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English definition of “gross profit”

gross profit

noun [C or U]
 
 
( also trading profit) ACCOUNTING
a company’s profit from selling goods or services before costs not directly related to producing them, for example interest payments and tax, are subtracted: Gross profit for the quarter amounted to $11.2m.
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