Turnaround

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.

Turnaround

Securities bought and sold for settlement on the same day. Also, when a firm that has been performing poorly changes its financial course and improves its performance.
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turnaround

[n] - time need to prepare a vessel or ship for a return trip 2. [n] - an area sufficiently large for a vehicle to turn around 3. [n] - act or process of unloading and loading and servicing a vessel or aircraft for a return trip
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turnaround

noun an area sufficiently large for a vehicle to turn around
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turnaround

noun act or process of unloading and loading and servicing a vessel or aircraft for a return trip
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Turnaround

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.
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Turnaround

A situation where securities are bought and sold on the same day for settlement purposes. Discover What It`s Like to Live Easy With EquiTrend
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Turnaround

[refining] 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 blanket term that encompasses more specific terms such as I&Ts (Inspection &...
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Turnaround

In one case, turnaround refers to the period of time that has lapsed between a film project being abandoned by one studio or producer and being picked-up or accepted by another studio or producer. Turnaround also refers to the amount of time required to take-down one set and build a replacement for the same sound stage. This is germane to sets film...
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Turnaround

[road] In the field of road transport, a turnaround is a type of junction that allows traffic traveling in one direction on a road to efficiently make a U-turn (to reverse course and travel the opposite direction) typically without backing up or making dangerous maneuvers in the middle of the traffic stream. While many junction types permit...
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Turnaround

[music] 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. The turnaround may lead back to this section either harmonically, as a chord progression, or melodically. ==Typical turnarounds== Typical turn...
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Turnaround

[filmmaking] 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. Michael Cieply defined the term in The New York Times as `arrangements under which producers can move a project from o...
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Turnaround

In the equities market, a reversal; unwind.
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turnaround

the point where the riders reverse direction on an out-and-back time trial course.
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Turnaround

the point where the riders reverse direction on an out-and-back time trial course.
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