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NOUN   an upturn | upturns
подъём {м}upturn
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Translation for 'upturn' from English to Russian

подъём {м}
Usage Examples English
  • Upon O'Meara's purchase of the magazine, however, boating began an upturn in popularity again that would continue for quite some time.
  • The newspaper was revamped and printed in full colour resulting in a significant upturn in sales. The "Derry News" is edited by John Gill.
  • In 2005, the company began an upturn in production.
  • When sticks with an upturn substantially more than that (some more than half the length of the handle) began to appear, which was around 1988, the FIH placed a limit of 100 mm (4") on the upturn of the toe of the head.
  • Through population growth, immigration profits by expellees and foreign and resettled Russia German, the economic upturn from 1950 reached the region. A commuter town, Bästenhardt, was built.
  • Cullen's guiding principle was, he stated, "The fool who spends on the upturn will find himself broke on the downturn".
  • After a disappointing season, 1998–99, which saw Cambuslang relegated to National League Division 3, there has been a distinct upturn in fortunes for the club.
  • The term "upturn" utilized in the title would end up becoming the name of all of their corresponding concert tours.
  • Although the neighborhood declined as Pontiac's fortunes sank, it has recently seen an upturn.
  • However, despite the recent upturn in results, goals from Ayoze Perez and Matt Ritchie saw Lacazette's early goal rendered worthless at St James Park, with Newcastle United recording a 2–1 victory.
  • This upturn may be linked to the dynamism shown by exports of goods and services, as well as private consumption.
  • The relevance of observing at 45 and 90 GHz comes from the necessity to determine the "upturn" frequency in the so-called "THz events": if the main radiation mechanism is synchrotron radiation from accelerated electrons emitting at chromospheric or coronal heights, it is expected a spectrum with a long and descending logarithmic tail towards millimeter wavelengths.
  • McInerney first lined out for Clare in 1913, at a time when the team's fortunes were about to take an upturn.
  • Armstrong's theory was initially applied in 1977, when he used it to successfully predict an upturn in the price of commodities, according to "The New Yorker".
  • The 1990s saw an upturn in the club's fortunes and three teams were regularly playing each week with socialising based at the Synthonia Cricket Club.
  • Derby's upturn in form had also sparked an upturn in attendances, which had fallen dramatically during the late 1970s and early 1980s.
  • The Cyrillic letter has a protruding vertical stroke (upturn), as with Ghe with upturn (Ґ ґ [...]), in the upper left corner of De (Д д [...]).
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