turn over in English

noun
1
the amount of money taken by a business in a particular period.
a turnover approaching $4 million
synonyms: (gross) revenue income yield sales gross
2
the rate at which employees leave a workforce and are replaced.
One former employee said that the company had expanded way ahead of its requirements and had a high staff turnover because of employee dissatisfaction.
synonyms: change rate of replacement movement
3
a small pie made by folding a piece of pastry over on itself to enclose a sweet filling.
an apple turnover
4
(in a game) a loss of possession of the ball to the opposing team.
The team has committed 10 turnovers in the two games but won somehow.

Use "turn over" in a sentence

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1. And turn over Milkin's assets.

2. 14 Turn over the page.

3. 13 Turn over a new leaf.

4. Turn over the raw edges and stitch.

5. 11 The smell made my stomach turn over .

6. 5 Whenever he's on TV, I turn over.

7. The turbulence caused the plane to turn over.

8. 11 Now let's turn over a new leaf.

9. 9 Turn over the raw edges and stitch.

10. 4 You may now turn over your papers.

11. 2 The turbulence caused the plane to turn over.

12. 8 She wants to turn over a new leaf.

13. 8 Turn over and look at the next page.

14. 12 But they must turn over a new leaf.

15. Bilinguals has a high turn over rate in employment

16. Turn over any rock and out crawls an actress.

17. 7 You may turn over your exam papers now.

18. It is difficult to turn over in a hammock.

19. 1 Turn over or your back will get sunburnt.

20. A supermarket will turn over its stock very rapidly.

21. To turn over or cause a boat or ship to turn over in the water: [ I ] A passenger ferry Capsized in rough seas Sunday morning

22. 10 The scandal took a new turn over the weekend.

23. 5 We urge them to turn over a new leaf.

24. 25 This programme's boring - shall I turn over to BBC?

25. Icebergs are notoriously unstable and are likely to turn over.

26. 27 Old time railwaymen would turn over in their graves!

27. 26 We urge them to turn over a new leaf.

28. 6 A supermarket will turn over its stock very rapidly.

29. Attorn: To turn over money, rent, or goods to another

30. 9 In 200 history and turn over a new leaf.

31. 10 Do you promise to turn over a new leaf.

32. 16 He decided to turn over a new leaf after that.

33. He promised to turn over a new leaf and study harder.

34. 12 Icebergs are notoriously unstable and are likely to turn over.

35. 22 The battery is dead and the moter won't turn over.

36. 4 Lay by the bad habits and turn over a new leaf.

37. Let me turn over now so you can do the other side.

38. 20 Can we turn over? There's a film I want to see.

39. 21 Now let's forget the past and turn over a new leaf!

40. 15 I want to settle down, and turn over a new leaf.

41. So without further ado let me turn over to Ian Eagle , Ian.

42. 18 Lay by the bad habits and turn over a new leaf.

43. 1 He promised to turn over a new leaf and study harder.

44. Bandicoots turn over huge amounts of soil in their search for food

45. 3 He promised to turn over a new leaf and study harder.

46. 13 I see fatherhood as a chance to turn over a new leaf.

47. If you turn over a turtle on its back, it will become helpless.

48. 2 I see fatherhood as a chance to turn over a new leaf.

49. 23 No battery could store enough energy to turn over a car's engine.

50. 15 To whom should we turn over the key when we leave here?