Return

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Return may refer to:

In business, economics, and finance[edit]

  • Rate of return, the financial term for the profit or loss derived from an investment
  • Tax return (disambiguation), various meanings relating to taxation
  • Returning, the process of bring back merchandise to a retailer for a refund or exchange
  • Returns (economics), the benefit distributed to the owner of a factor of production.
  • Abnormal return, denoting the difference in behaviour between one stock and the overall stockmarket
  • Taxes, where tax returns are forms submitted to taxation authorities

In technology[edit]

  • Return (architecture), the receding edge of a flat face
  • Carriage return, a key on an alphanumeric keyboard commonly equated with the "enter" key
  • Return statement, a computer programming statement that ends a subroutine and resumes execution where the subroutine was called
  • Aux-return, the input complement of an Aux-send out put

In entertainment[edit]

Film
Television
Music
Literature
Dance

In politics[edit]

People[edit]

Other[edit]

  • Return Point, Antarctica
  • In gridiron football (American or Canadian), "return" can refer to either:

See also[edit]