turn over


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Synonyms for turn over

cause to overturn from an upright or normal position

move by turning over or rotating

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do business worth a certain amount of money

cause to move around a center so as to show another side of

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turn upside down, or throw so as to reverse

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Halfpenny fired over his second penalty of the day as the game began to dip into a lull, Italy more than content to hold firm, but offering little in attack, while Wales were becoming increasingly frustrated with the number of penalties and turn overs they were conceding, although it must be said referee George Clancy was hardly helping to keep the game flowing.
But our own mistakes punished us, stuff like turn overs and easy penalties.
The way their game is set up they are just as comfortable at winning the breaks and taking turn overs in the defence and counter-attacking and building the game from there and accumulating their scores in that particular way.
In the end Norton won the game but it could have been a different story if Lions didn't force so many turn overs and missed free throws (19