Significado de “bottom line” - Diccionario inglés

bottom line en inglés británico

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bottom linenoun [ S ]

uk /ˌbɒt.əm ˈlaɪn/ us /ˌbɑː.t̬əm ˈlaɪn/

bottom line noun [ S ] (MONEY)

the final line in the accounts of a company or organization, stating the total profit or loss that has been made:

bottom line noun [ S ] (IMPORTANT FACT)

the bottom line

C2 the most important fact in a situation:

The bottom line is that we need another ten thousand dollars to complete the project.

(Definición de bottom line de Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

bottom line en inglés americano

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bottom linenoun [ C ]

us /ˈbɑt̬·əm ˈlɑɪn/

bottom line noun [ C ] (FINANCES)

the total profit or loss of a company at the end of a particular period of time:

How will the rise in interest rates affect our bottom line?

bottom line noun [ C ] (FINAL RESULT)

the final result or the most important consideration of a situation, activity, or discussion:

The bottom line is that they lost the game.

(Definición de bottom line de Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

bottom line en inglés de negocios

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bottom linenoun [ S ]

uk us

ACCOUNTING the final line in the accounts of a company or organization, which states its total profit or loss:

help/benefit/boost the bottom line Many companies see that becoming more energy efficient, recycling waste, and having a good corporate image can all help the bottom line.
hurt/impact on/affect the bottom line
When he considers a potential investment, he looks strictly at the bottom line.
sb's bottom line

COMMERCE the final offer someone will accept:

Before beginning a negotiation, know your bottom line.
They will accept $235,000 for the house, and that's their bottom line.
the bottom line

the most important fact in a situation:

The bottom line is we don't have enough health care professionals.

(Definición de bottom line de Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)