Sự đổi hướng.sự rẽ; chỗ ngoặt, chỗ rẽ
Chiều hướng, sự diễn biến
Ngoaị động từ
Quay về, hướng về, ngoảnh về
Quành, đi quanh, đi vòng, rẽ ngoặt
Dịch, đổi, biến, chuyển
Làm say sưa, làm hoa lên, làm điên cuồng
Nội động từ
Quay về, đi về, ngoặt, rẽ, đổi chiều, đổi hướng
Trở nên, trở thành, đổi thành, biến thành
Buồn nôn, buồn mửa, lợm giọng
Quay cuồng, hoa lên(đầu óc)
Cấu Trúc từ
- lần lượt, luân phiên
- (quân sự) đằng sau quay!
- gấp (trang sách); gập xuống; bẻ (cổ áo); lui (bấc dèn); lâp úp (chụp đèn...)
- (thông tục) gạt bỏ, bác bỏ (lời đề nghị...)
- Đánh hỏng (một thí sinh)
- khoá, tắt, căt (đèn, radiô, điện, nước...)
- Đuổi ra, thải (người làm)
- (từ lóng) cho cưới
- (từ lóng) treo cổ (người có tội.)
- Ngoặt , rẽ, đi hướng khác
- bật, vặn, mở,( đèn , radio, điện, nước…)
- Chống lại, trở thành thù địch với::
- đuổi ra, thải,( người làm)
- Sản xuất(hàng hoá)
- Dốc ra(túi)
- Đưa ra đồng(trâu, bò)
- Gọi ra
- (thông tục) ngủ dậy, trở dậy
- Đình công
Doanh thu, mua ra bán vào
- lật lên;xắn,vén(tay áo…)
- Xới (đât..)
- Coi thường/kinh thường những thứ không bằng mình, hoặc không đủ tiêu chuẩn cho mình
Toán & tin
Giải thích VN: Điểm rẽ biểu diễn sự chuyển tiếp từ liên kết mạng này sang liên kết mạng khác tại một nút mạng. Điểm rẽ biểu diễn mối quan hệ giữa các liên kết mạng, chứ không phải là sự trừu tượng một thực thể vật lý ngoài thực tế. Các đặc tính của một điểm rẽ được lưu trong bảng "điểm rẽ".
- turn impedance
- trở kháng điểm rẽ
Kỹ thuật chung
- turn interval
- phiên tưới
- left hand turn
- sự quay trái
- one-turn stair
- cầu thang quay một lần
- quarter-turn stair
- cầu thang quay 900
- rough turn
- sự quay sơ bộ
- single turn ring
- vòng quay đơn
- smooth turn
- sự quay trơn
- staircase of quarter-turn type 90o
- cầu thang quay góc 90 độ
- tough turn
- sự quay thô
- turn about
- lật (quay 1800)
- turn around
- quay trở lại
- turn back
- quay ngược trở lại
- turn mold blowing
- sự thổi khuôn quay
- turn mould blowing
- sự thổi khuôn quay
- turn round speed
- tốc độ vòng quay
- turn table press
- máy nén kiểu bàn quay
- turn to
- quay về
- turn-and-flap device
- cơ cấu quay-lật
- sự quay tròn
- sự quay vòng
- turn-in rate
- độ quay
- turn-out road loop
- bản lề quay
- sự quay vòng (toa xe)
- turn-over-type molding machine
- máy làm khuôn có đế quay
- u turn
- quay 180 độ
- u turn
- quay 1800
- u turn
- sự quay ngược
sự quay vòng
- sự quay vòng (toa xe)
Giải thích VN: Một mạch dây đầy đủ.
