Meaning of upturn
Pronunciation: (v.up-tûrn', up'tûrn"n.up'tûrn"), [key]
- to turn up or over: The farmer upturned clumps of sod with his spade.
- to cause disorder; upheave: The storm upturned the town.
- to direct or turn upward: She upturned her face toward heaven and prayed.
- to turn up or upward: Her eyes upturned to see his face.
- chaos or extreme disorder, as in society; an upheaval.
- an upward turn, or a changing and rising movement, as in prices or business.
- upturn (Thesaurus)