Turnkey

Turnkey,

Definition of Turnkey:

  1. Program, project, solution, or system where the contractor or provider undertakes the entire responsibility from design through completion and commissioning. The client or customer only has to turn the proverbial key to make everything function as it should. See also superturnkey.

  2. Of or involving the provision of a complete product or service that is ready for immediate use.

  3. A jailer.

Synonyms of Turnkey

Prison officer, Warder, Prison warder, Wardress, Prison wardress, Warden, Prison warden, Guard, Prison guard, Keeper, Incarcerator, Captor, Sentry

How to use Turnkey in a sentence?

  1. Being the main person in a turnkey project means that the results will be on you whether they are good or bad.
  2. Using a turnkey approach will put a lot of pressure on someone but if they succeed then it can lead to big things.
  3. Turnkey systems for telecommunications customers.
  4. The engineers were warned that the upcoming renovation was a turnkey project and that they had better stay away and not interfere with the temperamental contractor.
  5. In 1843 the gaol had a governor, two turnkeys and two guards but no matron for female prisoners until 1850 when the second stage of the gaol was completed.

Meaning of Turnkey & Turnkey Definition