♦ profit

♦ profit
♦ profit /ˈprɒfɪt/
n. [uc]
1 profitto; beneficio; frutto; giovamento: to turn st. to profit, mettere qc. a profitto; trarre vantaggio da qc.
2 (econ., fin., rag.) profitto; guadagno; utile; ricavo: pre-tax profits, utili ante imposte (o al lordo della tassazione); taxable profits, guadagni soggetti a tassazione; net profit, utile netto; gross profit, utile lordo; net profit, profitto netto; healthy profit, profitto consistente; at a profit, vantaggiosamente; ricavando un utile: We sold our farm at a profit, abbiamo guadagnato sulla vendita del podere; to make (o to turn) a profit, ricavare un utile, fare un guadagno; to yield profits, dare profitti; essere redditizio; to reap the profits of, raccogliere i frutti di
profit and loss account, conto profitti e perdite; conto economico □ profit-bearing = profit-making ► sotto (agg.) □ profit forecast, previsione degli utili □ profit graph, diagramma di redditività; profittogramma □ profit-making, (agg.) proficuo; lucrativo; (di un'azienda) in attivo; (sost.) realizzo di profitti □ profit margin, (econ.) margine di profitto; (rag.) redditività netta delle vendite □ (econ.) profit push, spinta dei profitti □ profit seeking, ricerca del profitto □ profit-sharer, compartecipe agli utili; cointeressato □ profit-sharing, compartecipazione agli utili; interessenza, cointeressenza □ profit squeeze, riduzione degli utili □ (Borsa) profit-taking, presa di beneficio; vendita di realizzo □ (fisc.) profit tax, imposta sui profitti (spec. di Borsa) □ non-profit (o not-for-profit), che non ha fini (o senza scopo) di lucro; non lucrativo; non profit; ONLUS.
(to) profit /ˈprɒfɪt/
A v. i.
profittare (di); approfittare (di); trarre profitto (da): Many companies profited from slavery during the 18th century, nel Settecento molte aziende trassero profitto dalla schiavitù; We hope to profit from the recent economic recovery, speriamo di approfittare della ripresa economica recente
B v. t.
giovare a (q.); esser di profitto a (q.); servire: What can it profit us?, di che profitto può esserci?; a che può giovarci?

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