Translation of "gross" - English-Traditional Chinese dictionary

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grossadjective, adverb

uk /ɡrəʊs/ us /ɡroʊs/

C1 (in) total

總的,毛的;總共,全部
A person's gross income is the money they earn before tax is deducted from it. 個人總收入是指稅前的收入總和。
Once wrapped, the gross weight of the package is 2.1 kg. 包裝後,這個包裹的總重量是兩公斤。
She earns £30,000 a year gross. 她每年的總收入是三萬英鎊。

More examples

  • I earn £15,000 gross, but my net income is about £12,000.
  • His gross annual income is over half a million pounds.
  • This graph shows the gross domestic product of all the European countries.
  • Tax is payable on the gross weight of the cargo.
  • The label gives the gross and net weight of the product.

grossadjective

uk /ɡrəʊs/ us /ɡroʊs/

gross adjective (UNPLEASANT)

informal extremely unpleasant

極其令人厭惡的;令人噁心的;令人不快的
"Oh, gross!" she said, looking at the flies buzzing above the piles of dirty plates. 「呀,真噁心!」她看著在一堆堆骯髒的碟子上飛來飛去的蒼蠅說道。

gross adjective (FAT)

extremely fat or large and ugly

極胖而難看的;臃腫難看的;龐大不雅觀的
I'd put on ten kilos and felt gross in my bikini. 我體重增加了十公斤,穿著比基尼覺得臃腫難看。

gross adjective (UNACCEPTABLE)

C1 [ before noun ] formal (especially in law) unacceptable because clearly wrong

(尤指違法行為)嚴重的,惡劣的,極端的,不能接受的
gross misconduct/indecency 嚴重瀆職/猥褻
a gross violation of justice 嚴重違反公平

grossverb [ T ]

uk /ɡrəʊs/ us /ɡroʊs/

to earn a particular amount of money before tax is paid or costs are taken away

總收入為;總共賺得;獲得…毛利
The film has grossed over $200 million this year. 這齣電影今年總收入超過了兩億美元。

Phrasal verb(s)

grossnoun [ C ]

uk /ɡrəʊs/ us /ɡroʊs/ plural gross old-fashioned

(a group of) 144

一籮(12打,144個)

(Translation of “gross” from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)