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gross

US [ɡroʊs]
UK [ɡrəʊs]
  • n.总收入;一罗(144 个)
  • adv.全部;总共
  • adj.总的;毛的;严重的;令人不快的
  • v.总收入为;总共赚得
  • Web总额;毛重;格罗斯
Simple Present:grosses  Present Participle:grossing  Past Tense:grossed  Comparative Degree:grosser  Superlative:grossest  
gross
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adj.
1.
[obn]
总的;毛的being the total amount of sth before anything is taken away
gross weight(= including the container or wrapping)
毛重
gross income/wage(= before taxes, etc. are taken away)
(税前)总收益╱工资
Investments showed a gross profit of 26%.
投资毛利为 26%。
2.
[obn]
严重的very obvious and unacceptable
gross indecency/negligence/misconduct
严重猥亵╱过失╱渎职
a gross violation of human rights
严重侵犯人权
3.
(informal)
令人不快的;令人恶心的;使人厌恶的very unpleasant
‘He ate it with mustard.’ ‘Oh, gross!’
“他用芥末拌着吃。”“啊,真恶心!”
4.
粗鲁的;不雅的very rude
gross behaviour
粗鲁的行为
5.
肥胖而丑陋的very fat and ugly
She's not just fat, she's positively gross!
她不只是胖,她简直是五大三粗!
adv.
1.
总共;全部in total, before anything is taken away
She earns £25 000 a year gross.
她一年总收入为 25 000 英镑。
v.
1.
~ sth
总收入为;总共赚得to earn a particular amount of money before tax has been taken off it
It is one of the biggest grossing movies of all time.
这是票房收入创历史之最的影片之一。
n.
1.
一罗(144 个)a group of 144 things
two gross of apples
两罗苹果
to sell sth by the gross
按罗出售某物
2.
(尤指影片的)毛收入,总收入a total amount of money earned by sth, especially a film/movie, before any costs are taken away

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