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This tag is for questions about verbs. Verbs are words that express an action, occurrence, or a state of being. Add this tag to single-word-requests if you are looking for a verb. Add the tag word-usage if you are asking about the usage of the verb.

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Does the sentence: I am renting an apartment in New York. imply that I am the landlord or the tenant? If you use the word rent for both a landlord and a tenant then, that sentence is unclear. …
answered Jul 12 '12 by Tristan
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I don't think there is anything wrong with saying turn, in this context. See http://dictionary.cambridge.org/dictionary/british/turn_4 , which has the following definition of the word: to (cause to) b …
answered Nov 7 '13 by Tristan