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profit

noun /ˈprofit/
money which is gained in business etc from selling something for more than one paid for it lucro, beneficio, ganancia I made a profit of $8,000 on my house He sold it at a huge profit.
advantage; benefit provecho A great deal of profit can be had from travelling abroad.
profitable adjective
(opposite unprofitable) giving profit provechoso, ventajoso; lucrativo, rentable The deal was quite profitable a profitable experience.
profitably adverb
provechosamente; lucrativamente, con rentabilidad
Traducciones de “profit”
en árabe رِبْح…
en coreano 이윤…
in Malaysian keuntungan, faedah…
en francés profit, bénéfice…
en turco kâr, kazanç…
en italiano profitto, utile…
en chino (tradicionál) 利潤,盈利, 好處,益處…
en ruso прибыль, доход…
en polaco zysk…
in Vietnamese lợi nhuận, lợi ích…
en portugués lucro…
in Thai กำไร, ผลประโยชน์…
en alemán der Gewinn…
en catalán guany(s), benefici(s)…
en japonés 利益, 収益…
in Indonesian laba, keuntungan…
en chino (simplificado) 利润,盈利, 好处,益处…
(Definition of profit from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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