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Sentence count:267+51 Only show simple sentencesPosted:2017-03-03Updated:2020-07-24
Similar words: profitnonprofitat a profitprofitableprofilehigh profileproficiencyout of itMeaning: ['prɑfɪt /'prɒ-]  n. 1. the excess of revenues over outlays in a given period of time (including depreciation and other non-cash expenses) 2. something won (especially money). 
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(1) Two quarrel and a third profits by it. 
(2) The sale generated record profits.
(3) Profits have soared dramatically in recent months.
(4) The company bootlegged the tapes for huge profits.
(5) Our profits have more than doubled this year.
(6) The company distributed its profits among its workers.
(7) The new service helped boost pre-tax profits by 10%.
(8) In a co-operative profits are distributed among the work-force.
(9) They closed down after years of low profits.
(10) Company profits were 5% lower than last year.
(11) The companies split the profits fifty-fifty.
(12) These costs are deductible from profits.
(13) The company profits grew by 5% last year.
(14) Storehouse made pre-tax profits of 3.1m.
(15) Net profits slumped by 41%.
(16) Their profits shrank by 4% last year.
(17) All our profits are re-invested in research and development.
(18) The company reported a small decline in its profits.
(19) Profits fell during the third quarter.
(20) All of us will participate in the profits.
(21) Several companies have disclosed profits of over £200 million.
(22) We are confident next year's profits will be higher.
(23) Profits have shot up by a staggering 25 %.
(24) Profits plummeted from £49 million to £11 million.
(25) On the positive side, profits have increased.
(26) We must maximize profits. Sentencedict.com
(27) Much of the apparent growth in profits that occurred in the 1980s was the result of creative accounting.
(28) Most companies have suffered a drop in their profits, even very large companies.
(29) The new manager will be given carte blanche as long as she can increase the company's profits.
(30) Lower rates mean that firms are more likely to rack up profits in the coming months.
More similar words: profitnonprofitat a profitprofitableprofilehigh profileproficiencyout of itof itselfmicroficheprofaneprofoundprofanedprofessorprofanityprofessionprofligacyprofligateprofoundlyprofessionalfitoutfitfit tounfitfitterfittedfittingfitnessfit intobenefit
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