自2010年至今的四级考试中， 共出现过 次
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ADJ 重大的；严重的；极端的 You use gross to describe something unacceptable or unpleasant to a very great amount, degree, or intensity.
The company were guilty of gross negligence.
...an act of gross injustice.
ADJ-GRADED （言语、行为）极端粗俗的，下流的 If you say that someone's speech or behaviour is gross, you think it is very rude or unacceptable.
He abused the Admiral in the grossest terms...
I feel disgusted and wonder how I could ever have been so gross.
ADJ-GRADED 令人不快的；让人恶心的；令人厌恶的 If you describe something as gross, you think it is very unpleasant.
They had a commercial on the other night for Drug Free America that was so gross I thought Daddy was going to faint...
He wears really gross holiday outfits.
ADJ-GRADED 肥胖难看的；臃肿的 If you describe someone as gross, you mean that they are extremely fat and unattractive.
I only resist things like chocolate if I feel really gross.
ADJ （尤指金额）总的，毛的 Gross means the total amount of something, especially money, before any has been taken away.
...a fixed rate account guaranteeing 10.4% gross interest or 7.8% net until October.
ADJ 全部的；总计的 Gross means the total amount of something, after all the relevant amounts have been added together.
National Savings gross sales in June totalled £709 million.
ADJ 总重量的；毛重的 Gross means the total weight of something, including its container or wrapping.
VERB （扣除税金前）总共赚得，总收入为 If a person or a business grosses a particular amount of money, they earn that amount of money before tax has been taken away.
I'm a factory worker who grossed £12,900 last year...
So far the films have grossed more than £590 million.
NUM 罗（一罗为144个） A gross is a group of 144 things.
He ordered twelve gross of the disks.