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turning point

  

      n   tournant    m     
→ The turning point of his career came in 1958        
→ the crucial turning point in the war against Japan        
→ the economy was at a turning point        
It proved to be a turning point in his life.      Ça a été un tournant dans sa vie.  
Translation English - French Collins Dictionary  
turning point n.
tournant

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Collaborative Dictionary     English-French
n.
creux de la courbe ; point le plus bas
n.
sommet de la courbe ; point culminant
pr. part
tournant (vt.) ; se tournant (vr.) ; devenant (+adj) (vt.,vi.)
n.
tournage
n.
décolletage
[Tech.]
pr. part
produisant (vt.) ; sortant (vi.)
pr. part
détournant (vt.) ; se détournant (vr.)
n.
vireur
[Tech.]
pr. part
rejetant
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'turning point' also found in translations in French-English dictionary
n.
turning point
exp.
a turning point
n.
turning point, pivotal period
exp.
It was a turning point in his life.
n.
1. beginning of the end 2. start of the endgame ; turning point for the decline
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"turning point": examples and translations in context
Transatlantic relations are at a turning point. Les relations transatlantiques sont aujourd'hui à un tournant.
This summit is truly a historic turning point. « Ce sommet a été un tournant historique, véritablement.
It was certainly a turning point. Il a certainement marqué un tournant.
China is at a turning point. La Chine se trouve à un tournant de son histoire.
She is absolutely right that we are at a turning point. Elle a tout à fait raison de dire que nous sommes à un tournant.
The oil crises marked a political as well as an economic turning point. La crise du pétrole a marqué un tournant politique autant qu'économique.
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