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adjective turn·down \ˈtərn-ˈdan\

Definition of TURNDOWN

:  capable of being turned down; especially :  worn turned down <a turndown collar>

First Known Use of TURNDOWN

1763

Rhymes with TURNDOWN

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2turndown

noun turn·down \ˈtərn-ˌdan\

Definition of TURNDOWN

1
:  something turned down; also :  an instance of turning something (as a bed sheet) down <hotel turndown service>
2
:  rejection
3
:  downturn

Examples of TURNDOWN

  1. <the request to use the restroom was just a formality—I really didn't expect a turndown>

First Known Use of TURNDOWN

1849

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