Found 3 items, similar to Grossest.
English → Indonesian
bruto, dua belas lusin, gros
English → English
adj 1: before any deductions; “gross income”
2: visible to the naked eye (especially of rocks and anatomical
features) [syn: megascopic
3: of general aspects or broad distinctions; “the gross details
of the structure appear reasonable”
4: repellently fat; “a bald porcine old man”
5: conspicuously and outrageously bad or reprehensible; “a
; “an egregious lie”
; “flagrant violation of
; “a glaring error”
; “gross ineptitude”
; “rank treachery”
6: without qualification; used informally as (often pejorative)
intensifiers; “an arrant fool”
; “a complete coward”
; “a double-dyed villain”
; “a perfect idiot”
; “pure folly”
; “what a
; “stark staring mad”
; “a thoroughgoing
; “utter nonsense”
7: conspicuously and tastelessly indecent; “coarse language”
“a crude joke”
; “crude behavior”
; “an earthy sense of
; “a revoltingly gross expletive”
; “a vulgar
; “full of language so vulgar it should have been
n 1: twelve dozen [syn: 144
2: the entire amount of income before any deductions are made
v : earn before taxes, expenses, etc.
English → English
, a. [Compar. Grosser
; superl. Grossest
gros, L. grossus, perh. fr. L. crassus thick, dense, fat, E.
crass, cf. Skr. grathita tied together, wound up, hardened.
1. Great; large; bulky; fat; of huge size; excessively large.
“A gross fat man.”
A gross body of horse under the Duke. --Milton.
2. Coarse; rough; not fine or delicate.
3. Not easily aroused or excited; not sensitive in perception
or feeling; dull; witless.
Tell her of things that no gross ear can hear.
4. Expressing, or originating in, animal or sensual
appetites; hence, coarse, vulgar, low, obscene, or impure.
The terms which are delicate in one age become gross
in the next. --Macaulay.
5. Hence: Disgusting; repulsive; highly offensive; as, a
6. Thick; dense; not attenuated; as, a gross medium.
7. Great; palpable; serious; vagrant; shameful; as, a gross
mistake; gross injustice; gross negligence.
8. Whole; entire; total; without deduction; as, the gross
sum, or gross amount, the gross weight; -- opposed to
(Law) the loan of money upon bottomry, i.
e., on a mortgage of a ship.
(Law), that kind of average which falls upon
the gross or entire amount of ship, cargo, and freight; --
commonly called general average
. --Bouvier. --Burrill.
, the total of the receipts, before they are
diminished by any deduction, as for expenses; --
distinguished from net profits. --Abbott.
the total weight of merchandise or goods,
without deduction for tare, tret, or waste; --
distinguished from neat weight
, or net weight