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net in Business basics topic

netnet3 verb (netted, netting)  1 [transitive] informalBFBB to earn a particular amount of money as a profit after tax has been paid I was netting around $64,000 a year.2 [transitive]GET to succeed in getting something, especially by using your skill The company has recently netted several large contracts. An undercover sweep netted 22 suspects in one evening.3 [intransitive, transitive] informalDS to hit or kick the ball into the net in sportscore Rooney has netted nine goals for United so far this season.4 DSO[transitive] to catch a fish in a net We netted three fish in under an hour.→ See Verb table
Examples from the Corpus
netA few folks probably got buzzed and the sale netted $ 125.Donna got a raise in February, but she's still only netting $19,000 a year.An undercover drug sweep netted 22 suspects in one evening.For the first three months of 1990, Starcorp netted $547 million.The lake is commercially netted by licensed fishermen.The event, expected to net more than $ 1 million, was sponsored by the Democratic Senate Campaign Committee.Measure A netted only 58 percent of the vote.But town have netted only around half that in sales.