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yarar

Akıllı bir adam hatalarından yararlanır. - A wise man profits from his mistakes.

Umarım mülakat yararlı olur. - I hope the interview would be of profit.

çıkar

Fadıl çıkar için Leyla'yı öldürdü. - Fadil murdered Layla for profit.

İşletme sahibi kârı maksimuma çıkarmak istiyor. - The business owner wants to maximize profit.

{i} fayda

Akıllı bir kişi hatalarından faydalanır. - A wise person profits by his mistakes.

kâr

Kar payını talep etti. - He claimed his share of the profits.

O, kar etmek için bunu yaptı. - He has done this for profit.

{f} kâr etmek

O, kar etmek için bunu yaptı. - He has done this for profit.

{i} kazanç

Vergiler, amortisman, vb'den sonra lütfen kazanç bildirin. - Please inform profit after taxes, amortisation, etc

Ekonomi zayıf olmasına rağmen, bazı şirketler hâlâ kazanç sağlıyor. - Although the economy is weak, some companies are still making a profit.

{i} menfaat
{i} getiri

Samimiyetiniz kâr getirir. - Your sincerity brings profit.

ası
temettü
(Politika, Siyaset) kar etme

O, kar etmek için bunu yaptı. - He has done this for profit.

Tom yeni bir restoran açtı ama o ilk on iki ayda kar etmedi - Tom opened a new restaurant, but it didn't turn a profit in the first twelve months.

(Gıda) kâr
intifa etmek
randıman
yararı dokunmak
kazanç getirmek
kâr sağlamak
i. 1. kâr, kazanç. 2. yarar, fayda. f. by/from -den yararlanmak/faydalanmak/istifade etmek
net profit netpaper profits mu
profit kazandır
{f} by/from -den yararlanmak/faydalanmak/istifade etmek. profit and loss account kâr ve zarar hesabı
{f} yararlanmak
{f} yaramak
kar,v.kar et: n.kar
yarar/kar
profit motive kâr güdüsü
{f} yararı olmak
{f} kâr getirmek
faydası olmak
istifade etmek
kar sağlamak
artıkdeğer
profitable
{s} kârlı

Düzenleme son derece karlı olduğunu kanıtladı. - The arrangement proved highly profitable.

Kulağa çok kârlı gelmiyor. - That doesn't sound very profitable.

profitable
{s} kazançlı

İnsanlara şirketinin kazançlı olduğunu düşündürmek için yapman gereken tek şey küçük bir hokkabazlık. - All you need is a little legerdemain in your accounting to make people think your company is profitable.

İnsanlara şirketinin kazançlı olduğunu düşündürmek için tek ihtiyacın olan şey muhasebende küçük bir el çabukluğu. - All you need is a little sleight of hand in your accounting to make people think your company is profitable.

Profit-loss sharing
Kâr kaybına ortaklık
profit by
istifade etmek
profit center
(Ticaret) kar merkezi
profit from
(Ticaret) kar etmek
profit from
menfaat sağlamak
profit graph
(Ticaret) başabaş noktası grafiği
profit loss
(Ticaret) kar kaybı
profit on sale
(Ticaret) satış karı
profit or loss
(Ticaret) kar veya zarar
profit planning
(Ticaret) kar planlaması
profit reserve
(Ticaret) kar yedeği
profit reserves
(Ticaret) kar yedekleri
profit share
(Ticaret) kar payı
profit shares
kar payları
profit taking
(Ticaret) borsada kar etme
profit and loss
kar ve zarar
profit and loss account
kar ve zarar hesabı
profit and loss account
kâr zarar hesabı
profit by
-den öğrenmek
profit by
-den yarar sağlamak
profit distribution
kâr dağıtımı
profit from
kar et
profit making
kar getiren
profit margin
kâr marjı

Bu şirketin kar marjı çok büyük. - This company's profit margin is very big.

profit margin
kar marjı

Bu şirketin kar marjı çok büyük. - This company's profit margin is very big.

