turnover

Part of speech: adjective

Folding over; as, a turn- over collar.

Part of speech: noun

A small pie having a circular crust turned over on itself.

Part of speech: noun

A utensil for turning over food in a frying pan.

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Usage examples "turnover":

  1. To the employment manager, labor turnover and the selection of personnel are adjacent fields of research. - "The Glands Regulating Personality", Louis Berman, M.D..
  2. But the day after he got up very early and took the lunch Granny had ready for him to take to school- two boiled eggs and an apple turnover- and he took his lantern and went off as straight as a dart to the mountains to explore the caves. - "The Book of Dragons", Edith Nesbit.
  3. The most important among the listed revenue sources were the turnover tax and deductions from profits. - "Area Handbook for Albania", Eugene K. Keefe Sarah Jane Elpern William Giloane James M. Moore, Jr. Stephen Peters Eston T. White.