How to Conjugate Turn Out
- Infinitive: Turn Out
- Present Tense: Turn Out/ Turns Out
- -ing Form: Turning Out
- Past Tense: Turned Out
- Past Participle: Turned Out
Definitions of Turn Out:
1. To attend an event, meeting, etc.
Examples: Our organization is inviting people to turn out for a really exciting event tomorrow.
People all over the country turn out for big sporting events like the Super Bowl and World Series.
2. To produce an unexpected result.
Examples: The sweet guy who I met in college turned out to be a horrible husband.
The cookies turned out hard because I let them bake for too long.
3. To produce something.
Examples: Apple is a successful company because it turns out innovative products.
How many t-shirts can you turn out by tomorrow?
4. To stop a light.
Examples: Shhhh, turn out the lights! The birthday girl is coming!
Don’t turn out all the lights.
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