profit sharing
kâr bölüşümü
profit sharing
kar paylaşımı
profit taker
karı alan kişi
profit tax
kazanç vergisi
profit and loss statement
Kâr-zarar tablosu
profit making
kar
profit margins
kar marjları
profit restricted
kar oranı sınırlaması
profit seeking
kar arayışı
profit taker
kârı alan kişi
profit-driven
Kâr getiren, kârlı
profit-maximizing
kar maksimize
profit-minded
aklı fikri kâr olan

it is mass-produced by profit-minded entrepreneurs solely for the gratification of a paying audience.

profit-oriented
Kâr odaklı, kâr amaçlı, kâr amacı güden
profit-sharing
kar paylaşımı
profit and loss account
(Avrupa Birliği) kar zarar hesabı
profit bringing
kârlı
profit by
faydalanmak
profit by
yararlanmak
profit by
(Fiili Deyim ) -den yararlanmak
profit earner
kar getiren faktör
profit from
çıkar sağlamak
profit motive
(Ticaret) kar motivasyonu
profit motive
(Ticaret) kar sağlama güdüsü
profit motive
(Ticaret) kar amacı
profit on investment
(Ticaret) yatırım kan
profit oriented
kâr amaçlı
profit seeking
(Ticaret) kar peşinde koşma
profit sharing
kâr dağıtımı
allocation of the profit
(Bilim, İlim) Kâr dağıtımı, kâr payı dağıtımı
profitable
faydalı
accounting profit
(Ticaret) ticari kar
accumulated profit
(Ticaret) birikmiş kar
boost profit
kar doğurmak
earn profit
kar elde etmek
excess profit duty
(Ticaret) olağanüstü kazanç vergisi
gain profit
kar elde etmek
gain profit
kazanç elde etmek
gross profit
(Ticaret) gayri safi kar
gross profit
(Ticaret) gayri safı kar
illicit profit
avanta
illicit profit
anafor
interest profit
(Sigorta) faiz karı
inventory profit
(Ticaret) envanter karı
operating profit
(Ticaret) işletme karı
ordinary profit or loss
(Ticaret) olağan kar veya zarar
profitable
randımanlı
profitable
(Ticaret) verimli
profitable
ekon
reap profit
kar elde etmek
seek profit
kar amacı gütmek
share the profit
karı paylaşmak
split the profit
karı paylaşmak
yield a profit
kar getirmek
yield a profit
kar bırakmak
yield profit
kar doğurmak
yield profit
getirisi olmak
distributable profit
dağıtılabilir kâr
distributed profit
dağıtılmış kâr
division of the profit
kâr taksimi
domestic profit
yurtiçi kâr
draw profit
kâr sağlamak
excess profit
aşırı kâr
exchange profit
kambiyo kârı
expected profit
tahmini kâr
expected profit
beklenen kâr
extra profit
ek kazanç
fail to profit
kar edeme
for profit
kar amaçlı
founder profit
kurucu kazancı
gross profit
brüt kâr
gross profit
gayri safi kâr
gross profit and loss
brüt kâr ve zarar
income profit
gelir kârı
market profit
ticari kâr
net profit
safi kâr
net profit
net kâr

Geçen yıl net kârınız neydi? - What was your net profit last year?

net profit
safi kazanç
operating profit
işletme kârı
paper profit
fiktif kâr
paper profit
kâğıt üzerindeki kâr
profitable
yararlı
profitless
beyhude
profitless
kârsız
render a profit
kâr bırakmak
trading profit
ticari kazanç
yield as net profit
net kar olarak öde
He who has something to do with a big deal will always draw some profit
(Atasözü) Bal tutan parmağını yalar
a profit
kar
abnormal profit
anormal kar
actual profit
gerçek kar
benefit, profit
parası, kar
contingent profit
muhtemel kâr, melhuz kâr
core activity profit
ana faaliyet karı
deferred profit
peşin elde edilmiş kâr
enviable profit
imrenilen kazanç
illusionary profit
aldatıcı kâr, gerçek olmayan kâr
make a profit
Kâr etmek, kazanç sağlamak
non profit
kâr amacı gütmeyen
non profit organization
kâr amacı gütmeyen kuruluş
non-profit organization
kar amacı gütmeyen kuruluş
not-for-profit
Kâr amacı gütmeyen
operating profit margin
faaliyet kar marjı
profited
yararlandı

