Turnover Definition

tûrnōvər
turnovers
noun
turnovers
The act or an instance of turning over.
Webster's New World
An abrupt change or transfer, as of power or ownership.
American Heritage
A small filled pastry made by folding one half of the crust back over the other half and sealing it before baking.
Webster's New World
The number of times a stock of goods is sold and replenished in a given period of time.
Webster's New World
The amount of business done during a given period of time in terms of the money used in buying and selling.
Webster's New World
Synonyms:
turnover rateemployee turnoverdollar volumeoverturnupset
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adjective
That turns over.
A turnover collar.
Webster's New World
Capable of being turned or folded down or over.
A turnover collar.
American Heritage
other
A ratio that shows how often an asset is replaced, which indicates how vibrant business activity is. Some common turnovers are accounts receivable turnover and inventory turnover. Turnover also may be used to refer to a company’s annual sales or revenues, which is a common use of the term in the United Kingdom.
Webster's New World Finance

Other Word Forms of Turnover

Noun

Singular:
turnover
Plural:
turnovers

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