turn\ over

turn\ over
1. III
1) turn over smth. /smth. over/
1)
turn over the pages of a book переворачивать страницы книги; turn over a field (the soil) перепахать поле (землю) id turn over a new leaf начать все сначала, начать новую жизнь
2) turn over smth. /smth. over/ he turned over the car (the motor, etc.) он переделал /перебрал/ машину и т.д.
3) turn over a certain sun or amount turn over a big sum иметь большей оборот
2. IV
1) turn oner smth. /smth. over/ in some state turn over the table (a chair, etc.) in the dark перевернуть /опрокинуть/ стол и т.д. в темноте
2) turn over a certain sum or amount in some time the business turns over several thousands a year ( t 200 a week, etc.) оборот фирмы составляет несколько тысяч в год и т.д.; turn oner smth. in some manner this supermarket chain turns over its stock very rapidly у универсамов этой фирмы очень быстрый оборот товаров
3. XI
be turned over to smb. the thief (the prisoner, the captive, etc.) was turned over to the police (to the authorities, etc.) вора и т.д. передали в руки полиции и т.д.; the matter will be turned over to the committee for decision дело будет передано для решения в комиссию; this must be turned over to an international panel этот вопрос должен решаться международным арбитражем
4. XVI
1) turn over in (on, to, etc.) smth. turn over in bed ворочаться в постели; turn over on one's back (on one's side, etc.) перевернуться на спину и т.д.; turn over to the right (to the left, to the south, etc.) поворачиваться) /сворачивать/ вправо и т.д.
2) turn over without smth. the motor turned over without any trouble мотор заработал /завелся/ без всякого труда
5. XXI1
1) || turn over smth. /smth. over/ in one's mind /head/ обдумывать что-л.; turn the matter (a plan, a question, their offer, this proposal, etc.) over in one's mind обдумывать это дело и т.д.; he turned the idea over and over in his mind он все время мысленно возвращался к этой идее
2) turn oner smth. /smth. over/ to smb. turn over the management of one's affairs (his business, etc.) to one's son (to one's brother, to one's successors, etc.) передать ведение дел и т.д. сыну и т.д.; turn over the responsibility (one's functions, the office, etc.) to smb. переложить ответственность и т.д. на кого-л.; turn over smb. /smb. over/ to smb. turn the wounded man over to a surgeon (a criminal over to the police, etc.) передать раненого хирургу и т.д.

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