O, Londra'da kalmaktan yararlandı ve İngilizcesini büyük ölçüde geliştirdi. - She profited from her stay in London and considerably improved her English.

profits
kazançlar

Firma ihracattan büyük kazançlar elde etti. - The firm has made large profits from exports.

Kazançlar çok yüksekti. - The profits were very high.

realized profit
gerçekleşen kâr
skimming of excess profit
aşırı kâr alma
supernormal profit
normalüstü kâr
profitable
{s} kârlı, kazançlı; ekon. rantabl
profitless
yararsız
profitless
faydasız
profitless
yararsız/karsız
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
Benefit, positive result obtained

Reading such an enlightening book on the subject was of much profit to his studies.

Total income or cash flow minus expenditures. The money or other benefit a non-governmental organization or individual receives in exchange for products and services sold at an advertised price
To take advantage of, exploit, use
To benefit, gain
In property law, a nonpossessory interest in land whereby a party is entitled to enter the land of another for the purpose of taking the soil or the substance of the soil (coal, oil, minerals, and in some jurisdictions timber and game)
To benefit (sb), be of use to (sb)
{n} gain, advantage, benefits
{v} to benefit, improve, gain advantage
The excess of income over all costs, including the interest cost of the wealth invested This means making money after one has paid all the expenses in a business
the advantageous quality of being beneficial make a profit; gain money or materially; "The company has not profited from the merger"
{i} earnings, financial gain; benefit, avail; financial income; advantage, privilege
Profit is the income left over for the owners of a business after all the costs of production have been paid Profit is an incentive for entrepreneurs and a reward for taking a risk to start a business Businesses who make a profit have successfully satisfied the wants of consumers
the excess of revenues over outlays in a given period of time (including depreciation and other non-cash expenses)
occurs when an investment appreciates in value and is sold, or realised Also known as a realised gain
The excess of revenue over the total cost of producing the product or products
make a profit; gain money or materially; "The company has not profited from the merger"
The income remaining after all business expenses are paid
the difference between the price received for a product and its cost (the price of the factors of production used to make it); excess of revenues over expenses; an entrepreneur's reward for using factors of production in economic activity
If you profit from something, you earn a profit from it. Footballers are accustomed to profiting handsomely from bonuses The dealers profited shamefully at the expense of my family
Acquisition beyond expenditure; excess of value received for producing, keeping, or selling, over cost; hence, pecuniary gain in any transaction or occupation; emolument; as, a profit on the sale of goods
(Ticaret) The amount earned from an investment or operation after expenses are deducted. Gross profit, or gross income, refers to pre-tax net sales less cost of sales. Net profit, also includes the deduction of interest, taxes, depreciation and other expenses not associated with the cost of sales
The amount earned from an investment or operation after expenses are deducted Gross profit, or gross income, refers to pre-tax net sales less cost of sales Net profit, also includes the deduction of interest, taxes, depreciation and other expenses not associated with the cost of sales
The positive difference between the buying and selling price of an investment An example is a company that sells a product for more than it cost them to make it
When an operating unit has revenue greater than expenses, this difference is known as profit See Divisional income
Accession of good; valuable results; useful consequences; benefit; avail; gain; as, an office of profit, To be of service to; to be good to; to help on; to benefit; to advantage; to avail; to aid; as, truth profits all men
To take advantage of exploit, use
The difference between revenue from sales of the catch and the cost of fishing
A profit is an amount of money that you gain when you are paid more for something than it cost you to make, get, or do it. The bank made pre-tax profits of £3.5 million You can improve your chances of profit by sensible planning loss
