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  1. gross

    • IPA[ɡrəʊs]

    英式

    • adj.
      (especially of wrongdoing) very obvious and unacceptable;(of income, profit, or interest) without deduction of tax or other contributions; total
    • adv.
      without tax or other contributions having been deducted
    • v.
      produce or earn (an amount of money) as gross profit or income;add deductions such as tax to a net amount
    • n.
      an amount equal to twelve dozen; 144;a gross profit or income
    • noun: gross, plural noun: grosses

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    • 片語
    • adj.
      形容詞
    • 1. (especially of wrongdoing) very obvious and unacceptable:

      gross human rights abuses

      gross negligence

    • 2. (of income, profit, or interest) without deduction of tax or other contributions; total:

      the gross amount of the gift was £1,000

    • 3. (of weight) including contents, wrappings, or other variable items; overall:

      a projected gross take-off weight of 500,000 pounds

    • 4. (of a score in golf) as actually played, without taking handicap into account.
    • 5. very rude or coarse; vulgar:

      a gross, slap-and-tickle version of ‘The Taming of the Shrew’

    • 6. unattractively fat or bloated:

      I feel fat, gross—even my legs feel flabby

    • 7. very unpleasant; repulsive:

      ‘Then I threw up,’ said Russ. ‘How gross,’ Ellie muttered

    • 8. general or large-scale; not detailed:

      at the gross anatomical level

    • adv.
      副詞
    • 1. without tax or other contributions having been deducted:

      if the value of your Bond is £50,000 or more the interest will be paid gross

    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. produce or earn (an amount of money) as gross profit or income:

      the film went on to gross $8 million

    • 2. add deductions such as tax to a net amount:

      all commuting costs were grossed up for tax and National Insurance deductions

    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. an amount equal to twelve dozen; 144:

      fifty-five gross of tins of processed milk

    • 2. a gross profit or income:

      the box office grosses mounted

    • n. a film that earns a specified level of gross profit or income:

    • the 1965 film version was an even bigger grosser

      a $50 million-plus grosser

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    • n. a movie that earns a specified level of gross profit or income:

    • the 1965 film version was an even bigger grosser

      a $50 million-plus grosser

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    • adj.
      disgusting, repellent, or shocking:
    • the movie features several gross-out scenes
    • n.
      a person or thing that arouses disgust or shock:
    • there's the moment in the film where the head floats by, which is a gross-out

      he sure sounds like a total gross-out

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    • n. the size or carrying capacity of a ship measured in gross tons:

    • all vessels over 300 gross tonnage are required to participate

      the MSC Divina has a gross tonnage of 135,000 tons

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    • adj.
      disgusting, repellent, or shocking:
    • the movie features several gross-out scenes
    • n.
      a person or thing that arouses disgust or shock:
    • there's the moment in the film where the head floats by, which is a gross-out

      he sure sounds like a total gross-out

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    • n. unacceptable or improper behaviour of a very serious kind, especially by an employee or professional person:

    • you can sack someone on the spot for gross misconduct

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    • n. a term formerly used to denote certain criminal offences, in particular sexual activity between men (before this was decriminalized) and sexual offences against children:

    • he was charged with gross indecency

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    • n. the branch of anatomy that deals with the structure of organs and tissues that are visible to the naked eye.

    • he was charged with gross indecency

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    • IPA[ɡrōs]

    美式

    • adj.
      (especially of wrongdoing) very obvious and unacceptable; blatant:
    • gross human rights abuses

      gross negligence

    • adv.
      without tax or other contributions having been deducted:
    • if the value of your Bond is $50,000 or more the interest will be paid gross
    • v.
      produce or earn (an amount of money) as gross profit or income:
    • the film went on to gross $8 million in the U.S
    • n.
      an amount equal to twelve dozen; 144:
    • fifty-five gross of tins of processed milk

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