1. turn off cause to stop operating by disengaging a switch
  2. turnoff something causing antagonism or loss of interest
  3. burn off clear land of its vegetation by burning it off
  4. turn out be shown or be found to be
  5. runoff an election to resolve a vote that did not produce a winner
  6. turnout attendance for a particular event or purpose
  7. run off run away
  8. turn on cause to operate by flipping a switch
  9. turn over cause to overturn from an upright or normal position
  10. turnover the rate at which workers have to be replaced
  11. turn-on something causing excitement or stimulating interest
  12. Sarnoff United States businessman who pioneered in radio and television broadcasting (1891-1971)
  13. throw off get rid of
  14. turnkey someone who guards prisoners
  15. tradeoff an exchange that occurs as a compromise
  16. turn up bend or lay so that one part covers the other
  17. tear off rip off violently and forcefully
  18. turn move around an axis or a center
  19. turn in to surrender someone or something to another
  20. turned moved around an axis or center

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