The total amount before anything is deducted.
Whole; entire; total; without deduction; as, the gross sum, or gross amount, the gross weight; -- opposed to net.
with reference to oil and gas reserves or production, the total amount of recoverable reserves or physical production before taking account of any State or Contractor entitlements
To earn as a total income or profit before deductions.
It is the aggregate, cumulative or total amount is a quantity measure. It can refer to total long position, total short position, total market value and so on.
amount the grand total or sum, prior to any reductions or adjustments; see net amount.
The total number of strokes required to complete a round of golf after the player’s handicap is deducted.
The entire amount before deductions are made eg. UK Tax, National Insurance.
domestic product GDP) A value measure of the flow of domestic goods and services produced by an economy over a period of time, such as a year. Only output values of goods for final consumption and investment are included because the values of primary and intermediate production are assumed to be included in final prices. The word gross indicates that deductions for depreciation of physical assets have not been made. Because of the turmoil in Lebanon since 1975, GDP estimates are very imprecise.
The maximum rate charged by media, including commissions and excluding any discounts; the sum total before any deductions.
The whole amount before any payments, expenses, liabilities or other sums are deducted.
The sum total, without deduction.
domestic product (GDP) Includes "transferred value" (cost of materials) and "newly created value" (profits and wages). "Nonproductive" activities (services) are not included in GDP; thus, it is not comparable with the Western concept of gross national product (GNP).
An adjective indicating that a particular total (eg of viewings or expenditure) includes the totality of units which are included within it, without regard to duplication. See also ' net'.
The amount before deductions. For example, gross pay is the amount before withholding deductions. Gross sales is the amount before sales returns and allowances and sales discounts. To Top
1) Any character or monster(s) that are extremely powerful."Do you reckon we've wiped out the party, those Undead were gross". 2) An encounter or event that causes silly amounts of damage to the player party.
The total, before deductions have been taken away. (Opposite of Net).
earn before taxes, expenses, etc.
is the amount before taxes and other deductions are taken out.
The total amount before deductions for taxation
A total amount before subtraction. In other words, "gross" means a total amount. At the very beginning, a businessman needs to know the difference betweem "gross" and"net" values.
Before deduction of reinsurance.
The amount of profit made on a deal.
Is the aggregate, cumulative or total amount is a quantity measure. It can refer to total long position, total short position, the total par position, total market value, the total futures contract equivalency position or other specified categorization.
The consideration before tax, commission or other fees are deducted.
Your total income amount before taxes is taken out.
Total income produced by a property before any expenses are deducted.
The term "gross" or "domestic gross" (also known as domestic); refers to the sum of the price of all tickets purchased at the domestic box office, its gross revenue. The domestic box office is comprised of the United States and Canada.
The entire amount before any deductions
This is an amount before any deductions are made. Such deductions could include taxation, expenses and charges.
value before tax.
Before tax or other items have been deducted. After the deductions, the amount is described as "net".
Indicates an amount from which certain items have yet to be deducted.
Income, such as interest, wages or dividends, before tax and other charges are removed.
Total income before tax deductions.
The gross amount is the amount before the deduction of tax.
The amount of money that you receive before any tax or National Insurance is deducted.
Earnings or a sum of money before tax has been deducted.
Before deduction of tax. Net is after tax.
Before deduction of income tax.
The figure before being reduced by all relevant and commonly associated deductions.
The amount before tax has been deducted. The opposite of 'net'.
the amount before tax has been taken off
The total number of strokes taken on a round, before the player's handicap is deducted to determine the net score.
Before any deductions, particularly tax deductions.
Before tax is taken off.
the whole amount before any deductions (such as tax or fees) are made.
The total fee the buyer is charged for a booking, including agents' fees, but excluding speaker expenses (air and ground transportation, tips, hotels, and meals.) Bureau commissions are not paid on expenses.
The amount of money (wages for example) you receive before tax is then deducted. Some income may be received gross, without tax having been deducted.
The total amount before any deductions.