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
But Bryant Brown's standout play was not sufficient to offset the Bulldogs' turnovers in a 77-73 loss. Ja'Dyn Brown and Jordan Brown added 16 points each for Waukegan.
White House hirings and firings President Trump's administration has seen a considerable amount of high-profile staff turnover during its first year.
According to a 2013 survey by The Washington Times, Sherman had one of the highest staff turnover rates in Congress over the previous decade.
Florida Atlantic was held to 29.5 percent from the floor on the night while converting only 3-of-23 shots from beyond the arc as UAB confused and forced the Owls into 16 turnovers.
The Tigers did tie an NCAA record for fewest turnovers in a season with eight (four interceptions and four fumbles lost) and were 14th in average time of possession at 32:34 but in the red zone, LSU simply struggled.
Over his first nine games, Coleman recorded 34 assists against just seven turnovers.
In four December games, the 6-foot-6 freshman has averaged 10.5 points and dished 18 assists to six turnovers.
But the nomadic life and low income fuels constant turnover.
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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
Ramamoorthy's lawyer, Richard O'Neill, had offered to turn over his client's passport.
Such groups don’t have to turn over records to reporters under public records laws.
As a condition of his release on bond, he was required to turn over all his firearms.
Withheld evidence Schneiderman's office started investigating fraudulent comments about six months ago, but says the FCC has refused to turn over key evidence.
One day after Pete Karmanos signed a purchase agreement with Tom Dundon to turn over majority interest of the Carolina Hurricanes to the Texas billionaire, here was Mark Stewart sitting in City Steam Brewery Café.
Toth asked whether Doukas has a passport from a different country that would also need to be turned over.
Williams’ lawyers agreed to turn over her phone records covering roughly an hour before and after the crash.
In 1973, President Richard Nixon agreed to turn over White House tape recordings subpoenaed by the Watergate special prosecutor to Judge John J. Sirica.
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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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