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net loss

noun as in total amount of money lost

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Example Sentences

This would mitigate the negative wildlife consequences of wind power in a way that should result in no net loss of birds.

It reported a net loss for 2012, though it eked out a slim $4.9 million profit in the fourth quarter.

It reported a net loss of $143 million(PDF) for the third quarter.

Barnes & Noble reported a net loss of $41 million in the first quarter.

The year ended with 3.179 million on the payrolls, for a first-year net loss of 44,700 jobs.

Whatever is done to secure them such a remuneration will only involve net loss.

There has been a net loss in the Quartier—and where has there not been?

Perhaps the net loss to the South has been a quarter of a million, the majority young, single men and women.

When he comes to balance things up, perhaps he will not, after all, find the net loss so serious.

Ninety thousand dollars came out; a hundred and forty thousand were put in, making a net loss of fifty thousand.


On this page you'll find 4 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to net loss, such as: bottom line, deficit, diminishing returns, and losses.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.