the bottom line

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The bottom line is we don't have enough health care professionals.

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  • the bottom line — the final number, the conclusion    The bottom line is this: we can t afford to buy another store …   English idioms

  • The Bottom Line — Este artículo o sección necesita referencias que aparezcan en una publicación acreditada, como revistas especializadas, monografías, prensa diaria o páginas de Internet fidedignas. Puedes añadirlas así o avisar …   Wikipedia Español

  • (the) bottom line — 1. the most important fact in a situation. The bottom line is that people s health is at risk if they smoke. 2. the total amount of money that a business makes or loses. The bottom line is what counts in most companies these days …   New idioms dictionary

  • The Bottom Line (radio program) — The Bottom Line is a business discussion programme broadcast in the UK on BBC Radio 4. It began in 2006 and is presented by the BBC s Economics Editor, Evan Davis and produced by the BBC s Radio Current Affairs department. As of August 2007 it… …   Wikipedia

  • the bottom line is — the base of it is, the final determination was …   English contemporary dictionary

  • Land of the Bottom Line — Infobox Album | Name = Land of the Bottom Line Type = Album Artist = John Gorka Released = 1990 Recorded = Woodbridge, New Jersey, USA Genre = Folk Singer songwriter Length = 59:33 Label = High Street/Windham Hill Producer = Bill Kollar Reviews …   Wikipedia

  • Bottom line (disambiguation) — Bottom line may refer to: *The Bottom Line, a biweekly alternative student newspaper sponsored by the Associated Students of the University of California Santa Barbara *ESPN sports scores and news (ESPN BottomLine). *the bottom line, or net… …   Wikipedia

  • bottom line — ˌbottom ˈline noun [countable] informal 1. the figure showing a company s total profit or loss: • The company s bottom line showed a net profit of 173 million euros. • Cost cutting moves under way at the banks should help bottom lines. 2. the end …   Financial and business terms

  • Bottom Line — The Bottom Line was an intimate music venue in New York City s Greenwich Village, at 15 West Fourth Street between Broadway and Washington Square Park. During 1970s, it played a major role in maintaining Greenwich Village s status as a cultural… …   Wikipedia

  • bottom line — {n.}, {informal} (stress on line ) 1. The last word on a controversial issue; a final decision. * / Give me the bottom line on the proposed merger, said John./ 2. The naked truth without embellishments. * /Look, the bottom line is that poor Max… …   Dictionary of American idioms

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