could you please tell me what does "In terms of turnover" mean? example: In just a few decades, the videogame industry has become a lot bigger than the film bussiness. In terms of turnover, what is rather grandly called "enteractive entertainment" make twice as much money as Hollywood cinema.
Aug 2, 2014 2:32 PM
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I would not use "In terms of turnover" in this context. I don't think it makes sense here. In this context it basically means "with regard to change". I think the example would work better by just removing "In terms of turnover". Turnover is more commonly used to refer to turnover of staff or turnover of inventory.
August 2, 2014
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