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to take turns

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  • take turns (in something do something) — take ˈturns (in sth/to do sth) idiom (BrE also take it in ˈturns) if people take turns or take it in turns to do sth, they do it one after the other to make sure it is done fairly • The male and female birds take turns in sitting on the eggs. •… …   Useful english dictionary

  • take turns (in to do something) — take ˈturns (in sth/to do sth) idiom (BrE also take it in ˈturns) if people take turns or take it in turns to do sth, they do it one after the other to make sure it is done fairly • The male and female birds take turns in sitting on the eggs. •… …   Useful english dictionary

  • take turns (or Brit. take it in turns) — (of two or more people) do something one after the other. → turn …   English new terms dictionary

  • take turns doing something — take turns (doing something) to do something one person after another. The mothers in our group take turns driving the children to school. When they play on the swings, we try to make sure the kids take turns …   New idioms dictionary

  • take turns — (doing something) to do something one person after another. The mothers in our group take turns driving the children to school. When they play on the swings, we try to make sure the kids take turns …   New idioms dictionary

  • take turns — ► take turns (or take it in turns) (of two or more people) do something alternately or in succession. Main Entry: ↑turn …   English terms dictionary

  • take turns — verb do something in turns (Freq. 2) We take turns on the night shift • Syn: ↑alternate • Derivationally related forms: ↑alternation (for: ↑alternate) …   Useful english dictionary

  • take turns — {v. phr.} To do something one after another instead of doing it all at the same time. * /In class we should not talk all at the same time; we should take turns./ * /Jean and Beth took turns on the swing./ * /The two boys took turns at digging the …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • take turns — {v. phr.} To do something one after another instead of doing it all at the same time. * /In class we should not talk all at the same time; we should take turns./ * /Jean and Beth took turns on the swing./ * /The two boys took turns at digging the …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • take\ turns — v. phr. To do something one after another instead of doing it all at the same time. In class we should not talk all at the same time; we should take turns. Jean and Beth took turns on the swing. The two boys took turns at digging the hole. The… …   Словарь американских идиом

  • take turns — do something alternately with others We had to take turns using the dictionary as there was only one …   Idioms and examples

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