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Plural for an upward trend or increase
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“In the last three recessions, the upturn in profits coincided more nearly with the upturn in business activity.”
Plural for an improvement or rally, especially in economic conditions or someone's fortunes
“The signs of a much-needed upturn in British fortunes were more pronounced in women's tennis after 1955.”
Plural for an instance or state of renewed strength or vigor
Plural for a situation of panic or disorder
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Plural for a section of a roof covering or flashing which turns up against a vertical surface
Plural for a sudden, widespread occurrence of an undesirable phenomenon
Plural for a return to prosperity in the economy of a country
To turn (something) up or over
“You know, under international regulations, we cannot approach within one hundred meters of a whale, because the whale could dive and upturn the boat.”
To elevate or extend in an upward direction or motion
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“Humid gusts of wind filled the palms, making their leaves upturn and rustle.”
To physically move from a lower to a higher place or position
To knock someone or something down or over
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