gross definition

  • adjective:
    • unique of deductions; complete: gross profits. See Synonyms at whole.
    • Unmitigated in any way; utter: gross incompetence.
    • Glaringly apparent: gross injustice. See Synonyms at flagrant.
    • Brutishly coarse, like in behavior; crude: "It is useless to expect a hungry and squalid population become anything but violent and gross” ( Thomas H. Huxley).
    • Offensive; disgusting.
    • Lacking susceptibility or discernment; unrefined:
    • Carnal; sexy.
    • Overweight; corpulent.
    • Dense; profuse.
    • wide; basic: the gross outlines of a plan.
    • Disgusting.
    • Coarse, rude, vulgar, obscene, or impure.
    • Great, big, palpable, bulky, or fat.
    • Great, serious, flagrant, or shameful
    • the entire amount; whole; total before any deductions.
    • Dull.
    • Great; huge; bulky; fat; of huge size; extremely large.
    • Coarse; harsh; perhaps not fine or fine.
    • Not easily aroused or excited; not sensitive and painful in perception or experience; dull; witless.
    • Expressing, or originating in, animal or sensual appetites; ergo, coarse, vulgar, reduced, obscene, or impure.
    • Disgusting; repulsive; very offensive.
    • Thick; thick; perhaps not attenuated.
    • Great; palpable; really serious; vagrant; shameful
    • entire; whole; total; without deduction; ; -- in opposition to net.
    • visually noticeable to the naked eye (especially of stones and anatomical features)
    • without qualification; used informally as (often pejorative) intensifiers
    • lacking good distinctions or detail
    • conspicuously and tastelessly indecent
    • conspicuously and outrageously bad or reprehensible
    • before any deductions
    • repellently fat
  • noun:
    • the complete human anatomy or amount, at the time of income, before required deductions have been made.
    • a small grouping of 144 items; 12 dozen.
    • Twelve dozen = 144.
    • the full total nominal profits or quantity, before taxes, expenses, exclusions or comparable are subtracted. Whatever continues to be after all deductions is known as internet.
    • most, the size, the public.
    • the key human anatomy; the chief part, volume, or mass.
    • The number of twelve dozen; twelve times twelve
    • the key human anatomy; the main part; the bulk; the mass: now mainly or only into the expression in gross or in the gross (which see, below).
    • A unit of tale, composed of twelve dozen, or 144. It never ever gets the plural type: as, five gross or ten gross.
    • Thick soft meals, such as for example porridge, etc. Halliwell.
    • the entire quantity of income before any deductions are available
    • twelve dozen
  • verb-transitive:
    • to make as a complete income or revenue before deductions.
  • phrasal-verb:
    • 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).
  • verb:
    • to make money, excluding expenses.
    • earn before taxes, costs, etc.
  • others:
    • Great; huge; huge; cumbersome.
    • 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.
    • To engross.
    • fairly huge; especially, visible to the naked-eye; megascopic; perhaps not microscopic.

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