upturn (Meaning)

Wordnet

upturn (n)

an upward movement or trend as in business activity

Webster

upturn (v. t.)

To turn up; to direct upward; to throw up; as, to upturn the ground in plowing.

upturn Sentence Examples

  1. The recent economic upturn has boosted consumer spending.
  2. The upturn in sales has led to an increase in staffing levels.
  3. After years of decline, the real estate market has experienced an upturn.
  4. The upturn in tourism has brought much-needed revenue to the region.
  5. The upturn in the weather has encouraged people to spend more time outdoors.
  6. The company's fortunes have taken an upturn since the new management took over.
  7. The upturn in the stock market has led to increased investor confidence.
  8. The upturn in popularity has made the product hard to find in stores.
  9. The upturn in demand has caused a shortage of essential supplies.
  10. The upturn in the economy has not yet reached all sectors.

FAQs About the word upturn

an upward movement or trend as in business activityTo turn up; to direct upward; to throw up; as, to upturn the ground in plowing.

uptrend,upswing, thrust, upwelling, upheaval, upsurge, uplifting, boost, upthrust, ascension

sinking, decrease, decline, decline,decrease, sinking, down, plop, plummeting, dip

The recent economic upturn has boosted consumer spending.

The upturn in sales has led to an increase in staffing levels.

After years of decline, the real estate market has experienced an upturn.

The upturn in tourism has brought much-needed revenue to the region.