[ US /ˈɹɛvəˌnu, ˈɹɛvənˌju/ ]
[ UK /ɹˈɛvənjˌuː/ ]
[ UK /ɹˈɛvənjˌuː/ ]
- the entire amount of income before any deductions are made
- government income due to taxation
How To Use revenue In A Sentence
- The study predicted that, by 2022, the country would still require $7.2 billion in foreign aid a year—and that assumes an upsurge of so-far inexistent mining-industry revenue and no dramatic deterioration of security. Afghanistan Seeks Enduring Support
- Service providers haven't completely snapped their wallets shut, but the emphasis for the near-term will be on controlled spending as they look for ways to grow revenues.
- Figures for income, gross profit, salaries, motor expenses, drawings etc are fed into the Revenue computer system.
- At the other end of the social scale were the king and a tiny group of powerful men, all of them rentiers who lived in style on the revenues of their great estates.
- The Australian was interested in Iroquois Falls because the Paper Company owns the whole town; they have made the streets and the municipality, and the stores, and they were good enough to rent premises to Dr. Monteith for his liquor store, to make some revenue. Northern Ontario
- Magazines need the revenue from this powerful, high-spending label. Times, Sunday Times
- Industrial crops such as flax and dye-plants (madder, woad, and weld), and other cash crops such as coleseed, hops, and tobacco, increased revenue per hectare, enabling more people to live from the earnings of smaller plots.
- The company reported strong profit margins in its fourth quarter results, although revenues were below expectations.
- Table 10.1 illustrates this with reference to revenue expenditure on basic services by the ten district councils in the Greater Manchester area in 1987/8.
- Note 23: See change in terminology from "pencions" to "revenues" in registers referring to the performance of princesses 'Henrician bequest back From Heads of Household to Heads of State: The Preaccession Households of Mary and Elizabeth Tudor, 1516-1558