Revenue

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Definition

revenue: earnings, income, money received from sales
noun

the total revenue, the gross revenue: the whole amount of money entering (a company)
noun
This company has a total annual revenue of 5 million Euros. This money is the whole amount earned in one year.

Pronunciation examples
UK: It's best to ensure that your revenue can cover your expenditure.
US: The Delavigne Corporation has very healthy revenues.
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Examples

  • "A very smug company spokesperson reported that revenues from world-wide perfume sales are up by 20% compared to this time last year."
  • "Revenues! Revenues, Hannah, revenues."
  • "Christmas sales account for as much as 40% of a retail store's annual revenue and as much as 75% of its annual profit."
  • "Revenues, Hannah, revenues."
  • "Two years ago, our gross revenue was big, but still growing."
  • "Brian : No, It's a financial term. Businesses stop expanding, revenues decline, employment falls and unemployment rises."
  • "I remind you that Warbuckle's Department Stores sell a large amount of Delavigne products, and his business represents nearly one fifth of our total revenue."
  • "I remind you that Warbuckle's Department Stores are the primary retailer of Delavigne products, and his business represents nearly one fifth of our total revenue."
  • "Philip : Revenues!"

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