earnings - Hindi

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n. कमाई, उपार्जन, लाभ, नफ़ा

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Our earnings statement for the last quarter showed some glowing irregularities.
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This is my half of the earnings.
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Obama formally submitted his proposed expenditures for 2015 on Tuesday, during a speech in Washington. The president wants to extend the tax breaks on earnings for more than 13 million Americans without children.
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The acquired firm had revenues of $1100 million last year, and, according to Tim Cook, chief executive officer of Apple, it will increase the company’s earnings starting next fiscal year, which begins in October.
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The thieves of the city's centre were a better-dressed, more aristocratic lot; each of these had his woman, whose earnings he managed and who took good care of him. The outcasts of the heart of the city were a distinct class with other gradations.
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With his earnings, he had bought land, much land, almost worthless because of its insecurity, devoting it to the raising of cattle that he had to defend, gun in hand, from the pirates of the plains.
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This organ-grinder took all the receipts of La Goya, who, as the prettiest of the quartet, enjoyed the most numerous patronage; El Soldadito watched her and when she went off with anybody, followed, waiting for her to come out of the house of assignation so that he could collect her earnings.
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But managers can take other actions to improve earnings at the expense of long-term cash flow.
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But no radiologists have lost jobs in the US since then, nor have their earnings fallen.
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Finally, it reinvests much of its retained earnings in advertising and brand development in each country.
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Synonyme

the excess of revenues over outlays in a given period of time (including depreciation and other non-cash expenses): filthy lucre, windfall profit, share, quick buck, fast buck, profit, cleanup, income, net, net profit, lucre, earning per share, killing, part, dividend, gross profit margin, net income, markup, percentage, gross profit, portion, margin, accumulation, profits
something that remunerates: wage, regular payment, take-home pay, salary, remuneration, pay, minimum wage, payroll, merit pay, combat pay, pay packet, strike pay, sick pay, paysheet, pay envelope, double time, found, half-pay, living wage


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