English Idiom “Turn Out” from Happy English NY

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The English idiom turn out has a few different meanings and uses, so let’s look at these today.

In our first example, turn out means to end or finish in a certain way:

      -Despite the bad weather, the party turned out alright!
      -Have a good meeting with the boss, and let me know how it turns out.

Next, turn out refers to the number of people who attend an even. As a noun, it is one word, as a verb it is used as two words:

     -They are expecting a huge turnout for the concert tomorrow.
     -More than 100 people turned out for the fundraiser. It was great!

The next meaning of turn out means manufacture or produce:

     -The factory turns out hundreds of new cars every month.
     -We turned out 5 handmade rugs at the craft fair last weekend.

Have you turned out for something recently? Does your company turn anything out? Let us know!

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