- to turn round (of a person)
to face about
to remarry (of widows) (archaic)
- n.轉動,旋轉,轉變方向,輪流,時機,(一)回,傾向,癖性 v.(使)轉動,翻轉,扭轉,(使)變質,超過(年齡,數量等),車(成)
- n.臉,面容,表情,威信,正面,地形,外觀 vt.面對,面向,面臨,承認,抹蓋 vi.朝,向
- 他一看見員警來了, 轉身就溜了。
- When he saw the police coming he took off in the opposite direction.
- 他們看見他有槍, 轉身就跑。
- They turned and ran (ie in order to escape) when they saw he had a gun.
- She spun round to catch the ball.
- 她用力咽了一下唾液, 轉身面對那個控告她的人。
- She swallowed hard, and turned to face her accuser.
- She turned and strode off.
- Suddenly I turned and caught sight of Tom.
- Hugo followed, making a noise like a bear. I turned back and put my finger to my lips.
- Every time Tom rolled over he pulled more of the bedclothes to his side.
- With a hopeless sigh, he turned away.
- I'd rather live in this old house with all its inconveniences than in one of those pokey bungalows where you haven't room to swing a cat.
- The duke of wellington was once famously turned away from the doors because he was guilty of the double solecism of arriving 7 minutes late and wearing trousers rather than knee breeches.
- "I'm sorry guv" she said softly.then she withdrew her hand quickly turned and walked away.
- Alas poor duke! The task he undertakes is numbering sands and drinking oceans dry: where one on his side fights thousands will fly.
- Had to double back to touch the missed base.
- Turning back down the main street