act of pivoting 180 degrees, especially in a military formation
- Turn about is fair play.
- They disputed about whose turn it was to take the trash out.
- Police have failed to turn up any new evidence about the murder.
- I'd like to turn some photos of mine into a calendar. How should I go about it?
- I was about to reply, when an almost general exclamation made us turn our eyes to the panel.
- While Germany calculates a discounted cash-flow for the period 2006 to 2042 of about EUR […] for the expansion with DHL and of about — EUR […] for the expansion without DHL, the terminal values — which are also discounted to 2006 — amount to about EUR […] and respectively EUR […]. As can be seen from these figures, the terminal values increase the profitability of the expansion scenario with DHL by a factor of almost […] and turn the expansion without DHL from a loss-making into a profitable project with a cash-flow of about EUR […].
- While the previous paragraph analyses the distortion of competition brought about by the aid, it is also necessary, as indicated in point 38 of the restructuring guidelines, which in turn reflects Article 87(3)(c) of the Treaty, to analyse the scale of the ‘adverse effects on trading conditions’ between Member States.
- As can be seen from these figures, the terminal values increase the profitability of the expansion scenario with DHL by a factor of almost […] and turn the expansion without DHL from a loss-making into a profitable project with a cash-flow of about EUR […].
- the Commission services January 2009 interim forecast projects a deficit in 2009/10 of 9 1/2 % of GDP, 1 1/4 pp. higher than in the convergence programme, primarily on account of the significantly worse macroeconomic economic context foreseen in the Commission services’ January 2009 forecast, with the level of nominal GDP about 5 % lower. Meanwhile, the public finances data that were published subsequent to the Commission services’ January 2009 interim forecast indicate that the out-turn for public finances in 2008/09 is likely to be worse than expected.