it one definition of "turn over"

    Example:
    The court ordered the company to TURN OVER its financial records.
    (one company = its)

    Please could you correct the misprint? I made a correction to the sentence.
    I'm sorry but I wasn't very clear. I was referring to https://www.usingenglish.com/reference/phrasal-verbs/turn+over.html

    Another question. In an English grammar book, the meaning of 'turn over' is given as 'changing TV channels'. Is this correct? If so, is it to be included with the above?
    Turn the channel is a common expression. Yes, it can be included in the definition you listed above. Do you have a dictionary? There are many meanings of the words "turn over"
    q

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