Turn on

Turn (sth) on : switch on

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  • Examples in context:
  • Consequently, we have a generation of students who never heard of Odysseus or turned on the switch in Victor Frankenstein's laboratory.
  • Although the Human Genome Project was completed more than five years ago (...) scientists don’t still understand their biological functions and have little idea about which genes are used to make the brain and where in the brain they are “expressed” or “turned on”.
    Poner, conectar (radio, TV, aparato); encender (luces); abrir (grifos)

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