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Definition of "out-turn" [out-turn]

  • A shot in which the handle of the stone is rotated away from the body. (noun) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "out-turn" in a sentence
  • "The Treasury committee report chimes with many others in its general conclusion that "the out-turn costs of construction and service provision are broadly similar between PFI and traditional procured projects, although in some areas PFI seems to perform more poorly"."
  • "Given real growth in the second quarter was barely positive, it would not take very much for it to be subsequently revised down to a negative growth out-turn."
  • "The Mitsubishi Zero “Zeke” was some 80 miles per hour slower, and could only hope to out-turn or out-climb the P-51 at low to medium altitudes."