- amount of turn
- độ cong đường vòng
- ampe vòng
- ampere turn
- ampe vòng
- climb turn
- sự lượn vòng lên cao
- emergency turn
- sự lượn vòng khẩn cấp
- flat turn
- sự lượn vòng rộng
- full turn road loop
- đoạn đường ngoặt vòng tròn
- multiple turn ring
- vòng xoắn nhiều lớp
- number of turn
- số vòng (dây)
- one-turn lock
- ổ khóa vặn một vòng
- rate of turn
- tốc độ bay vòng
- round turn and two haft-hitches
- một vòng tròn và hai nửa nút (nút dây)
- shorted turn
- vòng ngắn mạch
- single turn ring
- vòng quay đơn
- steep turn
- sự lượn vòng dốc
- turn interval
- vòng tưới
- turn round speed
- tốc độ vòng quay
- sự quay vòng
- đường vòng
- sự quay vòng (toa xe)
- turn-to-turn test
- thử nghiệm giữa vòng dây
Đồng nghĩa Tiếng Anh
Rotate, revolve, spin, roll, reel, circle, gyrate, whirl,wheel, go (a)round or about, pivot, swivel: The earth turns onits axis. Turn the crank to raise the bucket.
Reverse, turn (a)round, alter, change, adapt,reorganize, remodel, modify, refashion, reshape, reform,transform, make over, convert, bring over: He has been tryingto turn the business into a profit-making enterprise. He hasturned defeat into advance. She managed to turn one of the mostloyal membrs of the government. 4 go or pass or move (a)round,veer, drive, walk: Turn left at the corner.
Go bad, becomerancid, spoil, curdle, addle, sour, decay, moulder, rot,putrefy, Colloq go off: All the milk in the fridge had turnedbecause of the power cut.
Sometimes, turn aside or away. block, avert, thwart, prevent,balk or baulk, parry, deflect, fend off, check: He deftlyturned aside the thrust of the dagger.
Form, make up,fashion, formulate, construct, cast, create, coin, concoct,express: Donald certainly knows how to turn a felicitousphrase.
Twist, wind, snake, curve, bend, arc,coil, loop, meander, zigzag: The road turned this way and that,following the river bank.
Turn against. defy, mutiny, rebel,revolt, rise (up) against: The captain had not expected thefirst mate to turn against him, too. 13 turn back. a reverse,repulse, repel, rebuff, drive back, beat back: At last weturned back the enemy's advance. b go back, retrace (one's)steps, return: We must turn back before it is too late.
Turn down. a refuse, reject, rebuff, decline, deny: My requestfor help was turned down. b decrease or diminish or lessen orlower or soften the sound of: Turn down the radio, I'm on thephone.
Turn in. a go to bed or sleep, retire, withdraw,call it a day, Slang hit the sack or the hay: I usually turn inby eleven o'clock. b hand in or over, turn over, deliver, givein, submit, offer, proffer, tender, give back, return,surrender, yield: Please turn in your visitors' badges beforeyou leave. c turn over, deliver (up), inform on, betray, Colloqsqueal on, rat on, finger, tell on: For enough money, he'd turnin his own mother.
Turn into. a turn to, become, changeinto or to, metamorphose into or to: Right before her, theprince turned into a frog again. b go or come into, drive into,pull into, walk into: They lost sight of the suspect when heturned into a side-street.
Turn off. a stop, switch off,deactivate, discontinue; extinguish: First turn off the water,then the light. b disillusion, depress, cool (off), disenchant,disaffect, alienate, repel, repulse, bore, offend, put off,displease, sicken, nauseate, disgust: People who don't brushtheir teeth turn me off. c deviate, diverge: When you come tothe fork, turn off to the right.
Turn on. a start (up),switch on, energize, activate, set in motion, cause to functionor operate: Turn on the light. b depend on or upon, becontingent on, hinge on or upon, be subject to: The success ofthe venture turns on our ability to capitalize it. c excite,thrill, arouse, stimulate, titillate, work up, impassion: Hewas really turned on by the girl in the bar.
Turn on orupon. a concern, revolve about, relate to: The discussionturned on his ability to write music. b be hostile to, attack,assail, set upon, Colloq tear into: Oliver is so unpopular thathis own dog turned on him and bit him. 20 turn out. a make,form, shape, construct, build, fabricate, put together,assemble, manufacture, produce, put out, bring out: The plantturns out a thousand cars a week. b develop, evolve, eventuate,happen, result, prove, occur, end up, arise: As it turned out,he lost anyway. It turns out that he knows my sister. c eject,evict, throw out, expel, oust, dismiss, terminate, cashier,Colloq fire, sack, kick out, axe, Brit turf out: When theyfound I wasn't a member, they turned me out. d dress, fit out,equip, rig out, accoutre or US also accouter: She was wellturned out in a beautiful ball gown. e come, arrive, appear,attend, assemble, meet, Colloq show (up), surface:
Turn over. a consider,muse or ruminate over or about, revolve, ponder (over): Ineeded a while to turn over the job offer in my mind. breverse, invert, turn upside down: Turn over the clock and readthe inscription on the bottom. c overturn, upset, knock over:In my haste, I turned over the punch bowl. d sell, merchandise:A shop in that location ought to turn over a million a year. erotate, revolve, spin, kick over: The engine turns over, but itwon't start.
