break even Meaning in Cambridge American English Dictionary
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break even

to earn enough money to pay for expenses, without any profit: We’d have to sell 2000 copies of the book to break even.
Translations of “break even”
in Chinese (Traditional) 收支平衡, (尤指商業活動)不賺不賠…
in Chinese (Simplified) 收支平衡, (尤指商业活动)不赚不赔…
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