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Meaning of “net” - Learner’s Dictionary

net

adjective ( also UK nett)     /net/
A net amount of money has had costs such as tax taken away from it: a net income/profit of 10,000 eurosTaxation
Translations of “net”
in Arabic صاف…
in Korean 순-…
in Malaysian untung bersih, berat bersih…
in French net…
in Turkish net, safı…
in Italian netto…
in Chinese (Traditional) 淨得的,純的…
in Russian чистый (о доходе)…
in Polish netto…
in Vietnamese lãi ròng, tịnh…
in Spanish neto…
in Portuguese líquido…
in Thai ราคาสุทธิ, น้ำหนักสุทธิ (ไม่รวมหีบห่อ)…
in German Netto-…, Rein-……
in Catalan net…
in Japanese 純益…
in Indonesian hasil bersih, berat bersih…
in Chinese (Simplified) 净得的,纯的…
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