If you profit from something, or it profits you, you gain some advantage or benefit from it. Jennifer wasn't yet totally convinced that she'd profit from a more relaxed lifestyle So far the French alliance had profited the rebels little Whom would it profit to terrify or to kill James Sinclair? Profit is also a noun. The artist found much to his profit in the Louvre. In business usage, the excess of total revenue over total cost during a specific period of time. In economics, profit is the excess over the returns to capital, land, and labour. Since these resources are measured by their opportunity costs, economic profit can be negative. There are various sources of profit: an innovator who introduces a new production technique can earn entrepreneurial profits; changes in consumer tastes may bring some firms windfall profits; or a firm may restrict output to prevent prices from falling to the level of costs (monopoly profit)
The payoff less the future value of the original cost to acquire the position
Revenue left over after the costs of the production process have been paid
the money you've earned after you subtract a) any money you had to spend to make the product or perform the service B) any taxes that had to be paid on your earnings
{f} earn income, make financial gains; be of service, be beneficial, be advantageous
The term used to describe the amount of income received after deducting all the expenses paid out in earning that income May also be used to describe the amount you receive on the sale of an asset after deducting the cost of the asset and any expenses that you incurred in buying or selling that asset
derive a benefit from; "She profited from his vast experience
occurs when an investment appreciates in value and is sold, or realised
amount left after all costs of a business are paid, as in: To grant you a loan, the bank will want a Profit and Loss statement
Financial gain, or revenues minus expenses Profit is the overarching mission of private-sector companies Nonprofit or governmental organizations either operate at a loss or attempt to achieve a zero profit; for them the overarching mission is a charter for a service, or a goal to be achieved Therefore, there is a basic distinction in measures of strategic success between profit and nonprofit or governmental organizations
A benefit, advantage or gain, particularly a pecuniary gain of excess returns over expenditures, accruing to an owner through the use or exchange of their property, or their rights to property, other than an individual's personal labor, barter or trade
The earnings a company realizes after all costs, expenses and taxes have been paid It is calculated by subtracting business, depreciation, interest and tax costs from revenues Profit is the supreme measure of value as far as the market is concerned Profit is also called earnings or net income See "What Is A Stock Anyway?" BACK TO TOP
the advantageous quality of being beneficial
To gain advantage; to make improvement; to improve; to gain; to advance
derive a benefit from; "She profited from his vast experience"
A classic “What do you mean by that?”, with the definition depending on who you're talking to: Sales personnel think it's Gross Sales; Production thinks it's Gross Profit; Finance thinks it's all the way down to the bottom line (Net Income)
the advantageous quality of being beneficial make a profit; gain money or materially; "The company has not profited from the merger" derive a benefit from; "She profited from his vast experience
is the difference between what something is worth and what it cost If you produce something for sale your profit is the amount that your customer pays you less your cost of supplying it Another way of stating this is that profit is the difference between what you created and what you destroyed All workers aim to make a profit, because to do otherwise would be pointless or self harmful
The positive gain from an investment or business operation after subtracting for all expenses opposite of loss
The money earned from conducting business after all costs and expenses have been paid
All the money a business earns in a year minus all the costs of running the business
the excess of revenues over expenses
The money or other benefit an organisation or individual makes. Total income or cash flow minus expenditures and taxes
To be of use or advantage; to do or bring good
cabbage
{i} gains
profit and loss
A profit-and-loss statement; an income statement
profit margin
The ratio of net income to net sales of a company expressed as a percentage

For example, if a company has $10,000 net income and $100,000 net sales, then profit margin equals ($10,000 : $100,000) .10, or 10%.

profit margins
plural form of profit margin
profit monger
A person, business or profession marked by avarice and greed

Lawyers are considered to be profit mongers when the law is treated as a trade secret and the public process as a business owned and operated by the legal profession.

profit sharing
A system in which some of the profit of an enterprise are divided among the workers, giving them an incentive for profits without an equity interest
profit taking
The act of extracting profit, as cash or equivalent, from an investment, often by selling part of it