Turn tail. run away, flee, bolt, scoot, show aclean pair of heels, cut and run, take to (one's) heels, beat ahasty retreat, Colloq take off, beat it, scram, skedaddle: Heturned tail when I shouted for help.
Turn to. a appeal to,apply to, resort to: She turned to me for help. b advert to,refer to, pick or take up, have recourse to: Please turn toyour exercise books now. c get to work, pitch in, buckle orknuckle down: The neighbours turned to in helping clean up themess after the storm. d turn into, change to, convert into,become: Lot's wife was turned to salt.
Turn turtle.capsize, overturn, keel over, upset, up-end, Colloq go bottomsup: The overloaded barge turned turtle and sank in the river.25 turn up. a surface, appear, arrive, Colloq show (up), showone's face: Guess who turned up at our wedding? b come up,arise, Colloq crop up, pop up: Something will turn up soon foryou. c uncover, discover, find, unearth, come across, hit upon,dig up, expose, disclose, reveal, bring to light: We turned upa formerly unknown fact about the shipwreck. d increase orraise or amplify or intensify the sound of: Turn up the TV - Ican't hear what they're saying.
Revolution, rotation, cycle, spin, whirl, circuit,round, roll, twirl; pirouette: He gave the top another turn,just to make sure it was on securely.
Curve, bend, turning,corner, sinuosity, dog-leg, hairpin bend or curve, irregularity,meander, twist, zigzag, Colloq toing and froing: There are manydangerous turns on that road.
Deviation, turning, detour, shift, change of direction orcourse: A turn to the right is not permitted at this corner.30 opportunity, chance, say, round, spell, time, watch, shift,stint, tour (of duty), move, trick, Colloq whack, crack, shot,go: You have had your turn, now let someone else go.
Drive,spin, ride; airing, constitutional, ramble, saunter, stroll,walk, promenade, amble: Let's take a short turn round the park.32 trend, direction, drift: The conversation took a new turn.33 change, alteration, switch: The doctor says that Valerie hastaken a turn for the better.
Usually, bad turn. disservice,harm, injury, wrong: If you do someone a bad turn, what can youexpect?
Usually, good turn. favour, (good) deed, act (ofkindness), courtesy, boon, mercy: One good turn deservesanother.
Disposition, inclination, bent, bias, leaning,tendency: Alistair is of a rather dour turn of mind tonight.39 at every turn. everywhere, constantly, always, all the time:In Scotland, we met with kindness and hospitality at every turn.40 by turns. alternately, reciprocally, in rotation,successively, in succession: The book is fascinating andfrustrating by turns.
In turn. sequentially, one after theother, in succession, successively, in (proper) order: Eachpatient will be treated in turn.
Out of turn. a out ofsequence, out of order: I don't want you answering questionsout of proper turn, Jonathan. b imprudently, indiscreetly,improperly, disobediently, inappropriately: I apologize if I amspeaking out of turn on this issue.
Tr. & intr. move around a point or axis so thatthe point or axis remains in a central position; give a rotarymotion to or receive a rotary motion (turned the wheel; thewheel turns; the key turns in the lock).
Tr. & intr. changein position so that a different side, end, or part becomesoutermost or uppermost etc.; invert or reverse or cause to beinverted or reversed (turned inside out; turned it upside down).3 a tr. give a new direction to (turn your face this way). bintr. take a new direction (turn left here; my thoughts haveoften turned to you).
Intr. & tr. (foll. by into) change in nature,form, or condition to (turned into a dragon; then turned himinto a frog; turned the book into a play).
Intr. (foll. byto) a apply oneself to; set about (turned to doing the ironing).b have recourse to; begin to indulge in habitually (turned todrink; turned to me for help). c go on to consider next (let usnow turn to your report).
