Translation for 'turnover' from English to Russian
NOUN   a turnover | turnovers
SYNO dollar volume | employee turnover | overturn | ...
оборот {м}
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Translation for 'turnover' from English to Russian

оборот {м}комм.
Usage Examples English
  • In the 2016 financial year, the Häfele group had a turnover of 1.311 billion Euros with 38 subsidiaries in 6 continents.
  • Receivable Turnover Ratio or Debtor's Turnover Ratio is an accounting measure used to measure how effective a company is in extending credit as well as collecting debts.
  • Meridien Shipping - formed in 1993 to operate a freight ferry service between Folkestone and Boulogne. Two ships chartered. Turnover first year, £5m+ and profitable. Second year, £7m turnover.
  • One can rather easily spot an office with a bullying problem - there is an exceptionally high rate of turnover.
  • 1963 Between 1959 and 1963, CFN's turnover had risen by 41 per cent. Seventy per cent of this turnover is in foreign markets.

  • A fumble is one of three events that can cause a turnover (the other two being an interception or a turnover on downs).
  • The single turnover notch positioned on the left side (plate connector side) of the rotor triggers the stepping motion by engaging the ratchet teeth of the wheel to the left.
  • In 2007, the annual turnover was A$1 billion, making it the shopping centre in Australia with the highest annual turnover and the first to have an annual turnover of A$1 billion.
  • Caritas' turnover is exempt from turnover tax.
  • The venue was listed as being able to hold 500 spectators and in 1947 had a totalisator turnover of £157,233 which was a large turnover for a small track.

  • The store has an annual turnover of about NOK 6 billion. The turnover each Sunday is NOK 10-12 million.
  • Slaughterhouse employee turnover rates tend to be extremely high.
  • The faster the turnover of constant capital (i.e., the shorter the turnover time), other things being equal, the higher the rate of profit.
  • Human relation variables and group norms are variables of job attitude that are directly related to turnover.
  • In 2018, the turnover of Euroapotheca Group was EUR 682.9 million, i.e.

  • In 2011, the valve sector has represented a turnover of more than 2.7 billion euros; for the pump sector, the turnover was 2.3 billion euros ; finally the turnover of compressor sector was 1.6 billion euros (info INSEE 2011).
  • During the 1990s, it was the fourth largest exchange in India by turnover, with a daily turnover of [...] 70– [...] , with 476 Indian companies listed.
  • Goodman Fielder owned the company in 1986 and had an annual turnover of [...] 100 million, but 15 years later turnover had reduced to [...] 15 million.
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