Turkish - English

  1. gross Ticaret (kar yapmak)

English - English

  1. 12 dozen, 144 isim (gross)
  2. You use gross to describe something unacceptable or unpleasant to a very great amount, degree, or intensity. The company were guilty of gross negligence. an act of gross injustice. + grossly gross·ly Funding of education had been grossly inadequate for years She was grossly overweight (gross)
  3. inclusive, complete, total; general; without deductions sıfat (gross)
  4. The plural of the number is gross (gross)
  5. large; coarse, crude, vulgar; disgusting, offensive; obese, fat sıfat (gross)
  6. make or earn a total of (before taxes and other expenses) fiil (gross)
  7. earn before taxes, expenses, etc (gross)
  8. twelve dozen (gross)
  9. the entire amount of income before any deductions are made (gross)
  10. conspicuously and outrageously bad or reprehensible; "a crying shame"; "an egregious lie"; "flagrant violation of human rights"; "a glaring error"; "gross ineptitude"; "gross injustice"; "rank treachery" (gross)
  11. A gross is a group of 144 things. He ordered twelve gross of the disks. gross domestic product Gross Michael Gross Samuel David (gross)
  12. visible to the naked eye (especially of rocks and anatomical features) (gross)
  13. before any deductions; "gross income" (gross)
  14. Gross means the total amount of something, especially money, before any has been taken away. a fixed rate account guaranteeing 10.4% gross interest or 7.8% net until October. Gross is also an adverb. Interest is paid gross, rather than having tax deducted. a father earning £20,000 gross a year (gross)
  15. disapproval If you describe something as gross, you think it is very unpleasant. They had a commercial on the other night for Drug Free America that was so gross I thought Daddy was going to faint He wears really gross holiday outfits (gross)
  16. disapproval If you say that someone's speech or behaviour is gross, you think it is very rude or unacceptable. He abused the Admiral in the grossest terms I feel disgusted and wonder how I could ever have been so gross (gross)
  17. disapproval If you describe someone as gross, you mean that they are extremely fat and unattractive. I only resist things like chocolate if I feel really gross (gross)
  18. Gross means the total amount of something, after all the relevant amounts have been added together. National Savings gross sales in June totalled £709 million (gross)
  19. Gross means the total weight of something, including its container or wrapping (gross)
  20. If a person or a business grosses a particular amount of money, they earn that amount of money before tax has been taken away. So far the films have grossed more than £590 million (gross)

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