English vocabulary and translations (See all)
EBIT (Earnings Before Interest and Taxes): profit before the deduction of interest or tax
- "In general, the figures show that we've had kind of a productive and profitable year, and our EBIT indicates that we've actually surpassed our projected earnings by a considerable margin."
- "Icarus : Uh, well, Mr. Cashman, the EBIT refers to our earnings before interest and taxes."
- "Cashman : "EBIT"?"
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