I know we can use the phrase "turn around something" to mean "cause something to face the opposite direction" like in "He turned around the phone to see the camera." What I wonder is, whether we can say "turn around something" to mean "revolve/rotate around something". I am asking you this because I could not find examples of this kind of usage in dictionaries. Let me make up some example sentences to help you understand what I mean better:
Can we use "turn around" to mean "rotate/revolve around" in sentences like these?
"Jordan turned around his defender and got the pass."
"The lion turned around its prey once before attacking it."
"The world turns around the sun."
"The motorcycle convoy started turning around the pole."