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outturn

From Longman Business Dictionary
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outturnout‧turn /ˈaʊtˌtɜːn-ˌtɜːrn/ noun [countable usually singular]1British EnglishACCOUNTING the actual amounts, results etc at the end of a period of activity, rather than those that were expected or calculated earlier SYN actualsCurrent expenditure is forecast to increase by 6% over last year’s outturn.Social security spending will be lower than expected due to lower recent outturns for unemployment.2MANUFACTURING the amount of goods or services produced by a person, machine, factory, company etc SYN output
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