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Translation of "gross" - English-Spanish dictionary

gross

adjective   /ɡrəʊs/
A gross amount of money has not had taxes or other costs taken from it. bruto gross earnings/profit
verb   /ɡrəʊs/
to earn a particular amount of money as a total before tax or other costs are taken from it tener unos ingresos brutos de The movie grossed $250 million.
(Definition of gross from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

gross

adjective /ɡrəus/
very bad flagrante, grande, craso gross errors/indecency.
vulgar grosero gross language.
too fat muy gordo, obeso a large, gross woman.
total bruto The gross weight of a parcel is the total weight of the contents, the box, the wrapping etc.
grossly adverb
groseramente, indecentemente The factory workers are grossly underpaid He behaved grossly.
gross domestic product noun
(business ) (abbreviation GDP) the total value of all the goods and services produced by a country in one year, except for income received from money invested in other countries producto interior bruto
gross national product noun
(business ) (abbreviation GNP) the total value of all the goods and services produced by a country in a year. producto nacional bruto
(Definition of gross from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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