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
Turnover Sentence Examples
He was reluctant to invest in a venture that has a slow turnover.
The total turnover of goods sold and "ordered" amounts to nearly 362 millions sterling annually.
Whether it be due to team turnover or wardrobe malfunction, one of the key components of almost any squad is uniformity of style with the NFL Pro Bowl Cheerleaders squad being the exception to that rule.
Effective leadership among ward managers leads to fewer drug errors, higher patient satisfaction and lower staff absenteeism and turnover.
Homemade turnover dough is stuffed with meat, cheese and your favorite sub toppings.