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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishresultsresults[plural]BBBF the accounts of a business that show how successful it has been over a period of time, usually a year British Airways has announced disappointing results for the first half of the year. resultFrom Longman Business Dictionary
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resultsre‧sults /rɪˈzʌlts/ noun [plural]1FINANCE the profit or loss made by a company in a particular period of time, or a report it gives about thisThe company’s first full-year results showed sales of $2.46 billion.Two British banks announced management changes after announcing poor financial results.The bank’s strongoperating results boosted its stock price.2things that happen successfully because of someone’s efforts, plans etcI knew the sales force couldachieve results despite the difficulties.A wide range of financial incentives is likely toproduce the best results. see also payment-by-results
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