The stock market was down today amid profit taking, the share holders wanted to get some of the increase in stock price as cash while they could.

profit takings
plural form of profit taking
profit warning
An announcement by a company to its shareholders and other investors that its profits are likely to be less than expected
profit-taking
the sale of stocks after they have increased in value
profit and loss statement
An Income Statement, also called a Profit and Loss Statement (P&L), is a financial statement for companies that indicates how Revenue (money received from the sale of products and services before expenses are taken out, also known as the "top line") is transformed into net income (the result after all revenues and expenses have been accounted for, also known as the "bottom line"). The purpose of the income statement is to show managers and investors whether the company made or lost money during the period being reported
profit maximization
(Ekonomi) In economics, profit maximization is the process by which a firm determines the price and output level that returns the greatest profit. There are several approaches to this problem. The total revenue -- total cost method relies on the fact that profit equals revenue minus cost, and the marginal revenue -- marginal cost method is based on the fact that total profit in a perfectly competitive market reaches its maximum point where marginal revenue equals marginal cost
profit and loss
An account showing net profit and loss over a given period
profit and loss
One of the annual financial reports See Example 9
profit and loss
accounting made of total monies made and lost
profit and loss
income statement
profit and loss
an account compiled at the end of an accounting period to show gross and net profit or loss
profit and loss
A summary of the total revenue and costs used to calculate the net profit of a business
profit and loss account
an account compiled at the end of an accounting period to show gross and net profit or loss
profit and loss account
a financial statement showing a company's income, spending, and profit over a particular period
profit and loss account
The profit and loss account is part of the final accounts drawn up at the end of the accounting period It establishes the net profit of the business
profit and loss account
Income statement
profit and loss account
(in Britain) financial statement which shows the profit or loss made by a company during the accounting period
profit and loss account
A major financial statement showing a company's earnings and expenses over a given period of time
profit and loss account
accounting made of total monies made and lost
profit and loss statement
detailing of all money made or lost by a business during a set period (Accounting)
profit center
business element to which earnings and expenses are ascribed
profit center
(Ticaret) A organizational unit or department designated as a separate entity for purposes of revenue generation and cost collection, with decision- making capabilities to affect both processes
profit center
A segment of a business for which costs, revenues, and profits are separately calculated
profit drawing
withdrawal of profits accumulated by a business
profit margin
Ratio of a company's net income to its net sales; the percent of income in each dollar of revenue (See (p 126))
profit margin
Positive difference that results from the selling products or services for more than the cost of producing these products or services
profit margin
The profit margin is the profit as a percentage of turnover (or sales) It shows how profitable the firm is The higher the margin the better
profit margin
Net profit after taxes divided by sales for a given 12-month period, expressed as a percentage
profit margin
Gross profit margin equals sales revenue minus cost of goods sold See also gross profit
profit margin
An indicator of profitability Determined by dividing net income by revenue for the same 12-month period Result is shown as a percentage
profit margin
the ratio gross profits divided by net sales
profit margin
Indicator of profitability
profit margin
Indicator of profitability The ratio of earnings available to stockholders to net sales Determined by dividing net income by revenue for the same 12-month period Result is shown as a percentage Also known as net profit margin
profit margin
sales revenue minus all operating expenses divided by the number of sales
profit margin
The return received on an investment after all operating expenses have been met A dealership's profit margin is the difference between what they paid for the car (including business expenses), and what you pay them
profit margin
Net Operating Profit After Tax divided by Sales This is different from EBIT Margin which is EBIT (Earnings Before Interest and Taxes) divided by Sales
profit margin
In business, the percentage of profit (revenue minus expenses divided by revenue) In investing, the ratio of net income available to stockholders to net sales Simply divide net income by revenue for the same 12-month period (the result will be a percentage)
profit margin
A measure of a company's efficiency, determined by dividing net income by net sales during the past 12 months
profit margin
-net income divided by sales, indicates efficiency and competitiveness
profit margin
The difference between your selling price and all of your costs
profit margin
