■ turn from

■ turn from
■ turn from
A v. i. + prep.
1 allontanarsi, scostarsi da (q. o qc.)
2 abbandonare, lasciare (un'abitudine, un modo di pensare, ecc.)
3 cambiare (argomento)
B v. t. + prep.
1 girare, voltare da: Don't turn your head from me when I'm talking to you, non voltare la testa quando ti parlo!
2 (fig.) distogliere (da un proposito e sim.).

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