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what does the expression "l'll turn in" mean?



 
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what does the expression "l'll turn in" mean? #1 (permalink) Mon Sep 17, 2007 11:36 am   what does the expression "l'll turn in" mean?
 

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ESL/EFL Test #73 "At the End of the Day (2)", question 10

Well, I think if you don't ........., I'll turn in now.

(a) care
(b) say
(c) mind
(d) look

English Language Proficiency Tests, Advanced Level

ESL/EFL Test #73 "At the End of the Day (2)", answer 10

Well, I think if you don't mind, I'll turn in now.

Correct answer: (c) mind

Your answer was: correct
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what does the expression "l'll turn in" mean? that l'm going to have a nap?

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turn in #2 (permalink) Mon Sep 17, 2007 12:34 pm   turn in
 

Hi,

It depends on the context but in this case turn in means not to go for a nap but to go to bed for the night-go to bed, go to sleep :D.

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