turn for the better

turn for the better

Also, turn for the worse. See under take a turn for the better.
See also: better, turn
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e weather then took a turn for the better and the competition was played in an excellent spirit.
However, his summer takes a turn for the better when he meets and falls in love with a co-worker (Kristen Stewart).
If sentiment surrounding Premier (and the oil sector as a whole) were to take a turn for the better the stock would likely look very good value indeed.
I know a lot of people are struggling, but there is a real sense that things are taking a turn for the better.
As Haddin departs to lead an Australia A squad in three matches before the main event of the English summer, he, however, said that would not have gone anywhere and may have even left the game altogether if circumstances did not turn for the better, adding that he is lucky to get a second chance back in the game to keep on challenging himself to be a better cricketer.
He said that he had faced difficult situations in the past and seen them turn for the better.
DARYL Jacob's luck took a turn for the better at Fontwell when Father Probus won on his first start for Nick Williams in the Michael Afflick Is Great @Paddy Power Novices' Handicap Chase.
The plastics entrepreneur said while times are tough for setting up, it will get easier when the economy takes a turn for the better.
West Midlands Fire Service said staff handled 13 storm-related calls between 8pm and 9pm yesterday but the call level quickly eased off once the weather took a turn for the better.
The Irishman's stop-start campaign took a turn for the better in midweek when his early goal got the Hibees off to a flyer against Dundee United but he couldn't stop the Arabs from going on to seal victory.
The war on the pirate scourge took a turn for the better for the combined naval forces in the Gulf of Aden when a Russian destroyer captured a pirate mother ship off the Somali coast and handed the crew over to Iranian and Pakistani investigators.
Investment activity in the second half of the year will be sporadic; more projects will be put on ice and the sector will bounce back to normal as soon as the economy takes a turn for the better, Foros said.
RICHIE RAMSAY reckons his form is taking a turn for the better because of a new-found selfconfidence.
Andrew Shellard, operations manager for Wales from Manpower, an employment services provider, said: "Employers need to think carefully before making redundancies as the loss of intellectual capital could be detrimental when the economy takes a turn for the better and business begins to pick up.
Such an anniversary seemed unlikely a couple of months ago when the previous promoters officially departed, but things have definitely taken a turn for the better at the Brandon venue even if there are still some outstanding issues to be resolved.