turn·key

 (tûrn′kē′)n.pl.turn·keys

The keeper of the keys in a prison; a jailer.

adj.

1. Supplied, installed, or purchased in a condition ready for immediate use, occupation, or operation: a turnkey computer system; a turnkey housing project.

2. Of or relating to something supplied, installed, or purchased in this manner: a turnkey agreement.

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turnkey

(ˈtɜːnˌkiː)n

archaic a keeper of the keys, esp in a prison; warder or jailer

adj

(Civil Engineering) denoting a project, as in civil engineering, in which a single contractor has responsibility for the complete job from the start to the time of installation or occupancy

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turn•key

(ˈtɜrnˌki)

n., pl. -keys,
adj. n.

1. a person who has charge of the keys of a prison; jailer.

adj.

2. ready for occupancy when turned over to the owner: turnkey housing.

3. fully equipped; ready to go into operation: a turnkey power plant.

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