gross loss

gross loss
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gross loss UK US noun [C] ( also trading loss) FINANCE
the total amount of a company’s losses from its different activities in a particular period, even if it makes a profit on some of these activities: »

Today the company reported a gross loss of $17.15 bn for the second quarter.

Financial and business terms. 2012.

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