Synonyms of turf in English:

turf


See US English definition of turf

See UK English definition of turf

See Spanish definition of césped

noun

1‘they walked across the springy turf’

SYNONYMS
grass, lawn, sod
literary sward, greensward

2the turf‘they are both devotees of the turf’

SYNONYMS
horse racing, racing, the racing world
racecourses, racetracks

3‘the vice president was keen to protect his own turf’

SYNONYMS
area of influence, sphere of influence, area of activity, sphere of activity, territory, domain, province, preserve
stamping ground, home ground
informal bailiwick
British informal patch, manor

verb

1‘the front and rear lawns have been turfed’

SYNONYMS
grass over, lay grass on

Phrases

    turf someone or something out

    ‘he was turfed out of office after 15 years’


    SYNONYMS
    throw out, remove, eject, expel, turn out, fling out, force out, drive out, evict, dislodge, oust
    dismiss, discharge
    informal chuck out, kick out, send packing, boot out, defenestrate, give someone the boot, give someone their marching orders, throw someone out on their ear, show someone the door, sack, fire, give someone the push, give someone the heave-ho, give someone the old heave-ho
    North American informal give someone the bum's rush