English version

turnround

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishturnroundturn‧round /ˈtɜːnraʊnd $ ˈtɜːrn-/ noun [countable usually singular] British English  a turnaround
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turnroundFigures for the full nine months showed a £48.5m turnround to £6.1m profits.The average turnround for a passport application in the last year has been six working days.They reflect a miraculous turnround from a loss of £9.3m to a profit of £5.6m for the year to August 1992.Its voids are less than 1 percent. and the average property turnround time is within the lowest Audit Commission quartile.The insurance giants were being snapped up in response to the strong turnround in their fortunes.The most telling indicator of Railfreight's success in the 1980s was the unprecedented turnround in its financial performance.
From Longman Business Dictionaryturnroundturn‧round /ˈtɜːnraʊndˈtɜːrn-/ noun [countable usually singular] another name for TURNAROUND
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