Gross (economics)

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In economics, gross means before deductions or expenses. The antonym is net, meaning after deductions.

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Gross may be used as an adjective, following the noun which it modifies, e.g., "earned two million dollars, gross". It may also be used as a verb, e.g., "this movie grossed two million dollars on its opening weekend".

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