Idiom: turn something inside out
Idiom: turn something inside out / turn a place inside out
- to completely affect or change something
- to search a place so thoroughly and quickly that you make a mess
- Having a baby has turned my life inside out.
- After I was promoted to director, my life was turned inside out.
- My whole world was turned inside out when my husband was seriously injured while on active duty in Iraq.
- My supervisor is turning the call center inside out and the younger employees are really happy about the changes.
- We turned the apartment inside out looking for my fiance's engagement ring but we still haven't found it.
- What a mess! Whenever my husband loses his keys he turns our flat inside out trying to quickly find them so he won't be late for work.
- When we entered our apartment, we knew we'd been robbed because the entrance way was turned inside out.
- Who turned this drawer inside out and left everything all over the floor?
- turn something upside down
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