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pro forma

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishpro formapro for‧ma /ˌprəʊ ˈfɔːmə $ ˌproʊ ˈfɔːr-/ adjective, adverb formal 🔊 🔊 if something is approved, accepted etc pro forma, this is part of the usual way of doing things and does not involve any actual choice or decision 🔊 pro forma approvalFrom Longman Business Dictionary
Related topics: Finance
pro-formapro-for‧ma /prəʊ ˈfɔːməproʊ ˈfɔːrmə/ adjective [only before a noun] ACCOUNTINGFINANCEpro-forma figures, results etc are not complete or final, and often do not include money that was spent on extraordinary itemsPro-forma earnings show how much a company would have earned had unusual and one-time charges not occurred.Their eventual loss compares with pro-forma pretax profit of $14.6 millions.
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