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net         

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      n  
1    an openwork fabric of string, rope, wire, etc.; mesh  
   Related adj       retiary  
2    a device made of net, used to protect or enclose things or to trap animals  
3   
a    a thin light mesh fabric of cotton, nylon, or other fibre, used for curtains, dresses, etc.  
b    (as modifier)  
net curtains     
4    a plan, strategy, etc., intended to trap or ensnare  
the murderer slipped through the police net     
5      (Tennis, badminton, etc.)  
a    a strip of net that divides the playing area into two equal parts  
b    a shot that hits the net, whether or not it goes over  
6    the goal in soccer, hockey, etc.  
7    often pl     (Cricket)  
a    a pitch surrounded by netting, used for practice  
b    a practice session in a net  
8    Informal      short for       Internet  
9       another word for       network       2  
      vb   , nets, netting, netted  
10    tr   to catch with or as if with a net; ensnare  
11    tr   to shelter or surround with a net  
12    intr     (Tennis, badminton, etc.)   to hit a shot into the net  
13    to make a net out of (rope, string, etc.)  
     (Old English net; related to Gothic nati, Dutch net)  
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net          [2]   , nett  
      adj  
1    remaining after all deductions, as for taxes, expenses, losses, etc.  
net profit         Compare       gross       2  
2    (of weight) after deducting tare  
3    ultimate; final; conclusive (esp. in the phrase net result)  
      n  
4    net income, profits, weight, etc.  
      vb   , nets, netting, netted  
5    tr   to yield or earn as clear profit  
     (C14: clean, neat, from French net neat1; related to Dutch net, German nett)  

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network  
      n  
1    an interconnected group or system  
a network of shops     
2      (Also)    net          a system of intersecting lines, roads, veins, etc.  
3       another name for        net          1       1       netting  
4      (Radio, television)   a group of broadcasting stations that all transmit the same programme simultaneously  
5      (Electronics)   a system of interconnected components or circuits  
6      (Computing)   a system of interconnected computer systems, terminals, and other equipment allowing information to be exchanged  
      vb  
7    tr     (Radio, television)   to broadcast on stations throughout the country  
the Scotland-England match was networked     
8      (Computing)   (of computers, terminals, etc.) to connect or be connected  
9    intr   to form business contacts through informal social meetings  


clap-net  
      n   a net, used esp. by entomologists, that can be closed instantly by pulling a string  
drift net  
      n   a large fishing net supported by floats or attached to a drifter that is allowed to drift with the tide or current  
gill net  
      n     (Fishing)   a net suspended vertically in the water to trap fish by their gills in its meshes  
landing net  
      n     (Angling)   a loose long-handled net on a triangular frame for lifting hooked fish from the water  
mosquito net   , netting  
      n   a fine curtain or net put in windows, around beds, etc., to keep mosquitoes out  
net          [1]  
      n  
1    an openwork fabric of string, rope, wire, etc.; mesh  
   Related adj       retiary  
2    a device made of net, used to protect or enclose things or to trap animals  
3   
a    a thin light mesh fabric of cotton, nylon, or other fibre, used for curtains, dresses, etc.  
b    (as modifier)  
net curtains     
4    a plan, strategy, etc., intended to trap or ensnare  
the murderer slipped through the police net     
5      (Tennis, badminton, etc.)  
a    a strip of net that divides the playing area into two equal parts  
b    a shot that hits the net, whether or not it goes over  
6    the goal in soccer, hockey, etc.  
7    often pl     (Cricket)  
a    a pitch surrounded by netting, used for practice  
b    a practice session in a net  
8    Informal      short for       Internet  
9       another word for       network       2  
      vb   , nets, netting, netted  
10    tr   to catch with or as if with a net; ensnare  
11    tr   to shelter or surround with a net  
12    intr     (Tennis, badminton, etc.)   to hit a shot into the net  
13    to make a net out of (rope, string, etc.)  
     (Old English net; related to Gothic nati, Dutch net)  
net          [2]   , nett  
      adj  
1    remaining after all deductions, as for taxes, expenses, losses, etc.  
net profit         Compare       gross       2  
2    (of weight) after deducting tare  
3    ultimate; final; conclusive (esp. in the phrase net result)  
      n  
4    net income, profits, weight, etc.  
      vb   , nets, netting, netted  
5    tr   to yield or earn as clear profit  
     (C14: clean, neat, from French net neat1; related to Dutch net, German nett)  
net asset value  
      n   the total value of the assets of an organization less its liabilities and capital charges,   (Abbrev.)    NAV  
Net Book Agreement  
      n   a former agreement between U.K. publishers and booksellers that until 1995 prohibited booksellers from undercutting the price of books sold in bookshops,   (Abbrev.)    NBA  
net domestic product  
      n     (Economics)   the gross domestic product minus an allowance for the depreciation of capital goods,   (Abbrev.)    NDP  
net national product  
      n   gross national product minus an allowance for the depreciation of capital goods,   (Abbrev.)    NNP  
net present value  
      n     (Accounting)   an assessment of the long-term profitability of a project made by adding together all the revenue it can be expected to achieve over its whole life and deducting all the costs involved, discounting both future costs and revenue at an appropriate rate,   (Abbrev.)    NPV  
net profit  
      n   gross profit minus all operating costs not included in the calculation of gross profit, esp. wages, overheads, and depreciation  
net realizable value  
      n   the net value of an asset if it were to be sold, taking into account the cost of making the sale and of bringing the asset into a saleable state,   (Abbrev.)    NRV  
net ton  
      n      the full name for       ton   1       2  
pound net  
      n   a fishing trap having an arrangement of standing nets directing the fish into an enclosed net  
safety net  
      n  
1    a net used in a circus to catch high-wire and trapeze artistes if they fall  
2    any means of protection from hardship or loss, such as insurance  
shark net   , mesh  
      n     (Chiefly Austral)  
1    a net for catching sharks  
2    a long piece of netting strung across a bay, inlet, etc., to exclude sharks  

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net         

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1   
      n   lacework, lattice, mesh, netting, network, openwork, reticulum, tracery, web  
2   
      vb   bag, capture, catch, enmesh, ensnare, entangle, nab     (informal)   trap  

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net          [2]   , nett  
      adj  
1    after taxes, clear, final, take-home  
2    closing, conclusive, final  
      vb  
3    accumulate, bring in, clear, earn, gain, make, realize, reap  

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drift net, gill net, landing net, mosquito net

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