Calculated by dividing annual net earnings after taxes by revenues, displayed as a percentage Useful to compare stocks within industries; a higher profit margin indicates a more profitable company Can also be calculated by dividing a company's pre-tax earnings by its revenues, known as the Pre-Tax Profit Margin Since taxes can vary from year to year and from company to company, this may give a truer picture of a company's underlying profitability
profit margin
A profit margin is the difference between the selling price of a product and the cost of producing and marketing it. The group had a net profit margin of 30% last year. the difference between the cost of producing something and the price at which you sell it
profit margin
percentage of net profit compared to total income
profit margin
A measure of a company's profitability, cost structure and efficiency, calculated by dividing earnings or cash flow by revenue There are four basic types of profit margin: gross, operating, pre-tax and net Net margin is the one investors pay the most attention to It shows a company's profitability after all costs, expenses and taxes have been paid The net margin is calculated by dividing earnings by revenue and then multiplying by 100 Margins are particularly helpful since they can be used both to compare profitability among many companies and to look for financial trouble at a single outfit See "Margins " BACK TO TOP
profit margin
The difference between the price received by a company for its products or services and the cost of producing them
profit plummets to
earnings sink to, earning decrease to
profit sharing
Compensation arrangement whereby employees receive additional pay or benefits when the company earns or increases profits
profit sharing
a system in which employees receive a share of the net profits of the business
profit sharing
An agreement under which employees share in the profits of their employer
profit sharing
system in which an agreed proportion of a company's profits is paid to employees (as well as wages and salaries)
profit sharing
The return of some company profit to employees in the form of a cash bonus or a retirement supplement
profit sharing
Providing a share of a company's profits to the employees in the form of a bonus
profit sharing
A type of pension or Keogh Plan that lets the employees share in the company's profits
profit sharing
Compensation arrangement whereby employees receive additional pay or benefits when the company earns or increases profit
profit sharing
The return of some company profit to employees in the form of a cash bonus or a retirement supplement (7)
profit sharing
A system by which employees receive a share of the profits of a business enterprise. a system by which all the people who work for a company receive part of its profits. System by which employees are paid a share of the profits of the business enterprise in which they are employed, in keeping with a plan outlined in advance. These payments, which may vary according to salary or wage, are in addition to regular earnings. Profit-sharing plans were probably first developed in France in the early 19th century as worker incentives. Today such plans are used by businesses in Western Europe, the U.S., and parts of Latin America. Profit shares may be distributed on a current or deferred basis or through some combination of the two. Under current distribution, profits are paid out to employees immediately in the form of cash or company stock. In deferred-payment plans, profit shares may be paid into a trust fund from which employees can draw annuities in later years
profit sharing
A defined contribution plan in which employers allow employees to share in company profits The employer’s contribution may vary from year to year with no minimum required Funds generally accumulate on a tax-deferred basis until the employee leaves the company or retires An employee’s retirement benefit depends on the amount in his or her account at retirement
profit sharing
sharing of profits between employer and employees
profit sharing
A defined contribution plan where contributions are discretionary With this type of plan an employer may decide each year whether he/she wants to contribute, regardless of profits of the business The maximum contribution for this type of plan is $15% or $25,500 (whichever is less) This amount is based on the current cap on compensation of $170,000 A profit sharing plan is considered to be qualified under Section 401 of the IRS code With this type of plan all contributions are held in trust
profit taker
someone who sells stock shares at a profit
profit-making
A profit-making business or organization makes a profit. He wants to set up a profit-making company, owned mostly by the university. see also non-profit-making. a profit-making organization or business makes a profit
profit-maximizing
making the profit as great as possible; "the profit-maximizing price
profit-sharing
Profit-sharing is a system by which all the people who work in a company have a share in its profits
profit-taking
Profit-taking is the selling of stocks and shares at a profit after their value has risen or just before their value falls
accounting profit
The total revenue minus costs properly chargeable against goods sold
for-profit
An organization whose goal is to make a profit
for-profit
For the purpose of making money
gross profit
net sales minus cost of goods sold
net profit
The gross revenue minus all expenses
non-profit
not seeking to produce a profit
non-profit
A non-profit organization

