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turning

  

      n     (in road)    tournant    m     
→ We must have missed the turning.        
it's the third turning on the left      c'est la troisième à gauche  
to take the wrong turning      ne pas tourner au bon endroit  
We took the wrong turning.      Nous n'avons pas tourné au bon endroit.  


turning circle  
      n     (British)   rayon    m   de braquage  
→ Taxis have got a tight turning circle.        
turning point  
      n   tournant    m     
→ The turning point of his career came in 1958        
→ the crucial turning point in the war against Japan        
→ the economy was at a turning point        
It proved to be a turning point in his life.      Ça a été un tournant dans sa vie.  
turning radius  
      n     (US)   rayon    m   de braquage
Translation English - French Collins Dictionary  
Collaborative Dictionary     English-French
n.
tournage
pr. part
tournant (vt.) ; se tournant (vr.) ; devenant (+adj) (vt.,vi.)
pr. part
rejetant
n.
vireur
[Tech.]
pr. part
se retournant
n.
tournant
n.
dispositif de retournement
[Tech.]
n.
centre d'usinage
[Tech.]
n.
rayon de braquage
[Tech.]
n.
centre d'usinage
[Tech.]
n.
tour
[Tech.]
n.
poste de retournement
[Tech.]
n.
décolletage
[Tech.]
n.
fluotournage
[Tech.]
n.
fluotournage
[Tech.]
n.
antenne tournante
pr. part
remettant les choses en ordre
[Bus.]
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'turning' also found in translations in French-English dictionary
n.
turning
n.
turning
n.
turning in
[Med.]
n.
turning out
n.
turning point
nf.
turning table
n.
turning radius
[Tech.]
n.
turning circle
n.
turning radius
[Sport] In terms of skis for example
n.
straight turning
[Tech.]
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