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WordReference Random House Learner's Dictionary of American English © 2015
gross /groʊs/USA pronunciation
adj., -er, -est,n., pl. grossfor11,gross•esfor12,v.
without or before deductions;
total (opposed to netnet w="1" h="2" d="1" ):gross earnings.
[before a noun] flagrant and extreme; glaring:gross injustice.
[Slang.]revolting; disgusting:a really gross habit.
extremely or excessively fat.
of or relating to only the broadest or most general considerations.
Weights and Measures[countable] a group of 12 dozen, or 144, things. Abbr.: gro.gro:Bring in several gross of the pencils.
[uncountable] total income, profits, etc., before any deductions (opposed to netnet w="1" ).
v. [~ + object]
to earn as a total before any deductions:The company grossed over three million dollars last year.
gross out, [Slang.]
gross•ness, n. [uncountable]
- to disgust or offend: [~ + object + out]That food really grossed me out.[~ + out + object]He tried to gross out the cheerleaders.
Collins Concise English Dictionary © HarperCollins Publishers::
gross /ɡrəʊs/ adj
- repellently or excessively fat or bulky
- with no deductions for expenses, tax, etc; total: gross sales, gross income
- (of personal qualities, tastes, etc) conspicuously coarse or vulgar
- obviously or exceptionally culpable or wrong; flagrant: gross inefficiency
- lacking in perception, sensitivity, or discrimination: gross judgments
- (esp of vegetation) dense; thick; luxuriant
- an exclamation indicating disgust
- ( pl gross) a unit of quantity equal to 12 dozen
- ( pl grosses) the entire amount
- the great majority
Etymology: 14th Century: from Old French gros large, from Late Latin grossus thickˈgrossly adv ˈgrossness n
- to earn as total revenue, before deductions for expenses, tax, etc