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about face a military command to turn and face the opposite direction.
about-face to turn to the opposite direction, opinion, or the like; reverse oneself. [1/3 definitions]
acetify to turn into or become vinegar or acetic acid.
Aeaean Circe in Greek mythology, the enchantress Circe, who has the power to turn sailors into swine, as described by an epithet referring to her island home, Aeaea.
Atticism (sometimes l.c.) an expression or turn of phrase that is strikingly concise and elegant. [1/2 definitions]
avert to turn aside or away. [1/2 definitions]
axle a supporting bar or shaft on which, or by means of which, a wheel or wheels turn.
axletree an axle upon which the wheels of a cart or animal-powered vehicle turn.
backstretch the straight portion of a racetrack following the first turn. (Cf. homestretch.)
bat1 in baseball, to take one's turn as a batter. [1/4 definitions]
bear1 to go in a direction; turn. [1/8 definitions]
bestialize to turn (a human being) into a beast; bring out the beastly qualities in.
bipinnate having opposing leaflets that are in turn divided into smaller opposing leaflets, as certain compound leaves.
blanch to turn pale. [1/5 definitions]
blinker a flashing light, esp. one used on a vehicle to indicate the direction of a turn, or one used as a traffic signal. [1/2 definitions]
capstan bar a pole inserted in and used as a lever to turn a capstan.
caracole a horse rider's maneuver of a half turn to either side.
caramelize to turn or be turned into caramel.
change to give and receive in turn; interchange. [1/17 definitions]
check to turn out to be correct (often fol. by out). [1/18 definitions]
clock radio a radio with a built-in clock that can be set to turn the radio on at a given time.