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turn around 例句
We walk in and usually turn around to face the door.
Demography is like a supertanker; it takes decades to turn around.
Eventually the economy will turn around.
Before you stop or turn around, look back and make sure your path is clear.
How does one person innovate in such grand fashion, then turn around and do it again?
During pregnancy, pigs are stuffed into tiny metal crates so small they can't even turn around.
How do you turn around a relationship?
Could you turn around?
Dumbass, why don't you turn around?
You can turn around.
No, I mean turn around.
We'd like to change. Turn around.
I was directed to turn around.
We should get tougher on people who buy guns only to turn around and sell them to criminals.
Should I keep going or turn around? Do you have a preference?
Qantas is seeking to turn around its unprofitable long-haul business, which the carrier aims to return to break-even by2014.
You never know when it will turn around and bite.
Now turn around for me.
Before friday my automatic response would have been to turn around maybe even move a little closer.
What do you mean, someone's gonna use a gun in a shooting and turn around and hand it over to the police?