Definition of To turn on. Meaning of To turn on. Synonyms of To turn on

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Definition of To turn on

To turn on
To turn on, to cause to flow by turning a valve, stopcock, or the like; to give passage to; as, to turn on steam.

Meaning of To turn on from wikipedia

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