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takings

noun [plural]
 
 
/ˈteɪkɪŋz/
COMMERCE, FINANCE the money that a business gets from selling goods or services during a particular period: takings are up/down The company reports that takings are up 10%. Most of its takings come from selling services to the business market. The robbery happened at 5.30pm as a security guard collected the day's takings. The movie topped the US takings chart after its first weekend.
Translations of “takings”
in Korean 매출액…
in Arabic إيرادات…
in Portuguese receita, entradas de dinheiro…
in Catalan ingressos, recaptació…
in Japanese 売り上げ…
in Italian incasso…
in Chinese (Traditional) 收入,進帳…
in Russian выручка…
in Turkish hâsılat, kazanç, gelir…
in Chinese (Simplified) 毛收入…
in Polish wpływy, dochód…
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