A larger structure serving the same purpose as a turret, compared to the stand-alone gun, turret.

Commonly used outside the US where proper English DOES exist. It should be added to an English dictionary, if it has not been already. Turret is instead used as being part of a tower or building.

It might also relate to a more automatic and continuously firing weapon.

Regardless of the differences, it is sometimes used interchangeably with turret and found in both forms in video games.
The missile turrent was a base defence while the naval boats had turrets as their means of combat.
by The Anonymous Input April 13, 2009
A common misspelling of the word "turret," usually made by people with a fourth-grade education.
Turrents r kOOL!!!!!!!!!!!!
by Spelling Crusade November 13, 2004
A prominent typo of "turrets" in many games, particularly Infantry.
Herthbul> rofl my nade missed all the turrents
by Homsar June 21, 2004
When a tall skinny bald guy tries to say turrets.
I died cause all those turrents were shooting me
by Ichiro July 14, 2003
Pertaining to the Half-Life modification: Natural-Selection. Turrents are structures that rely on a Turrent Factory (TF) that shoot aliens. See also: turrent whore, turrent farm.
We NEED more TURRENTS COMMANDO!
by Flayra November 24, 2003

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