(Askeri) BRÜT ARAÇ AĞIRLIĞI, GAYRİ SAFİ ARAÇ AĞIRLIĞI: Bir aracın yakıtı, yağlama yağları, soğutma sıvısı, paraşütçü teçhizatı, faydalı yükü ve işletme personeli dahil, ağırlığı. Ayrıca bakınız: "curb weight" ve "net vehicle weight"
But man to know God is a difficulty, except by a mean he himself inure, which is to know God’s creatures that be: at first them that be of the grossest nature, and then them that be more pure. — 1874: Dodsley et al., A Select Collection of Old English Plays.
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
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
Whole; entire; total; without deduction; as, the gross sum, or gross amount, the gross weight; opposed to net
on a large scale; not to be confused with the common term for "yucky " "Grossly normal," means "after less than in-depth inspection, this appears to be normal " "Gross anatomy" refers to the study of organs as they appear to the naked eye, without the benefit of a microscope
is a name element in GEMIS of processes with combined heat & power (CHP), but for which no credit for the cogenerated couple product is given, i e no allocation In GEMIS 4 0 there is now a switch to set all cogeneration processes into the "gross" mode, so that all credits for all processes are ignored when a life-cycle computation is performed
The collective name for twelve twelve-man units in the Yeoman Army or Militia It is referred to specifically as a grossmarch in the infantry, a grossbrace in archery units, and a grosslance in cavalry units The twelve elected Yeomen in the gross in turn elect a Serjeant to lead it
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
of general aspects or broad distinctions; "the gross details of the structure appear reasonable"
A gross interest rate or dividend is one that doesn't take into account the tax you'll have to pay on that income
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"
conspicuously and tastelessly indecent; "coarse language"; "a crude joke"; "crude behavior"; "an earthy sense of humor"; "a revoltingly gross expletive"; "a vulgar gesture"; "full of language so vulgar it should have been edited"
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
without qualification; used informally as (often pejorative) intensifiers; "an arrant fool"; "a complete coward"; "a consummate fool"; "a double-dyed villain"; "gross negligence"; "a perfect idiot"; "pure folly"; "what a sodding mess"; "stark staring mad"; "a thoroughgoing villain"; "utter nonsense"
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
Used to describe the total of an amount before tax or other deductions are made For example with a salary before Income Tax and National Insurance are deducted or for mortgage interest before tax relief is deducted
The payment of any form of income (interest or dividend payout) without the prior deduction of tax Errol Flynn knew all about 'gross': "My problem is reconciling my gross habits with my net income " Also, see net profit
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
domestic product (GDP) The market value of all the goods and services a country produces over a specified period, usually a year Formerly called Gross national product (GNP)
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
Total amount before deductions Gross income The total income of a household before taxes or expenses are subtracted
The total amount before anything is deducted eg your gross income is your income before any tax, superannuation, etc is deducted
GEN MW Total number of megawatt hours of electricity generated that hour A megawatt hour is one megawatt of power generated for one hour It is equal to 1000 kilowatt hours or 1,000,000 watt hours One megawatt hour will light a total of 10,000 light bulbs rated at 100 watts for 1 hour
A dam's maximum allowed vertical distance between the upstream's surface water (headwater) forebay elevation and the downstream's surface water (tailwater) elevation at the tail-race for reaction wheel dams or the elevation of the jet at impulse wheel dams during specified operation and water conditions
The sum of the floor areas of a building included within the outside face of the exterior walls for all stories or areas that have floor surfaces (see CPM 316, Measurement of Building Areas, for additional clarification and basis of measurement)
The total market value of goods and services produced domestically during a given period The components of GDP are consumption, gross investment, government purchases of goods and services, and net exports [Back to top]
GDP is the most important current measure of our Nation's economic performance Estimated quarterly by the BEA, GDP is a measure of the total market value of all final goods and services produced in our country during any quarter or year GDP equals total consumer spending, business investment, and government spending and investment, plus the value of exports, minus the value of imports GDP estimates are based on current statistics from the Census Bureau and other sources Every 5 years, GDP estimates are benchmarked to the Economic Census
Measures the market value of total output of final goods and services produced within a country's territory, regardless of the ownership of the factors of production involved, i e , local or foreign, during a given time period, usually a year Earnings from capital invested abroad (mostly interest and dividend receipts) are not counted, while earnings on capital owned by foreigners but located in the country in question are included The GDP differs from the GNP in that the former excludes net factor income from abroad
the total market value of all final goods and services produced for money in Australia within a given period of time, after deducting the cost of goods and services used in the process of production, but before depreciation
A country's gross domestic product is the total value of all the goods it has produced and the services it has provided in a particular year, not including its income from investments in other countries. = GDP. The total market value of all the goods and services produced within the borders of a nation during a specified period. GDP. Total market value of the goods and services produced by a nation's economy during a specific period of time. GDP is customarily reported on an annual basis. It is defined to include all final goods and services that is, those that are produced by the economic resources located in that nation regardless of their ownership and are not resold in any form. GDP differs from gross national product (GNP), which is defined to include all final goods and services produced by resources owned by that nation's residents, whether located in the nation or elsewhere
measure of the United States economy adopted in 1991; the total market values of goods and services by produced by workers and capital within the United States borders during a given period (usually 1 year)
