turn [sth/sb] over to [sb], turn over [sth/sb] to [sb] v expr. verbal expression: Phrase with special meaning functioning as verb--for example, "put their heads together," "come to an end." (deliver, surrender [sth]) entregar algo a alguien loc verb.
Aug 17, · North Korea's food shortage crisis has taken a serious turn. After failing to resolve the issue, North Korea's premier Kim Jong Un has ordered citizens to hand over pet dogs so that they can be killed and sold for meat.
1. (turn) a. dar la vuelta a. to t something over in one's mind dar vueltas a algo. 2. (fig) a. to t over a new leaf hacer borrón y cuenta nueva. 3. (hand in) a. to t something/somebody over to somebodyentregar algo/a alguien a alguien.
Dec 02, · turn over (third-person singular simple present turns over, present participle turning over, simple past and past participle turned over) Used other than with a figurative or idiomatic meaning: see turn, over. To flip over; to rotate uppermost to bottom. Turn over the box and look at the bottom. (transitive, idiomatic) To relinquish; give back.
If you turn something over, or if it turns over, it is moved so that the top part is now facing downward. Liz picked up the blue envelope and turned it over curiously. The buggy turned over and Nancy was thrown out. 2. phrasal verb.