Definition of "turing" []

  • Alan Mathison. 1912–54, English mathematician, who was responsible for formal description of abstract automata, and speculation on computer imitation of humans: a leader of the Allied codebreakers at Bletchley Park during World War II; he committed suicide after being prosecuted for homosexuality but was posthumously pardoned in 2013 (noun) (c) HarperCollins Publishers Ltd 2016

Use "turing" in a sentence
  • "But Clinton actually decided to withdraw from Somalia before congress voted to cease funding the operation which was turing from a UN humanitarian effort into an all out war."
  • "However, this guy ended up turing into freak, a wierdo."
  • "Turning point'Minister for EU Affairs, chief negotiator and Istanbul deputy Egemen Bagis said that the June 12 elections will be a turing point for Turkey."
  • "From there, La Russa did what La Russa does, turing to his bullpen every time he saw an advantage until closer Jason Motte came on in the ninth to do what he has been doing perfectly of late—getting three outs and a big hug from catcher Yadier Molina"
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