Definition of 'revenue'
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Example sentences containing 'revenue'
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It therefore guarantees the airship company a huge amount of business -- huge revenue, out of which I'll be able to repay your loan. SEIZE THE RECKLESS WIND (1996)Fishing is the main industry, with seal-hunting in season an additional source of revenue. DOUBTFUL MOTIVES (1996)The rest would be paid out of revenue accruing over a period of time agreed by both parties. TANK OF SERPENTS (1996)
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Translations for 'revenue'
British English: revenue /ˈrɛvɪˌnjuː/ NOUN
Revenue is money that a company, organization, or government receives from people.
...record advertising revenue.
- American English: revenue
- Arabic: إِيْراد
- Brazilian Portuguese: receita finança
- Chinese: 收入
- Croatian: prihod
- Czech: příjem peníze
- Danish: indtægt
- Dutch: inkomen
- European Spanish: ingresos entradas
- Finnish: verotulot
- French: revenu rentrées fiscales
- German: Staatseinnahmen
- Greek: έσοδο
- Italian: reddito
- Japanese: 収入
- Korean: 세입
- Norwegian: omsetning
- Polish: dochód pieniężny
- European Portuguese: receita finanças
- Romanian: venituri
- Russian: доход
- Spanish: ingresos
- Swedish: intäkter
- Thai: รายได้
- Turkish: vergi geliri
- Ukrainian: дохід
- Vietnamese: doanh thu
Definition of revenue from the Collins English Dictionary
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