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upturn

[′əp‚tərn]
(building construction)
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Overall, economic upturns represent a tremendous opportunity for governments, but how that opportunity is defined may differ within the organization.
This time, Trott said there would be an upturn, but it's going to be more modest than some experts expect.
What's different this time is the recovery's gradual unfolding compared to previous upturns, in combination with the reduced support available from a commercial building sector still beleaguered by a glut of excess space.
Creating value-added solutions for our customers in key nanotechnology markets has provided FEI growth in upturns and buoyancy in downturns.