The total value of goods and services produced by a nation The GDP is made up of consumer and government purchases, private domestic investments and net exports of goods and services In the U S it is calculated by the Commerce Department every quarter, and it is the main measure of economic output Because GDP measures national output, and strong output is indicative of a healthy economy, bond prices react negatively to strong GDP data A strong economy ignites inflationary fears, which is a negative for bond prices Equities, on the other hand, tend to perform well when GDP is rising since earnings-growth prospects are better during economic expansions BACK TO TOP
The value of an estate before debts are paid Probate fees are generally calculated on the gross value of the estate For instance, if your estate consists of your residence with a market value of $150,000 and a mortgage of $100,000, probate fees would be based on the $150,000 The requirement to file an Ohio or Federal estate tax return is based on the value of the gross estate, even if there would be no tax due
A percentage of how much of each dollar of sales is left over after the costs to make the product are subtracted It is calculated by dividing gross profits (sales minus cost of goods sold) for a period by the revenues for the same period
The reckless, wanton, and willful misconduct causing bodily injury or damage to property In this case, the standard of due care has been ignored by such a wide margin that it almost amounts to an intentional act
The amount of profit available after deducting from sales the direct (variable) costs of labor and materials, plus the applicable costs of the factory overheads applied to the production of goods and services
GRP's is the sum of the rating percentage achieved Since GRP's take into account duplication, the total percentage of all exposures, GRPs may exceed 100% (or 100 points) Expressed as an absolute number, GRP's is referred to as Gross Impressions or Gross Audience
is that of the van and its contents after goods are loaded A High-Value Inventory is used for items of "extraordinary value" such as antiques, coin collections and jewelry included in the shipment Items worth more than $100 per pound per article are considered articles of extraordinary value
A process in which the employee is reimbursed additional dollars to cover the increased tax liability which results from receiving company provided relocation reimbursements This gross-up often also covers the tax-on-tax occurrence that arises due to the extra income that results from the gross-up itself
The total monetary value of all goods and services produced domestically by a country It includes income earned domestically by foreigners, but does not include income earned by domestic residents on foreign ground
A measure of the market value of goods and services produced by the labor and property of a nation Unlike gross national product, GDP excludes receipts from that nation's business operations in foreign countries, as well as the share of reinvested earnings in foreign affiliates of domestic corporations
The total market value of a nation's final output of goods and services GDP may be expressed in terms of productconsumption, investment, government purchases of goods and services, and net exportsor, it may be expressed in terms of income earnedwages, interest, and profits
Gross Domestic Product (GDP) is a measure of National Income It is the total value of all goods and services produced over a given time period (usually a year) excluding net property income from abroad It can be measured either as the total of income, expenditure or output
With regard to an adjustable rate mortgage, an amount expressed as percentage points, stated in the note which is added to the current index value on the rate adjustment date to establish a new note rate
In accounting: the difference between revenue from sales and the cost of goods sold; also called gross margin from sales In publishing: the amount of total sales revenue less plant and running (also called unit) costs, expressed as a percentage In retail bookselling, the difference between the retailer's cost of product, with discounts, and the retail sales price
A company's profitability after the costs of production have been paid Gross margin is calculated by dividing gross income (revenue after production costs are subtracted) by revenue and then multiplying by 100 The result is expressed as a percentage Gross margin shows you how profitable the basic business of a company is before administrative costs, taxes and depreciation have been taken out Operating margins may paint a truer picture of a company's profitability See "Margins " BACK TO TOP
The difference between total sales revenue and total cost of goods sold (also called total cost of sales) This can also be expressed on a per unit basis, as the difference between unit selling price and unit cost of goods sold Gross margin can be expressed in dollar or percentage terms
A country's gross national product is the total value of all the goods it has produced and the services it has provided in a particular year, including its income from investments in other countries. = GNP. The total market value of all the goods and services produced by a nation during a specified period. GNP
The degree of negligence somewhat greater than ordinary negligence It may be a reckless wanton and willful misconduct causing bodily injury and/or property damage Guiding Principles A loss may be covered by more than one policy One policy may have a co-insurance clause and the other may not How any loss in such circumstances should be apportioned between the various insurance companies involved creates a problem To meet this problem, the majority of insurance companies have agreed to certain rules and principles These principles override the actual wording of the policy so the insured is indemnified with least difficulty Habitation Dwelling place; residence Hazard 1) A risk or probability that the event insured against might occur 2) Condition which engenders or increases the chances of a loss
Flagrant or extreme negligence According to the Geneva Conventions on the Unification of the Laws Relating to Bills of Exchange, acquiring an instrument in such a careless or reckless manner that one should have known that it was not properly negotiated
Any action or an omission in reckless disregard of the consequences to the safety or property of another Sometimes referred to as "very great negligence" and it is more then just neglect of ordinary care towards others or just inadvertence Also known as the Latin term culpa lata
[ 'grOs ] (adjective.) 14th century. From Middle English gross (“whole, entire", also "flagrant, monstrous”), from Old French gros (“big, thick, large, stour”), from Late Latin grossus (“thick in diameter, coarse”), and Medieval Latin grossus (“great, big”), of Germanic origin, from Old High German grōz (“big, thick, coarse”), from Proto-Germanic *grautaz (“large, great, thick, coarse grained, unrefined”), from Proto-Indo-European *ghrewə- (“to fell, put down, fall in”). Cognate with French dialectal grôt, groût (Berry, “large”), and grô (Burgundy, “large”), Dutch groot (“big, large”), German groß (“large”), English great. More at great.
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