Gross

The consideration before tax, commission or other fees are deducted.

gross

An amount before deduction of tax or commissions.

Gross

[surname] Gross is a surname of German and also Yiddish origin. The word means `big` or `tall` and was adopted in olden times as a surname by people with such a physical stature. In Germany, the name is usually spelled GroƟ, which is the correct spelling under German orthographic rules. ==People with this surname== == See also == ...
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Gross

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.
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gross

A unit of measure for packaged products; 144 items or 12 dozen.
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gross

[Verb] To earn an amount of money (from which nothing has been taken away, for example, tax).
Example: Bill grossed a lot of money from the sale of his car.
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Gross

The total before deductions have been taken away.
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Gross

Before deduction of tax.
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gross

Usually means 'gross of reinsurance', i.e. before taking into account reinsurance operations (e.g. gross combined ratio, gross underwriting result, gross claims, gross premiums). In the context of investment income, it refers to a measure before deducting investment expenses (i.e. before deducting the cost of managing assets). In the context of inc...
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Gross

Quantities: 12 dozen. ie. 144.
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gross

[adj] - before any deductions 2. [adj] - of general aspects or broad distinctions 3. [adj] - repellently fat 4. [n] - twelve dozen 5. [n] - the entire amount of income before any deductions are made 6. [v] - earn before taxes, expenses, etc.
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Gross

Before deduction of tax or discount. Net is after tax or discount.
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Gross

Before deduction of tax.
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Gross

Before any deductions, particularly tax... <a target=_blank href='http://www.finance-glossary.com/terms/gross.htm?id=642&ginPtrCode=00000&PopupMode=false' title='Read full definition of gross'>more</a>
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Gross

One hundred and forty four pieces of something. See also: Dozen.
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gross

A particular figure or price, calculated before the deduction of specific items such as commission, discounts, interest, and taxes. The opposite is net. ...
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gross

Before tax has been deducted. The opposite of net
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Gross

The total amount before deductions (e.g. before tax deductions).
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Gross

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.
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gross

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.
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Gross

Gross adjective [ Compar. Grosser ; superl. Grossest .] [ French gros , Latin grossus , perhaps from Latin crassus thick, dense, fat, English crass , confer Sanskrit grathita tied together, wound up, ha...
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Gross

Gross noun [ French gros (in sense 1), grosse (in sense 2). See Gross , adjective ] 1. The main body; the chief part, bulk, or mass. 'The gross of the enemy.' Addison. « For the gross of the people, they are considered as a mer...
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gross

Coarse or large; large enough to be visible to the naked eye. ... Origin: L. Grossus, thick ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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gross

porcine adjective repellently fat; `a bald porcine old man`
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gross

adjective lacking fine distinctions or detail; `the gross details of the structure appear reasonable`
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