If it were not subsidized, the non-profit would be bankrupt.

not-for-profit
A company or organization that is not meant to make a profit
not-for-profit
not meant to make a profit
paper profit
Apparent profit shown in accounts but not realized in an expendable form

The company had paper profits of two million dollars, but everyone knew that depreciation neant they had really lost 10 million.

turn a profit
To gain money or to gain materially

The company has not turned a profit from the merger.

turn a profit
To obtain profit from an investment
profitable
{a} lucriferous
profitable
{a} gainful, lucrative, advantageous
profitable
{a} lucrific
profitable
{a} lucrous
profitless
{a} void of gain or advantage, useless
abnormal profit
(Ekonomi) In economics supernormal profit, also called economic rent, abnormal profit or pure profit or excess profits, is a profit exceeding the normal profit. Normal profit equals the opportunity cost of labour and capital, while supernormal profit is the amount exceeds the normal return from these input factors in production
pure profit
(Ekonomi) In economics supernormal profit, also called economic rent, abnormal profit or pure profit or excess profits, is a profit exceeding the normal profit. Normal profit equals the opportunity cost of labour and capital, while supernormal profit is the amount exceeds the normal return from these input factors in production
supernormal profit
(Ekonomi) In economics supernormal profit, also called economic rent, abnormal profit or pure profit or excess profits, is a profit exceeding the normal profit. Normal profit equals the opportunity cost of labour and capital, while supernormal profit is the amount exceeds the normal return from these input factors in production
Profitable
moneymaking
Profitless
unprofited
profitable
productive of profit; "a profitable enterprise"; "a fruitful meeting"
profitable
{s} lucrative, paying; rewarding, beneficial; producing income
profitable
providing profit; "a profitable conversation
profitable
Something that is profitable results in some benefit for you. collaboration which leads to a profitable exchange of personnel and ideas. + profitably prof·it·ably In fact he could scarcely have spent his time more profitably. producing a profit or a useful result   unprofitable
profitable
promoting benefit or gain; "a profitable meeting to resolve difficulties" yielding material gain or profit; "profitable speculation on the stock market" providing profit; "a profitable conversation
profitable
A profitable organization or practice makes a profit. Drug manufacturing is the most profitable business in America It was profitable for them to produce large amounts of food. + profitably prof·it·ably The 28 French stores are trading profitably. + profitability prof·it·abil·ity Changes were made in operating methods in an effort to increase profitability
profitable
providing profit; "a profitable conversation"
profitable
yielding material gain or profit; "profitable speculation on the stock market"
profitable
promoting benefit or gain; "a profitable meeting to resolve difficulties"
profitable
Yielding or bringing profit or gain; gainful; lucrative; useful; helpful; advantageous; beneficial; as, a profitable trade; profitable business; a profitable study or profession
profitable
producing a profit
profited
past of profit
profiting
present participle of profit
profiting
Gain; advantage; profit
profitless
{s} unprofitable, not earning income; pointless, useless, futile
profitless
not yielding profit
profitless
not making a profit, or not useful to do
profitless
without profit or reward; "let us have no part in profitless quarrels"- D
profitless
Without profit; unprofitable
profitless
Eisenhower; "How weary, flat, stale, and unprofitable / Seem to me all the uses of this world"- Shakespeare
profits
The excess of revenues over the costs incurred in earning them
profits
third-person singular of profit
profits
the economic return on entrepreneurship
profits
total revenues minus total costs
profits
Collective form of profit
profits
the excess of revenues over outlays in a given period of time (including depreciation and other non-cash expenses)
profits
something won (especially money)
profits
plural of profit
profits
total revenue received from selling the product minus the total costs of producing the product (chapter 6)
profits
Difference between the total revenues (TR) of a firm and its total costs (TC)
profit
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