Definition of Churn:
(of a broker) encourage frequent turnover of (investments) in order to generate commission.
A machine or container in which butter is made by agitating milk or cream.
Short for churn rate.
Attrition or turnover of customers of a business or users of a service. In the new economy (which provides unprecedented choice, and instant and global access to products and information) churn rate determines business earnings and growth. A firm has to earn and re-earn every day the loyalty of its customers.
(with reference to liquid) move or cause to move about vigorously.
Have an unpleasant disturbed feeling.
Agitate or turn (milk or cream) in a machine in order to produce butter.
Synonyms of Churn
Blender, Food processor, Liquidizer, Stirrer, Beater, Churn, Whisk, Be turbulent, Heave, Boil, Swirl, Toss, Seethe, Foam, Froth, Stir, Agitate, Agitate, Agitation, Agitator, Beat, Beat up, Beater, Blender, Bluster, Bobbery, Boil, Boiling, Brouhaha, Bubble, Bustle, Cement mixer, Churn up, Clabber, Clot, Coagulate, Colloid, Colloidize, Commotion, Conturbation, Convulse, Cream, Crucible, Curdle, Disarrange, Discompose, Discomposure, Disorder, Disquiet, Disquietude, Disturb, Disturbance, Ebullition, Eggbeater, Embroilment, Emulsifier, Emulsify, Emulsionize, Excite, Excitement, Ferment, Fermentation, Fever, Feverishness, Fidgets, Flap, Flurry, Fluster, Flutteration, Foam, Foment, Fret, Fume, Fuss, Hubbub, Hurly-burly, Incrassate, Inquietude, Inspissate, Jell, Jellify, Jelly, Jiggler, Jitters, Jumpiness, Lopper, Maelstrom, Malaise, Melting pot, Mixer, Moil, Nerviness, Nervosity, Nervousness, Paddle, Perturb, Perturbate, Perturbation, Restlessness, Rile, Ripple, Roil, Roughen, Rout, Row, Ruffle, Rumple, Seethe, Seething, Shake, Shake up, Shaker, Simmer, Smolder, Stew, Stir, Stir up, Swirl, Thicken, To-do, Trepidation, Trepidity, Trouble, Tumult, Tumultuation, Turbidity, Turbulence, Turmoil, Twitter, Unease, Unrest, Upset, Vibrator, Whip, Whip up, Whisk, Work up
How to use Churn in a sentence?
- Mothers made butter from milk, they mixed the milk in a butter churn.
- Sometimes your business will feel like it is in a constant state of churn and that is fine as long as new customers keep coming.
- The cream is ripened before it is churned.
- The seas churned.
- These brokers churn the clients portfolio to generate an income for themselves.
- Her stomach was churning at the thought of the ordeal.
- I wanted to look into the businesses churn rate, not only because it would help me for the economics test I would be taking, but to see how many customers they currently had compared to the past.
- Previous years had been fairly steady and predictable in terms of customer activity, but this current shopping season was showing a disturbing amount of churn , so much so that management was desperate to find out the reason for the upheaval.
Meaning of Churn & Churn Definition