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gross receiptsnoun [plural]

uk   /ˌɡrəʊs rɪˈsiːts/  us   /ˌɡroʊs rɪˈsiːts/
money from ​sales, before ​costs and ​taxes are taken away: Moviegoers ​bought $2.19 ​billion of ​tickets this ​summer, down ​slightly from last summer's ​record $2.2 ​billion in ​grossreceipts.
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gross receiptsnoun [plural]

uk   us   FINANCE, ACCOUNTING, COMMERCE
the ​profits from particular ​sales before any ​costs or ​taxes have been ​paid: Moviegoers ​bought $2.19 ​billion of ​tickets this summer, down slightly from last summer's ​record $2.2 ​billion in ​grossreceipts.
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