Examples of turnover in a Sentence
The company had an increase in turnover this quarter.
The company has a high turnover rate.
We want to find ways to speed up inventory turnover.
Recent Examples of turnover from the Web
Although turnovers and penalties have hampered the offense too often and the Badgers struggled to put away Purdue and Illinois, Paul Chryst’s team has played well enough to avoid being upset.
Denver came in with a turnover problem, which led to the benching of quarterback Trevor Siemian, and the Eagles took advantage of that, twice intercepting replacement Brock Osweiler.
Oregon entered the game with 18 lost turnovers in nine games, which tied for 115th-worst nationally.
Last year, Stokes had 145 assists and 100 turnovers.
American Athletic Conference Houston 52, E Carolina 27: D’Eriq King threw for three touchdowns and ran for a score, the Cougars converted three turnovers into scores, and host Houston became bowl eligible.
Employee turnover in key roles, meanwhile, is an issue.
Oswego 34, Plainfield South 3: Nico Goodwin kicked two field goals, Levi Olson threw two TD passes and the defense forced five turnovers in the Southwest Prairie win that keeps the Panthers (7-1, 7-1) in a tie for first place.
And with fewer items in stock, products tend to fly off the shelves, resulting in speedy turnover and faster sales.
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First Known Use of turnover
First Known Use of turnover
Definition of turn over
- turn over a stiff valve with a wrench
- turning over $1000 a week
- the engine turned over but didn't start
Examples of turn over in a Sentence
reluctantly turned the ship over to the first mate while he went below to try to stop the leak
turned the evidence over to the police
Recent Examples of turn over from the Web
On Thursday Speaker Paul Ryan announced the FBI had finally pledged to turn over its dossier file next week.
As a condition of his release on bond, Schulhof was required to turn over all his firearms.
Other times, the way in which a request is fulfilled suggests that the agency is less than eager to turn over the information.
The travelers were accused of staging a rocket attack on a rural U.S. base and turned over to American forces.
The lounge continued to thrive and in 1952, the command of the Ship was turned over to my father, Jasper Mirabile, who had just returned home from his military duty, and his business partner, Mike Salvato.
The Hoosiers weren’t competitive in a 45-14 loss to Penn State on Sept. 30, so Allen turned over his offense to one of the most quietly competitive kids on roster.
And the committee has only just begun examining more than 3,000 ads turned over on Monday by Facebook.
The rebels threatened to burn down the houses of revenue officers on the frontier who did not renounce their offices and turn over paperwork.
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First Known Use of turn over
turn over Synonyms
Synonymscede, cough up, deliver, give up, hand over, lay down, relinquish, render, turn in, surrender, yield
Antonymshold, keep, retain
Related Wordscommit, consign, entrust (also intrust), transfer; forfeit, release, waive; abnegate, renounce, resign; abandon, desert, discard, forsake, part (with), shed
Near Antonymskeep, retain, withhold
TURNOVER Defined for English Language Learners
TURNOVER Defined for Kids
medical Definition of turnover
- protein turnover in various pathological states
- —J. C. Waterlow
- hyperthyroidism accelerates bone turnover and shortens the normal bone remodeling cycle
- —Richard Sadovsky
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