Gross (economics)

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


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".