In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1.1(volume)(of business) facturación femenino(of sales) facturación femenino(of sales) volumen de ventas masculino
1.2(of stock)rotación femenino
- Sometimes shops cut prices in the interest of increased turnover.
- They are packed in ice and the brisk turnover means they sell freshly and deliciously.
- The inventory turnover ratio measures how quickly inventory is sold and replaced each year.
1.3(of staff)movimiento masculinorenovación femenino
- Staff turnover has dropped dramatically, as fewer consultants leave to take up new jobs.
- Staff turnover is low compared with some agencies and employees enjoy benefits such as free fruit, a nail bar and gym membership.
- Although there are no official statistics, the turnover rate of staff in low-skilled jobs in the Civil Service is believed to be quite high.
- One former employee said that the company had expanded way ahead of its requirements and had a high staff turnover because of employee dissatisfaction.
- The annual turnover of staff in fast food restaurants is often close to 100%.
- Our staff turnover rate is in single figures, which is incredible for our sector.
- In these firms' U.S. and Canadian operations, employment relations are typically far less stable, with much more frequent turnover of staff.
- Staff turnover has remained fairly low, fostering the program's capacity to develop lasting relationships with parents and children.
- Staff turnover in banking has been very high over the past three years because of the skills shortage and the surge in career choices.
- According to the manager, the staff turnover or ‘churn rate’ is about 1 percent.
- Staff turnover is low, with several employees having served for more than 25 years.
- With a high turnover of staff in restaurants, the system excels by being simple to use.
- Employee turnover rates appeared to hold steady through 2002, the restaurant association says.
- Indian graduates will not always aspire to work in an industry that employs school-leavers in the West, resulting in a high turnover of staff and a potential slump in productivity.
- It has a 8,000-strong workforce and an annual turnover of around £750 million.
- The frequent turnover on pastoral staffs led churches to experience upheaval and decline.
- The company operates in a business sector notorious for high staff turnover, with employees often switching agencies or wanting to do their own thing.
- Candidates who accept the position should have a lower turnover rate than similar employees sourced using alternative sources.
- The company employs 160 staff and had a turnover last year of €52.5 million.
- Because of the nature of the work in contact centres, there is often a high turnover in staff.
2Cocinaempanada femenino América Latinaempanadilla femenino España
- In the end she had to give me an apple turnover to shut me up.
- Upgrade to ‘supersize’ and throw in an apple turnover and the calorie count for that meal alone approaches the recommended amount for an entire day.
- The morning special was little more than a nice warm pan of a sweet raspberry turnover, a delicacy at the little shop.
- He quickly snatched the last few flaky crumbs of an apple turnover as the plate was whisked away.
- Sometimes the dessert tray even yields a true rarity - apple pie worth eating, here folded into honest turnover form.
- People have a wide choice of other pastries, including chouquettes, apple turnovers, chocolate croissants and curry chicken puffs.
- Her Vanilla slice and Apple turnovers and creams are the most sought after dessert here.
- Brush the pastry edges with beaten egg yolk and form turnovers.
- Unfold refrigerated piecrusts to make pot pies, Jamaican patties, empanadas and apple turnovers.
- Richard Landon, 37, was self-conscious about his 29 st 3lb frame and used to eat pasties and apple turnovers secretly at lunchtime.
- The potato-stuffed turnovers, are so well-seasoned they require no chutneys to please.
- Trev's enterprise is fueling such tasty delights as the delicious quangdong pie, sweet jam and of course his speciality, the quangdong turnover.
- Julia journeys from her studio kitchen to Provence to make a spinach turnover with her collaborator Simone Beck.
3EEUUDeportepérdida del balón femeninopérdida de la pelota femenino
- Three of their first four possessions ended with turnovers.
- During those five years Cunningham was involved with the team, the Chiefs averaged 33.5 turnovers a game.
- It seemed like every time they got the ball, we forced a turnover in that game.
- Known for his ability to take care of the ball, he already has had two games with seven turnovers.
- Coach George Seifert says opposing defenses look for turnovers when he has the ball.
- The team averages fewer than 14 turnovers a game.
- They make up for that by attacking the ball and forcing 19.8 turnovers per game.
- The team has committed 10 turnovers in the two games but won somehow.
- The team had seven turnovers last week against Arizona State.
- Only three other teams committed more turnovers than Atlanta last season, and the perimeter positions remain in flux.
- The winner won't have to carry the club; he'll just need to avoid turnovers and get the ball to the playmakers.
- Carlyle wanted to cut down on the team's neutral-zone turnovers.
- Over the last nine games, seven of which were losses, the Chargers forced nine turnovers while giving the ball away more often.
- He had six turnovers the next game, when the Lakers struggled to beat Cleveland, and Jackson gave him an earful during a timeout.
- After a slow start, the team has found a successful formula and has stuck to its strengths - running the ball, avoiding turnovers and playing great defense.
- A turnover in possession after the kick-off saw Uni get the ball just into the Ballina half.
- The Raptors have been one of the league's best teams at avoiding turnovers.
- The team's no-risk, no-fault offense resulted in only 13.4 turnovers per game.
- If we can take care of the ball and limit our turnovers, that will give us more opportunities to score.
- A turnover is where your team has the ball, and you lose it to the other team.
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