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cash turnovernoun [U]

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the ​number of cashcycles (= the ​time it ​takes for a ​company to ​change the ​value of ​materials it has ​bought into ​money received by ​sellingproducts) a ​company completes during the ​period of ​time for which it prepares its ​accounts: Using the ​results of the ​cashcycle, we can ​estimate what the ​cashturnover might be.
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