Gross Error

Science / Chemistry / Gross Error: Gross errors are undetected mistakes that cause a measurement to be very much farther from the mean measurement than other measurements.

Other Words for Error

Error Adjective Synonyms: mistake, inaccuracy, fault, flaw, blunder, slip, gaffe, misprint, typographical error, erratum, solecism, literal, slip-up, goof, clanger, fluff, boo-boo, howler, bloomer, foul-up, boner, boob
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Other Words for Gross

Gross Verb Synonyms: total, aggregate, entire, pre-tax, (all-)inclusive, overall, whole
Gross Noun Synonyms: fat, obese, corpulent, overweight, big, large, bulky, great, heavy, ponderous, massive, cumbersome, unwieldy
Gross Adjective Synonyms: coarse, vulgar, crude, unsophisticated, uncultured, uncultivated, earthy, crass, indelicate, indecent, inappropriate, unseemly, improper, unrefined, bawdy, ribald, Rabelaisian, raw, rude, offensive, obscene, lewd, dirty, smutty, pornographic, filthy
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Gross Profit Margin

Business / Finance / Gross Profit Margin: Sales minus the cost of goods sold. MORE

Gross Profit

Business / Accounting / Gross Profit: The balance of the trading account assuming it has a credit balance. MORE

Gross Product Margin

Business / Human Resources (HR) / Gross Product Margin: The difference between the price a certain product is sold at and the cost of producing the product. MORE

Gross Processing Margin (GPM)

Business / Agriculture / Gross Processing Margin (GPM): This refers to the difference between the cost of a commodity and the combined sales income of the finished products that result from processing the commodity. Various industries have formulas to expr MORE

Gross Rating Points (GRP)

Technology / Television (TV) / Gross Rating Points (GRP): The sum of individual telecast ratings on a total program basis or advertiser commercial schedule, without regard to duplication. For example, 10 announcements each with a 10 rating would produce a to MORE

Gross Registered Tonnage (Grt)

Life Style / Travel / Gross Registered Tonnage (Grt): A measurement of the enclosed space in a ship. Cruise ships in the 70,000 ton range are considered ' superliners '. MORE

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