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    turn(on) my head

    Hi

    She turned me on my head / She turned my head

    --- Do they mean the same?

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    Re: turn(on) my head

    Quote Originally Posted by GUEST2008 View Post
    Hi

    She turned me on my head to me, this says, 'She turned me upside down.' (She had such an impact on me (love, shock, surprise) that I felt completely disoriented.)/ Perhaps related to the expression 'head over heels in love'
    She turned my head: this has two meanings: 1. she caused me to have an undeservedly high opinion of myself, or 2. She caused me to stop and gaze after her (usually because she was so beautiful).

    --- Do they mean the same? No.
    I hope this helps,

    Petra

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