churn - definition and synonyms

noun [countable] 

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/tʃɜː(r)n/
singularchurn
pluralchurns
  1. 1
    a container in which milk or cream is mixed to make butter
  2. 2
    British a milk churn
  3.   From our crowdsourced Open Dictionary
    3
    with reference to voters, switching of support for political parties

    Such a high level of voter churn is unusual, especially given it is not very long since the last general election.

    Submitted by Mark Dobson from Italy on 31/05/2017
  4.   From our crowdsourced Open Dictionary
    4
    rapid and continuing movement and change

    Teachers say the real problem is not language but the churn of children in and out.

    Submitted from United Kingdom on 27/03/2015