turn the page


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turn the page

To make a transition to something else, especially a more positive period after a negative one; to move on. After a stressful and chaotic tenure at that firm, I'm excited to turn the page and start in this new position. I think we can turn the page on this discussion, Joe. There's nothing left we need to linger over.
See also: page, turn

turn the page

If someone or something turns the page, they make a fresh start after a period of difficulties and troubles. Shareholders at the company's annual meeting will be looking for signs that the troubled company really does mean to turn the page. We can play much better, but today I believe we turned the page. Compare with turn over a new leaf.
See also: page, turn
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Mr Di Maria said: "I took up playing the sax five years ago but found it frustrating playing along to a CD and at the same time trying to turn the pages of sheet music.
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While I truly believe that the majority in this wonderful country does not want to impose its will upon others, I am compelled as I turn the pages of your publication to shake my head in disbelief at your spoton, no-holds-barred reporting of the insanity that is the Religious Right.
If you're interested in the science titles, you might want to visit the National Library of Medicine in Bethesda, Maryland, where you can turn the pages of Elizabeth Blackwell's Curious Herbal.
As you turn the pages of this sumptuous book you learn to appreciate that basic universal principles like generosity of spirit, humanity, proportions and composition drive his work and invariably give rise to outstanding buildings.
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