An abrupt or unexpected change, esp. one that results in a more favorable situation
it was a remarkable turnaround in his fortunes
The process of completing or the time needed to complete a task, esp. one involving receiving something, processing it, and sending it out again
a seven-day turnaround
The process of or time taken for unloading and reloading a ship, aircraft, or vehicle
A space for vehicles to turn around in, esp. one at the end of a driveway or dead end street
time need to prepare a vessel or ship for a return trip
reversal: a decision to reverse an earlier decision
an area sufficiently large for a vehicle to turn around
act or process of unloading and loading and servicing a vessel or aircraft for a return trip
reversion: turning in the opposite direction
A turnaround or turnaround deal is an arrangement in the film industry, whereby the rights to a project one studio has developed are sold to another studio in exchange for the cost of development plus interest.
In jazz, a turnaround is a passage at the end of a section which leads to the next section. This next section is most often the repetition of the previous section or the entire piece or song. Randel, Don Michael (2002). The Harvard Concise Dictionary of Music and Musicians. ISBN 0-674-00978-9. p.693
Turnarounds (or TAR's) are scheduled events wherein an entire process unit of an industrial plant (refinery, petrochemical plant, power plant, pulp and paper mill, etc.) is taken offstream for an extended period for revamp and/or renewal. ...
Turnaround is a 1978 folk music album by Stan Rogers.
Turnaround is the fourth studio album by Irish boy band Westlife and it was released on 24 November 2003.
The Turnaround! is an album by jazz tenor saxophonist Hank Mobley recorded on March 7, 1963 & February 5, 1965 and released on the Blue Note label. ...
The act of turning to face in the other direction; A reversal of policy; The time required to carry out a task; A turnabout; A cadence linking the end of a verse to the beginning of the next; The notation for the addition of a grace note above then below a given note
(turnarounds) In reweaving foundation, new warp reverses direction when it passes from one column of knot nodes to the next column of knot nodes. New weft reverses direction when it passes under a knot. These reversals of direction are called "turnarounds."
(TURNAROUNDS) Next Business Day turnaround: All jobs in by 10:00 AM will be ready the next day by 6:30 PM, problem jobs or jobs that require proofs won’t be considered as next business Day. ...
Securities bought and sold for settlement on the same day. Also describes a firm that has been performing poorly, but changes its financial course and improves its performance.
Time between the moment aircraft engines are stopped at the terminal or ramp, the ground support operations are completed, the next load of cargo is stowed and the engines are started for next flight. Not to be confused with downtime.
(JP 1-02, NATO) - The length of time between arriving at a point and being ready to depart from that point. It is used in this sense for the loading, unloading, refueling and rearming, where appropriate, of vehicles, aircraft, and ships. See FMs 1-111 and 55-30.
In most cases, orders are delivered within two to three weeks of confirmation of payment. T3Magnets will not be held responsible for loss or damages due to printing being delivered after this time.
Turnaround finance is provided to a company that is experiencing severe financial difficulties. The aim is to provide enough capital to bring a company back from the brink of collapse. ...
The time spent by an aircraft between landing and taking off.
A stop, or full or substantial interruption of plant production. Generally turnaround is considered to be a period longer than 24 hours.
Turnarounds involve buying financially troubled companies and turning them around. The benefits are that businesses which are on the brink of collapse can be bought very cheaply, and so offer big returns if successfully pulled off. On the flip side, they are also very risky. ...
Period during which equipment is shut down for mechanical inspection and/or mechanical maintenance.
n. Sequence of chords at the end of a musical period or section allowing that section or period to be repeated without slowing down the established harmonic rhythm (rate of chord changes). Turnaround is sometimes also used to mean what more precisely should be called Chord loop. ...
Turnaround estimated from receipt of order and payment confirmation. SubPLY shall use best efforts to complete creation of content in specified turnaround, however due to factors, such as, but not limited to type, nature and copyright issues of content, complexity, video/audio quality, amount of ...