turn out


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  • verb

Synonyms for turn out

be shown or be found to be

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prove to be in the result or end

produce quickly or regularly, usually with machinery

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come, usually in answer to an invitation or summons

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bring forth, "The apple tree bore delicious apples this year"

come and gather for a public event

outfit or equip, as with accessories

turn outward

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cause to stop operating by disengaging a switch

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Searchlight activist Gerry Gable said Scottish voters needed to learn lessons from the English elections and turn out in force to shatter the credibility the BNP is aiming for.
And yet tomorrow, the predictions are still that we will witness a depressingly low turn out for elections taking place in England, Wales and Scotland.
One said: "If Scottish voters stayed at home for their own parliamentary vote, it makes you wonder if anyone will turn out next month.
Dee Sailing Club had a fifteen strong turn out for racing on the Estuary on Sunday.
Voters would be more willing to turn out in elections if they could cast their votes electronically.
We are alerting trade unionists and their families about the kind of politics the BNP stands for and urging them to turn out in large numbers to ensure that that ideology doesn't make any progress.
It is just possible that once every four years, when the mayoral position itself is up for election, turn out might increase.