Definitions for take turns
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alternate, take turns(verb)
do something in turns
"We take turns on the night shift"
Of two or more people, to do the same thing one after another.
To assume a place in a sequence of successions.
The numerical value of take turns in Chaldean Numerology is: 5
The numerical value of take turns in Pythagorean Numerology is: 3
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We're terrified. We take turns to sleep and there's always someone keeping guard.
The game is no different, when we’re walking around we take turns we kind of glance at the phone while the other looks up and around, it’s just something that we’re taught to do.
Plato described in great detail a plan for government in which philosophers would take turns ruling the less able people of the country. As you may remember, Plato and his friends were philosophers.
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