- 1The amount of something produced, especially money: the financial out-turnMore example sentences
- This creates difficulties for health authorities and primary care groups in tracking financial out-turns.
- Spending in 2001 hit 23% and most analysts believe the out-turn for this year will be closer to 20% against the planned 14.3%.
- Previous projections for 2001/2002 estimated that 16 per cent of the budget would be taken up by police pensions, but the actual out-turn was 20 per cent.
- 1.1The result of a process or sequence of events: an entirely implausible out-turnMore example sentences
- The out-turn had advantages for Wallace, and led to a unique friendship between the two rivals.
More definitions of out-turnDefinition of out-turn in:
- The US English dictionary