Turnaround meaning

tûrn'ə-round'
Turnaround is defined as a change in direction, the time spent to implement a product or service or a place where a vehicle can be turned to go back in the other direction.

An example of turnaround is a change from being a failing student to an honor role student.

An example of turnaround is the time between receiving materials and producing new products.

An example of turnaround is a place for U-turns on a parkway.

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A space, as in a driveway, permitting the turning around of a vehicle.
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The act or an instance of turning about and facing or moving in the opposite direction.
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A wide area, as in a driveway, to allow for turning a vehicle around.
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The time needed to unload, refuel, service, and reload an aircraft.
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The time needed to complete a job, perform a service, etc., as for a customer.
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The process of bringing a failing company, project, etc. to a condition of profitability or solvency.
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A production stage in which the original producer or studio has rejected a previously purchased project, script, etc. but it has not yet been acquired by another producer or studio.
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The act of turning to face in the other direction.
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A reversal of policy.
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The time required to carry out a task.

They tried to reduce their turnaround on incoming paperwork.

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(music) A cadence linking the end of a verse to the beginning of the next.
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(music) The notation for the addition of a grace note above then below a given note.
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