turnaround noun (BIG CHANGE) translate to Traditional Chinese
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turnaround

noun [S] (BIG CHANGE)
重大的改變
 
 
/ˈtɜːn.ə.raʊnd/ US  /ˈtɝːn-/
( UK also turnround) when a business, plan or system suddenly becomes successful
(突然)好轉,改觀,改善
The chairman, Tony Bramall, was responsible for the turnaround in the company's fortunes.
公司命運的轉變歸功於董事長托尼‧布拉莫爾。
Success and achievementsHigher and lower points of achievementFailuresStarting, succeeding and failing in business
( UK also turnround) any change from one thing to its opposite
根本性的變化,徹底的改變
What a turnaround - at halftime they were losing 3-0, but in the end they won 4-3.
真是一個大逆轉——中場休息時,他們還以0比3落後,可最後卻以4比3勝出。
Change and changes
(Definition of turnaround noun (BIG CHANGE) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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