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net

adjective /net/
(of a profit etc ) remaining after all expenses etc have been paid neto The net profit from the sale was $200.
(of the weight of something) not including the packaging or container neto The sugar has a net weight of 1 kilo The sugar weighs one kilo net.
(Definition of net from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “net”
in Korean 순-…
in Arabic صاف…
in Malaysian untung bersih, berat bersih…
in French net…
in Russian чистый (о доходе)…
in Chinese (Traditional) 淨得的,純的…
in Italian netto…
in Turkish net, safı…
in Polish netto…
in Vietnamese lãi ròng, tịnh…
in Portuguese líquido…
in Thai ราคาสุทธิ, น้ำหนักสุทธิ (ไม่รวมหีบห่อ)…
in German Netto-…, Rein-……
in Catalan net…
in Japanese 純益…
in Chinese (Simplified) 净得的,纯的…
in Indonesian hasil bersih, berat bersih…
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