Идиомы и фразеологизмы английского со словом turn

Фразеологизмы со словом turn

at every turn
Every time; all the time; continually without exception.
Because of his drinking, the man was refused a job at every turn.
blood runs cold
blood freezes
blood turns to ice
make one's blood run cold
freeze one's blood
You are chilled or shivering from great fright or horror; you are terrified or horrified. Usually used with a possessive.
Быть очень сильно испуганным, ужаснуться; состояние когда "кровь застыла в жилах".
The horror movie made the children's blood run cold.
Mary's blood froze when she had to walk through the cemetery at night.
Oscar's blood turned to ice when he saw the shadow pass by outside the window.
The look in the prisoner's eyes made my blood run cold.
От взгляда в глаза заключенного у меня кровь в жилах застыла.
The thought of the damage such a bomb could do made my blood run cold.
У меня кровь стынет в жилах при мысли о том, какие разрушения могла бы вызвать эта бомба.
by turns
First one and then another in a regular way; one substituting for or following another according to a repeated plan.
On the drive to Chicago, the three men took the wheel by turns.
The teachers were on duty by turns.
When John had a fever, he felt cold and hot by turns.
call the turn
To tell in advance the result of something before you do it.
Mary won three games in a row, just as she said she would. She called her turns well.
Nothing ever happens as Tom says it will. He is very poor at calling his turns.
cold shoulder
give a cold shoulder
turn a cold shoulder
get the cold shoulder
Unfriendly treatment of a person, a showing of dislike for a person or of looking down on a person. Used in the cliches give the cold shoulder or turn a cold shoulder to or get the cold shoulder.
Игнорирование человека. Демонстрирование пренебрежительного отношения. Используется в таких клише как give the cold shoulder, turn a cold shoulder to или get the cold shoulder.
When Bob asked Mary for a date she gave him the cold shoulder.
The membership committee turned a cold shoulder to Jim's request to join the club.
After giving my opinion, he gave me the cold shoulder.
После того как я высказал свое мнение, он меня просто проигнорировал.
do one a good turn
To perform an act of kindness, friendship, or help to another person, unselfishly, without expectation of reward.
"I'll be happy to help you any time you need it," John said. "After all you have done me so many good turns."
every time one turns around
Very often.
Mr. Winston must be rich. He buys a new suit every time he turns around.
No, Charles - I can't drive you to the park every time I turn around.
for the worse
turn for the worse
take a turn for the worse
For something that is worse or not as good, with a worse result.
He bought a new car but it turned out to be for the worse.
The sick man's condition changed for the worse.