Idiom: Turn a new leaf
Meaning: If someone turns a new leaf, they change their behaviour and stop doing wrong or bad things.Country: International English | Subject Area: Plants & Flowers | Usage Type: Both or All Words Used
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- Turn the other cheek
- Take a leaf out of someone's book
- Turn a blind eye
- In turn
- Turn the crack
- Turn something on its head
- Buggles' turn
- Turn someone's crank
- Turn back the clock
- At every turn
- Turn your nose up
- Turn the tables
- Turn up like a bad penny
- Turn a deaf ear
- Turn the corner
- Turn-up for the books
- One good turn deserves another
- Turn water into wine
- Turn up one's toes to the daisies
- Turn turtle
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