Turnover may refer to:
*Turnover is the term for
*Turnover is the measure of how quickly inventory is sold. A high turnover means that goods are sold quickly, while a low turnover means that goods are sold more slowly.
American footballoccurs when the offense loses possession of the football because of a fumble, interception, or turnover on downs
Turnover (basketball), a turnover in basketball occurs when a player from one team gives possession to a member of another team by losing the ball without taking a shot
Rugby Leagueoccurs when the attacking team is tackled for the 6th time or they lose possession of the ball
Rugby Unionoccurs when the attacking team loses possession of the ball, usually at a Ruck
*Population turnover, measures gross moves in relation to the size of the population and is related to
*Turnover, of certain biomolecules or cells is the rate at which they are lost and/or regenerated through
*Turnover, refers to the mixing of upper layers of lake water with lower levels, which usually occurs in the fall; a lack of mixing is a result of temperature gradient that cause density differences
*"Turnover" (a.k.a. production ratio) refers to the ratio of throughput:content where "throughput" is expressed in terms of grams Carbon produced per meter square per day (or hour) and "content" is expressed as grams Carbon per meter squared. This ratio is often used to compare the production rates of different ecosystems.
*Turnover, refers to an early or late season workout which loosens the leg muscles and prepares the body for imminent workouts or races. Turnover workouts are not designed to build muscle like mid-season workouts; instead, they allow the legs to heal completely while maintaining flexibility and muscle mass.
Turnover number, is the number of moles of substrate that a mole of catalyst can convert before becoming inactivated. In enzyme kinetics, the same term is used to refer to the moles of substrate converted by a mole of enzyme "per second"
*Turnover is a song by
Fugazifrom their album Repeater.
Turnover (food), a type of pastry.
Turnover (employment), relative rate at which an employer gains and loses staff
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turnover — or turns Terms used to describe the number of operating cycles in a defined period of time or the length of each specific operating cycle. Typical turnover cycles are: the rate at which accounts receivable converts to cash, the rate at which… … Financial and business terms
Turnover — Turnover, zu deutsch „Umschlag“ oder „Umsatz“, bezeichnet im Englischen Umsatz (Naturwissenschaft), den Umsatz eines Produktes oder einer Substanz, so bei Stoffwechselvorgängen in der Biologie das Ersetzen einer Art durch eine andere, siehe… … Deutsch Wikipedia
Turnover — Turn o ver, n. 1. The act or result of turning over; an upset; as, a bad turnover in a carriage. [1913 Webster] 2. A semicircular pie or tart made by turning one half of a circular crust over the other, inclosing the fruit or other materials.… … The Collaborative International Dictionary of English
Turnover — Turn o ver, a. Admitting of being turned over; made to be turned over; as, a turnover collar, etc. [1913 Webster] … The Collaborative International Dictionary of English
turnover — [tʉrn′ō΄vər] n. 1. the act or an instance of turning over; specif., a) an upset b) a change from one use, side, opinion, management, etc. to another 2. a small filled pastry made by folding one half of the crust back over the other half and… … English World dictionary
turnover — n. The rate of replacement of goods, funds, or personnel; in a company, the rate at which employees leave and are replaced by others. The Essential Law Dictionary. Sphinx Publishing, An imprint of Sourcebooks, Inc. Amy Hackney Blackwell. 2008 … Law dictionary
turnover — The process by which any entity in possession of property of the estate is surrenders such property to the bankruptcy trustee (SA Bankruptcy.com) United Glossary of Bankruptcy Terms 2012 … Glossary of Bankruptcy
turnover — 1650s, action of turning over, from TURN (Cf. turn) + OVER (Cf. over); meaning kind of pastry tart is attested from 1798. Meaning number of employees leaving a place and being replaced is recorded from 1955 … Etymology dictionary
turnover — /turˈnover, ingl. ˈtYːnˌəuvə(r)/ [loc. ingl., comp. di turn «rotazione» e over «in eccesso»] s. m. inv. 1. turno, avvicendamento, rotazione, ricambio, alternanza 2. (di personale) sostituzione 3. giro di affari, volume di affari … Sinonimi e Contrari. Terza edizione
turnover — ► NOUN 1) the amount of money taken by a business in a particular period. 2) the rate at which employees leave a workforce and are replaced. 3) the rate at which goods are sold and replaced in a shop. 4) a small pie made by folding a piece of… … English terms dictionary