To turn round

To change position so as to face in another direction.
To change one's opinion; to change from one view or party to another.

See also: Turn, Turn

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A FATHER whose baby daughter was tragically killed when he crashed a car after taking his hands off the wheel to turn round to her has been jailed.
GARY Rowett has backed Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink to turn round Queen's Park Rangers - but hopes that doesn't happen until after today's clash of the former Burton bosses.
am to turn round because I really wanted to be with him because I thought he was right for me.
Dave Cocks from Redcar RNLI said: "It's not clear why the boat had to turn round and try to get back to shore.
The driver first got into difficulties at 11am yesterday when he realised the huge articulated truck would not be able to use the bridge over the Glaslyn river, and so he tried to turn round.
SAM Allardyce is under massive pressure at Blackburn Rovers -with two games to turn round the widening rifts at all levels of the club.
He had only 14 months to turn round a relegated team that had lost its better players.
1 : to turn or cause to turn round and round rapidly : twirl <He fell after spinning in circles.
Irishman Forde, who has had talks with Eircom League Bohemians, was going to make his Bournemouth debut at home to Luton Town last night and was en route to the south coast club when he was told to turn round.
At the moment, the vehicles have to try to turn round in the road.
In the past, high-profile ``superheads'' have been drafted in to turn round some of England's most notorious failing schools - with mixed results.
In the past, high-profile 'superheads' have been drafted in to turn round some of England's most notorious failing schools - with mixed results.