Significado de “gross” - Diccionario Inglés

Significado de "gross" - Diccionario Inglés

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grossadjective, adverb

uk /ɡrəʊs/ us /ɡroʊs/

C1 (in) total:

A person's gross income is the money they earn before tax is deducted from it.
Once wrapped, the gross weight of the package is 2.1 kg.
She earns £30,000 a year gross.

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grossadjective

uk /ɡrəʊs/ us /ɡroʊs/

grossverb [ T ]

uk /ɡrəʊs/ us /ɡroʊs/

grossnoun [ C ]

uk /ɡrəʊs/ us /ɡroʊs/ plural gross old-fashioned

(Definition of “gross” from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

Significado de "gross" - Diccionario Inglés Americano

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grossadjective

us /ɡroʊs/

gross adjective (EXTREME)

[ -er/-est only ] (esp. of something bad or wrong) extreme or obvious:

The birds die from hunger, thirst, and gross overcrowding.

gross adjective (UNPLEASANT)

[ -er/-est only ] infml rude or offensive:

She watches these really gross movies.
"Gross!" Pamela says as she wipes the goo off her fingers.

gross adjective (TOTAL)

[ not gradable ] (of earnings) total, before tax is paid or costs are subtracted:

Investors have earned gross income of $780 million.

grossverb [ T ]

us /ɡroʊs/

to earn as a total before expenses are subtracted:

The film grossed over $200 million.

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grossnoun

us /ɡroʊs/

gross noun (NUMBER)

[ C ] plural gross a group of 144 items

(Definition of “gross” from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

Significado de "gross" - Diccionario Inglés para los negocios

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grossadjective

uk /ɡrəʊs/ us

FINANCE, TAX, ACCOUNTING used to describe a total amount of money before tax, etc. is taken off:

gross earnings/income/revenue The company posted gross earnings of $150.8 million.
gross salary/wages
gross interest/return/yield Basic-rate taxpayers need to earn 4% gross interest to beat inflation.
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[ before noun ] formal LAW extremely bad:

grossadverb

uk /ɡrəʊs/ us

FINANCE, TAX, ACCOUNTING before tax, etc. is taken off:

He earns €75,000 a year gross.

grossverb [ T ]

uk /ɡrəʊs/ us

FINANCE to earn a total amount before tax, etc. is taken off:

He grossed over $100,000 last year.

COMMERCE to earn a particular amount in ticket sales:

It has become the highest grossing film of all time.

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grossnoun [ C ]

uk /ɡrəʊs/ us

COMMERCE the total amount of money that a film makes in sales of cinema tickets:

a gross of sth His latest film opened with a gross of just $6 million.

FINANCE the amount that a person or business earns before tax and costs have been taken away:

a gross of sth Her company showed a 25% profit on a gross of about $200,000 in 2010.

MEASURES a quantity of 144 of something:

a gross of sth a gross of apples

(Definition of “gross” from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)