Turnout meaning

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The act of turning out.
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An outfit or array of equipment, especially that worn by a fire fighter.
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A carriage with its horse or horses.
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An amount produced; output.
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A position in which the legs are turned outward, with the feet pointed in opposite directions.
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This restaurant had a pretty good turnout for a Wednesday night.

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(US) A place to pull off a road.

When towing a trailer, use the turnouts to let faster traffic pass.

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(rail transport, chiefly US) A place where moveable rails allow a train to switch tracks; a set of points.
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The number of people who participate in a particular event or activity.

The peace march attracted a large turnout. Shopper turnout was enormous.

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A number of things produced; output.
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The act or an instance of turning out.

Her quick turnout of another novel.

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An outfit of a carriage with its horse or horses; equipage.
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A railroad siding.
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A widening in a highway to allow vehicles to pass or park.
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The rotation of a dancer's legs from the hip sockets.
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Origin of turnout