turnkey

turn"key`

(trn"k`), a. Of or pertaining to a building, complex device, system, or industrial installation which is sold by a contractor only after it is ready for immediate occupation or use; fully functional and ready for use; -- used of complex systems of a type which often require preparation or installation by the user before being capable of functioning as intended; as, a turnkey ethylene production plant; a turnkey apartment building.
[PJC]

 

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