gross [{{t}}grəʊs] (pl sense (a) grosses, pl sense (b) inv)
1 noun
(a) (whole amount)
the gross la quantité totale
(b) (twelve dozen) grosse f, douze douzaines fpl
2 adjective
(a) (overall, total) brut
(b) (flagrant → inefficiency, injustice, carelessness) flagrant; (→ error) grossier, énorme; (→ ignorance) crasse
(c) (vulgar, loutish → person) grossier, fruste; (→ joke) cru, grossier
(d) (fat) obèse, énorme
(e) {{}}familiar{{}} (disgusting) dégueulasse
(f) {{}}Nautical{{}} (displacement) global, total
3 transitive verb
{{}}Commerce{{}} (of company) faire ou obtenir une recette brute de; (of sale) produire brut;
our firm grossed $800,000 last year notre société a fait ou obtenu une recette brute de 800 000 dollars l'année dernière
►► gross amount montant m brut;
gross assets actif m brut;
{{}}Insurance{{}} gross average grosse(s) avarie(s) f(pl) commune(s);
{{}}Finance{{}} gross dividend dividende m brut;
gross domestic product produit m intérieur brut;
gross income (in accounts) produit m brut; (of individual) revenu m brut;
{{}}Finance{{}} gross margin marge f brute;
gross national income revenu m national brut;
gross national product produit m national brut;
{{}}Law{{}} gross negligence faute f lourde;
{{}}Accountancy{{}} gross operating profit bénéfice m ou résultat m brut d'exploitation;
gross profit bénéfice m brut;
{{}}Accountancy{{}} gross profit margin marge f commerciale brute;
{{}}Accountancy{{}} gross receipts recettes fpl brutes;
{{}}Accountancy{{}} gross redemption yield rendement m actuariel brut;
{{}}Nautical{{}} gross register tonnage (tonnage m de) jauge f brute, tonnage m brut;
{{}}Finance{{}} gross return rendement m brut;
{{}}Nautical{{}} gross ton tonne f de jauge;
gross wage salaire m brut;
{{}}Finance{{}} gross yield rendement m brut
gross out separable transitive verb
{{}}American{{}} {{}}familiar{{}} dégoûter, débecter;
it really grossed me out ça m'a vraiment débecté
gross up separable transitive verb
(net figure) convertir en chiffres bruts

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