to make as a complete income or revenue before deductions.
gross out Slang To fill with disgust; nauseate: "The trick in making a family film . . . is finding ways to interest grown-ups without boring, confusing, or grossing out the younger set” ( Christian Science Monitor).
Unusually big or plump, as from coarse development or fatness: placed on plants or creatures, and implying in men exorbitant or repulsive fatness.
Coarse in surface or form; coarse in flavor, or as related to some of the sensory faculties; perhaps not good or fine.
Coarse in a moral sense; vulgar; indelicate; wide: placed on either people or things.
Remarkably glaring or reprehensible; enormous; shameful; flagrant: because, a gross mistake; gross injustice.
Thick; dense; perhaps not attenuated; maybe not refined or pure: because, a gross medium; gross atmosphere; gross elements.
maybe not intense or sensitive in perception, apprehension, or feeling; stupid; lifeless.
Whole; entire; total; specifically, without deduction, for costs or waste; without allowance of tare and tret: in opposition to web: since, the gross amount or quantity; gross profits, earnings, or weight.
General; maybe not stepping into information.
After huge online game: because, to travel gross: said of a hawk.
fairly huge; especially, visible to the naked-eye; megascopic; perhaps not microscopic.