appear or become visible; make a showing;
"She turned up at the funeral"
"I hope the list key is going to surface again"
bend or lay so that one part covers the other;
"fold up the newspaper"
"turn up your collar"
discover the location of; determine the place of; find by searching or examining;
"Can you locate your cousins in the Midwest?"
"My search turned up nothing"
be shown or be found to be;
"She proved to be right"
"The medicine turned out to save her life"
"She turned up HIV positive"
find by digging in the ground;
"I dug up an old box in the garden"
- Their misfit coats were heavy with melted snow and turned up at the collars.
- For some reason she didn't turn up.
- It was time to turn to building their own lives.
- He rolled up his sleeves and got down to work.
- The machine cast up a big heap of earth.
- He hunted up a restaurant to appease his hunger.
- Turn left, and you will find the building.
- How do you explain this strange turn of events?
- He keeps bobbing up in the most unlikely places.
- Something unexpected has turned up.
- Things took a more decisive turn.
- He turned up the volume on the television.
- The kids cranked up the volume on the stereo and started to practice their moves.
- turn up one's nose at 瞧不起
- turn up the thumb 表示赞成(称赞)...
- turn up trumps 意外地令人满意...
- turn up again like a bad penny 不要它偏又回来,挥去...
- turn up again like a bad halfpenny come back ...
- turn-up for the book 出乎意外的事...
- turn up someone's heels 把某人打倒在地...
- turn up one's heels 死
- turn thumbs up 赞成
- turn up one's sleeve 卷起袖子
- turn up missing 失踪
- turn up one's nose 嗤之以鼻; 瞧不起...
- turn up one's toes 死
- turn it up 辞去工作,停止说...
- turn up her hair 把披下来的头发梳上去...
- turn up 朝上翻