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Synonyms for upturn
ʌpˈtɜrn, ˈʌpˌtɜrn; ˈʌpˌtɜrnup·turn

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  1. upturnnoun

    an upward movement or trend as in business activity

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  1. List of paraphrases for "upturn":

    recovery, resumption, rebound, revival, boom, upswing

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#2147recovery
#7386boom
#9429rebound
#12420revival
#32438resumption
#63908upturn
#66030upswing

How to use upturn in a sentence?

  1. Philip Baggaley:

    I think the expectation for an upturn in bookings in the spring and summer and a return to profitability is a reasonable base case, but a lot of other things can happen.

  2. Glenn Huniche:

    That is something that is going to be game changing in the years to come, with the upturn, conventional (tanker) owners are coming back with money in their pockets - and that can be used in instruments like this.

  3. Craig Erlam:

    Inflation and central banks’ response to it remain front and centre in investors’ minds and while the situation has not improved in recent weeks, there has been a clear upturn in sentiment.

  4. Chris Williamson:

    Business picked up especially towards the end of the month, when the impact of bad weather on the East Coast and port delays on the West Coast began to clear, which suggests this may be a temporary upturn.

  5. Chris Williamson:

    The Markit PMI data indicate that the US economy enjoyed a good start to the third quarter. Faster growth in services accompanied a similar upturn in manufacturing.


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