Intr. & tr. become or cause tobecome (turned hostile; has turned informer; your comment turnedthem angry).
A tr. & intr. (foll. by against) make or becomehostile to (has turned them against us). b intr. (foll. by on,upon) become hostile to; attack (suddenly turned on them).
Tr. cause (milk) to become sour,(the stomach) to be nauseated, or (the head) to become giddy.14 tr. translate (turn it into French).
Tr. pass theage or time of (he has turned 40; it has now turned 4 o'clock).17 intr. (foll. by on) depend on; be determined by (it all turnson the weather tomorrow).
Tr. send or put into a specifiedplace or condition; cause to go (was turned loose; turned thewater out into a basin).
Intr. Golf begin the second half of a round.27 tr. (esp. as turned adj.) Printing invert (type) to make itappear upside down (a turned comma).
Tr. pass round (theflank etc. of an army) so as to attack it from the side or rear.29 intr. (of the tide) change from flood to ebb or vice versa.
A a changed or a changeof direction or tendency (took a sudden turn to the left). b adeflection or deflected part (full of twists and turns).
An opportunityor obligation etc. that comes successively to each of severalpersons etc. (your turn will come; my turn to read).
Printing a inverted type as a temporarysubstitute for a missing letter. b a letter turned wrong sideup.
A Brit. the difference between the buying and sellingprice of stocks etc. b a profit made from this.
Inappropriately; inadvisedly or tactlessly (did I speak out ofturn?). take turns (or take it in turns) act or workalternately or in succession. to a turn (esp. cooked) toexactly the right degree etc. turn about move so as to face ina new direction. turn-about n.
An abrupt change of policy etc. turn and turn aboutalternately. turn around esp. US = turn round. turn away 1turn to face in another direction.
Refuse to accept; reject.3 send away. turn back 1 begin or cause to retrace one's steps.2 fold back. turn one's back on see BACK. turn-bench awatchmaker's portable lathe. turn-buckle a device for tightlyconnecting parts of a metal rod or wire. turn-cap a revolvingchimney-top. turn the corner 1 pass round it into anotherstreet.
Pass the critical point in an illness, difficulty,etc. turn a deaf ear see DEAF. turn down 1 reject (a proposal,application, etc.).
Placedownwards. turn-down (of a collar) turned down. turn one'shand to see HAND. turn a person's head see HEAD. turn anhonest penny see HONEST. turn in 1 hand in or return.
Colloq. abandon (a plan etc.). turn in one'sgrave see GRAVE(1). turn off 1 a stop the flow or operation of(water, electricity, etc.) by means of a tap, switch, etc. boperate (a tap, switch, etc.) to achieve this.
Colloq. something that repels orcauses a loss of interest. turn of speed the ability to go fastwhen necessary. turn on 1 a start the flow or operation of(water, electricity, etc.) by means of a tap, switch, etc. boperate (a tap, switch, etc.) to achieve this.
Tr. & intr.colloq. intoxicate or become intoxicated with drugs. turn-on n.colloq. a person or thing that causes (esp. sexual) arousal.turn on one's heel see HEEL(1). turn out 1 expel.
(often foll. by to + infin. or that +clause) prove to be the case; result (turned out to be true; weshall see how things turn out).
Mil. call (a guard) from theguardroom. turn over 1 reverse or cause to reverse verticalposition; bring the under or reverse side into view (turn overthe page).
(foll. by to) transfer the care or conduct of (aperson or thing) to (a person) (shall turn it all over to mydeputy; turned him over to the authorities).
Do business tothe amount of (turns over œ5000 a week). turn over a new leafimprove one's conduct or performance. turn round 1 turn so asto face in a new direction.
A Commerce unload and reload (aship, vehicle, etc.). b receive, process, and send out again;cause to progress through a system.
A the process of loading andunloading. b the process of receiving, processing, and sendingout again; progress through a system.
The reversal of anopinion or tendency. turn the scales see SCALE(2). turn thetables see TABLE. turn tail turn one's back; run away. turnthe tide reverse the trend of events. turn to set about one'swork (came home and immediately turned to). turn to account seeACCOUNT. turn turtle see TURTLE. turn up 1 increase the volumeor strength of (sound, heat, etc.) by turning a knob etc.
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