Translation of gross in Spanish:
- 1 (extreme, flagrant) (before noun)(disregard/injustice)(exaggeration)a gross distortion of the factsgross ignoranceuna burda tergiversación de los hechosignorancia (feminine) crasa or supinaExample sentences
- The indignation is compounded by evidence of gross corruption.
- The apathy, lack of understanding and political will and gross corruption in the government enhances the scope of the industry to continue with impunity.
- Even if we forget about principle and adopt a pragmatic stance, there is little to be gained in appeasing gross violence by the powerful.
- 2 (total)(weight/profit/income)I earn £400 a week grossgross domestic/national product (Economics)gano 400 libras brutas por semanaproducto (masculine) interno/nacional bruto
- 3 3.1 (fat)3.2 (vulgar)gordísimo(language/joke)(spectacle)did he do that? that's gross!¿eso hizo? ¡qué asco!Example sentences
- A man fallen in the ocean of nescience cannot be saved simply by rescuing his outward dress - the gross material body.
- The former worships the gross material object, while the latter have recourse to imagery.
- I found your gross tongues disgusting in their barbarism, but still I learned them.
- At least a third of the people promenading along the seafront were more than just overweight - they were gross, with their swollen bellies leading the way.
- (worker/earner)their profits grossed 2 milliontener una entrada bruta detuvieron beneficios brutos or (in Latin America also) utilidades brutas de 2 millonesExample sentences
- The oversized celebrity has been in 30 films since 1970, grossing hundreds of millions of dollars.
- He also informed delegates that the qualifiers had grossed a million less than in the previous year because of falling attendances.
- When's the last time you hear about a poet's latest world tour grossing a million a night?
noun plural gross
- 2also: plural grosses(gross profit)(American English)Example sentences
- Chaplin had big box-office grosses, but he made relatively few pictures.
- The overall box office grosses for the summer season, which ends today, on Labor Day, is just slightly ahead of last summer's record pace.
- This is normally a sign that audiences like a film and the film's grosses are going to hold up well in subsequent weeks, so the film's final gross could still be quite good.
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