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  2. to happen in a particular way or to have a particular result, especially an unexpected one: As events turned out, we were right to have decided to leave early. How did the recipe turn out? B2 to be known or discovered finally and surprisingly: [ + to infinitive ] The truth turned out to be stranger than we had expected.

  3. 2. verb To arrive for attendance, especially in large numbers. We had more people turn out for the conference this year than ever before. 3. verb To manufacture or produce something. In this usage, a noun or pronoun can be used between "turn" and "out." We turn out nearly 4 million books every year.

  4. (used with an adverb or adjective, or in questions with how) to happen in a particular way; to develop or end in a particular way Despite our worries everything turned out well. You never know how your children will turn out. + adj. If the day turns out wet, we may have to change our plans. to be present at an event

  5. 2 days ago · turn out 1. phrasal verb If something turns out a particular way, it happens in that way or has the result or degree of success indicated . I had no idea that it would turn out like this. [VERB PARTICLE preposition] Sometimes things don't turn out the way we think they're going to. [VERB PARTICLE noun]

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