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Definición de “gross receipts” en inglés

gross receipts

noun [plural] uk   us  
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 gross receipts.
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