Vous êtes sur la page 1sur 2

Income

Profits

Earnings

the money that you earn from your work or that you receive from investments, the government etc on a ... income (=earning a particular amount) high/low income highincome/low-income annual income family/household income disposable income (=your income after tax and necessary bills have been paid) taxable income (=the part of your income on which you pay tax) net income (=your income after you have paid taxes) gross income (=your income before you have paid taxes) investment income (=income from investments) source of income loss of income supplement your income (with something) (=increase your income by doing something) His annual income is 250,000. money that you gain by selling things or doing business, after your costs have been paid [ loss; revenue] at a profit make/earn/turn a profit big/huge/healthy/substantial/handsome/hefty profit (=a large profit) profits are up/down profits rise/increase/grow profits soar/leap (=profits increase by a lot) profits fall/drop profits slump/plunge (=profits fall by a lot) boost profits (=make them increase) maximize profits (=get as much profit as possible) net profit (=after tax and costs are paid) gross profit (=before tax and costs are paid) pre-tax profit (=before tax is paid) trading/operating profit Profits are up by a third. the profit that a company or country makes: The company's earnings have dropped by 5% in the first quarter. Oil provides 40% of Norway's export earnings. money that a business or organization receives over a period of time, especially from selling goods or services [ income]: the total number of products that are sold during a particular period of time the amount of business done during a particular period The illicit drugs industry has an annual turnover of some 200 bn. the amount of money you owe to a bank when you have spent more money than you had in your account: a 250 overdraft an amount of money that you borrow from a bank etc take out a loan (=borrow money) repay/pay off/pay back a loan (=give back money you have borrowed) make a loan American English (=give someone a loan) bank loan (=money lent by a bank) car/home loan (=a loan to buy a car etc) personal loan (=money lent to an individual) business loan (=money lent to a business) student loan (=money lent to students to pay for university) interest-free loan (=a loan on which you only repay the amount you borrowed) The organization was allowed to make loans to private businesses.

Revenue Sales Turnover Overdraft

Loan

Bonds

an official document promising that a government or company will pay back money that it has borrowed, often with INTEREST: My father put all his money into stock market bonds.

Shares

one of the equal parts into which the ownership of a company is divided buy/sell shares