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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of gross.

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Examples

  • According to its internal estimated sales numbers, the title grossed approximately $550 million dollars in its first week, setting new five-day sell-through records.

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  • Curse of Frankenstein grossed $7,000,000, more than any other British film of comparable production costs.

    Hammer Films

  • The Rockstar Games label grossed over $500 millionsubhead

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  • Overseas, the 3D holiday title grossed $14.8 million from 5,298 playdates in 50 territories for a cume of $146.8 million and worldwide tally of $271.3 million.

    Variety.com

  • Overseas, the 3D holiday title grossed $14.8 million from 5,298 playdates in 50 territories for a cume of $146.8 million and worldwide tally of $271.3 million.

    Variety.com

  • At Kroger Grocery stores, their private selections label grossed more than a billion dollars last year.

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  • Overseas, the 3D holiday title grossed $14.8 million from 5,298 playdates in 50 territories for a cume of $146.8 million and worldwide tally of $271.3 million.

    Variety.com

  • Then we remembered that Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen not only exists, but it has already grossed a katrillion billion dollars.

    The Story of Moneyball Helps Prove That Hollywood Has Gone Over the Edge

  • Although it is so inexpensive and easy to make, I tend to make it often, because I get kind of grossed out by it once the kids have played with it a couple of times.

    For a Nauseatingly Good Time, Call Me « Bored Mommy

  • I was kind of grossed out when I read about William Mayne but have not sold the books I own.

    "What do YOU do when your favorite author turns out to be a puppy-kicker?"

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