Noun(1) the ratio of the number of workers that had to be replaced in a given time period to the average number of workers(2) a dish made by folding a piece of pastry over a filling(3) the volume measured in dollars(4) the act of upsetting something
(1) Staff turnover is low compared with some agencies and employees enjoy benefits such as free fruit, a nail bar and gym membership.(2) Employee turnover rates appeared to hold steady through 2002, the restaurant association says.(3) Afzal set up, and subsequently sold, a £1m premium turnover insurance business.(4) Julia journeys from her studio kitchen to Provence to make a spinach turnover with her collaborator Simone Beck.(5) The annual turnover of staff in fast food restaurants is often close to 100%.(6) They are packed in ice and the brisk turnover means they sell freshly and deliciously.(7) The company employs 160 staff and had a turnover last year of €52.5 million.(8) The business has a turnover of over €1 million and the guide price is €888,816.(9) Staff turnover is low, with several employees having served for more than 25 years.(10) an apple turnover(11) It is one of the fastest growing beer brands in the UK, with a current turnover of £65 million at retail value.(12) Sometimes the dessert tray even yields a true rarity - apple pie worth eating, here folded into honest turnover form.(13) Our staff turnover rate is in single figures, which is incredible for our sector.(14) Our shop's annual turnover is £500,000 when the visitors come.(15) It's not an exclusive shop, though its turnover is the envy of many traditional merchants.(16) a turnover approaching £4 million
(1) turn over :: o'girmoq
2. change ::
3. overturn ::
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