- n time need to prepare a vessel or ship for a return trip
- n a decision to reverse an earlier decision
- n an area sufficiently large for a vehicle to turn around
- n act or process of unloading and loading and servicing a vessel or aircraft for a return trip
- n turning in the opposite direction
- The turnaround model could be a road to greater growth for the charter-school movement which, after 16 years, comprises 1.
- Barack Obama in NASDAQ
Obama added, "That's a stark turnaround from the first six months of last year, when we lost 3.7 million jobs at the height of the recession."
- Kristin Halvorsen in MSN Money
But "the financial crisis and the global economic downturn have intensified the turnaround," Halvorsen said.
- Peter Mandelson in guardian.co.uk
In an interview with yesterday's Observer, Mandelson said: "They [Labour MPs] may succeed in defeating the legislation but in the process they'll defeat the turnaround in finances. They will defeat our ability to sustain the universal service....