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The turnaround for results lags and speeds up and lags again.
The goal is to avoid the long testing turnaround times that the country was plagued with this summer.
In 2013, she was hired away from Forbes to lead the Times’ ad business, where she oversaw a turnaround and managed to introduce a native advertising studio to an old-school news company.
The goal for Social Studio is a 10-day turnaround from campaign booking to going live, although Estée Lauder took 14 days due to delays caused by remote working.
The alliance is now embarking on a turnaround plan that involves wide-ranging jobs and production cuts.
Yet even as the Germans wallowed in bitter self-pity, another defeated superpower underwent a dramatic turnaround.
This decline in entrepreneurial activity marks a historic turnaround.
The following month, however, funding had collapsed and the project was put in turnaround.
He had not made any such statement, he said, although they had not ruled out “the possibility of an air turnaround.”
“It is a turnaround,” Ozer said about the trial, which is scheduled to continue on April 21, with “Zona” remaining in detention.
However, the rapid turnaround of many of the ships shows this was not usually the case.
Only Hunter and his faded seat companion got out at the turnaround terminal and took the slideway to center-city.
The turnaround in Milosevic's position was too sudden and Russia's support has always been more moral than military.
On this page you'll find 31 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to turnaround, such as: turnabout, u-turn, annulment, cancellation, inversion, and repeal.
From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.