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Turn on vs Switch on #1 (permalink) Wed Nov 03, 2010 17:22 pm   Turn on vs Switch on
 

HI, I would to know the difference between turn on and switch on.
How to use and please give an example. Thanks a lot.
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Turn on vs Switch on #2 (permalink) Wed Nov 03, 2010 17:40 pm   Turn on vs Switch on
 

For example, "to turn on" is commonly used to mean "to arouse/excite sexually", and "to switch on" is not.
She turns me on.

That's the first major difference that popped in my head. )))
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Turn on vs Switch on #3 (permalink) Thu Nov 04, 2010 18:28 pm   Turn on vs Switch on
 

Both switch on and turn on I think are equally common.
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