■ turn out

■ turn out
■ turn out
A v. t. + avv.
1 spegnere (la luce, la radio, la tivù, il frigo, ecc.); chiudere (il gas)
2 vuotare (una stanza, ecc.: per pulirla); svuotare (un contenitore): to turn out a drawer, vuotare un cassetto
3 rovesciare, vuotare: to turn out one's pockets, vuotarsi le tasche
4 gettare (o buttare) via; disfarsi di (oggetti vecchi, ecc.)
5 buttare fuori (q.); mettere (q.) alla porta; scacciare; espellere (il socio di un club, ecc.); sfrattare, escomiare (un inquilino); gettare sul lastrico, licenziare (un dipendente): He was turned out of the pub, lo hanno buttato fuori dal pub
6 (polit.) rovesciare (il governo, ecc.)
7 (econ., org. az.) produrre (anche fig.): We turn out up to 1,000 cars a day, produciamo fino a 1000 automobili al giorno; to turn out a genius, produrre un genio
8 (editoria) pubblicare (copie di un libro, ecc.)
9 fornire (q.) di guardaroba; abbigliare: That girl isn't pretty but she's splendidly turned out, quella ragazza non è carina ma ha un magnifico guardaroba
10 far scendere in piazza (una folla, ecc.); attirare, richiamare (un grosso pubblico, ecc.)
11 (sport) esonerare (un allenatore)
B v. i. + avv.
1 (della gente) affluire; accorrere; essere presente: How many people turned out for the meeting?, quanta gente c'era al comizio?
2 andare (a finire); avere un certo esito: Things turned out all right, tutto è andato per il meglio; Let's see how things turn out, stiamo a vedere come va a finire!
3 risultare; venire (o saltare) fuori: He turned out to be a relative, risultò che era un suo parente
4 (del tempo) farsi (bello, brutto, ecc.): It's turned out nice again, s'è rifatto bello (o bel tempo); The weather turned out fine, il tempo si è messo al bello
5 piegarsi (o inclinarsi) verso l'esterno: His toes turn out, ha i piedi in fuori; ha il piede valgo □ (mil.) to turn out the guard, fare uscire (o mettere in allarme) la guardia □ to turn out to sb.'s advantage, tornare a vantaggio di q.as it turned out, a conti fatti; alla fine dei conti.

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