French translation of 'takings'
Example Sentences Including 'takings'
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How could he equate the presence of the `Night Watch" to the door takings ?ALASTAIR MCLEAN'S 'NIGHT WATCH'
I hope it does because next Sunday is the Whitsun collection for the Curate and I don't want to lose any of those precious takings.GOODBYE CURATE
I see Dr Davies in the church to keep an eye on the takings.GOODBYE CURATE
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'takings' in Other Languages
British English: takings /ˈteɪkɪŋz/ NOUN
The takings of a business such as a shop or cinema consist of the amount of money it gets from selling its goods or tickets during a certain period.
Takings have dropped in the last six months.
- American English: receipts money
- Arabic: إِيْرادات
- Brazilian Portuguese: ganhos
- Chinese: 营业收入
- Croatian: utržak
- Czech: tržba
- Danish: bruttoindtægt
- Dutch: verdiensten
- European Spanish: recaudación
- Finnish: tulot tuotto
- French: recettes
- German: Einnahmen
- Greek: εισοδήματα
- Italian: incassi
- Japanese: 収入
- Korean: 소득
- Norwegian: fangst
- Polish: dochód
- European Portuguese: ganhos
- Romanian: încasări
- Russian: выручка
- Spanish: recaudación
- Swedish: intäkter
- Thai: รายได้
- Turkish: hasılat
- Ukrainian: виручка
- Vietnamese: tiền bán hàng
British English: takings NOUN
You can use takings to refer to the amount of money that a business such as a shop or a cinema gets from selling its goods or tickets during a particular period.
Their takings were increasing every week.
Translation of takings from the Collins English to French Dictionary