short grass and the surface layer of soil that is held together by its roots; a piece of this that has been cut from the ground and is used especially for making lawns (= the area of grass in a garden/yard)
newly laid turf
the hallowed turf of Wimbledon, etc. (= the grass used for playing a sport on)
peat that is cut to be used as fuel; a piece of this
the sport of horse racing
the place where sb lives and/or works, especially when they think of it as their own
He feels more confident on home turf .
to cover an area of ground with turf
to make sb leave a place, an organization, etc.
He was turfed out of the party.
The boys were turfed off the bus.