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Synonyms for net

Synonyms for net

an open fabric woven of strands that are interlaced and knotted at usually regular intervals

to gain possession of, especially after a struggle or chase

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a computer network consisting of a worldwide network of computer networks that use the TCP/IP network protocols to facilitate data transmission and exchange

a trap made of netting to catch fish or birds or insects

a goal lined with netting (as in soccer or hockey)

game equipment consisting of a strip of netting dividing the playing area in tennis or badminton

yield as a net profit

construct or form a web, as if by weaving

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catch with a net

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remaining after all deductions

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conclusive in a process or progression

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As the labor of drawing the net had been very great, he directed one party of his men to commence throwing the fish into piles, preparatory to the usual division, while another, under the superintendence of Benjamin, prepared the seine for a second haul.
EURO net short 35.9K contracts, up 4.1K from prior week...
The senator's husband, former Senate president Manny Villar, was recently named as the Philippines' richest by Forbes in its 2019 list of richest people in the world, with an estimated net worth of $5.5 billion.
In the Seniors Amateur category, winner net was Saleem by scoring Net 144 whereas Lt Col Waqar Ahmed of Rawalpindi Golf Club was Winner Gross by scoring Gross 159.
The first decision a grower must make is whether to use a net that drapes over one or multiple rows, covers only the sides of a row or creates a canopy or "roof" of net over the entire vineyard.
The company's net operating profit (GAAP) for the quarter was USD79,000, compared to USD1,452,000 net operating loss in Q4 2008.
Nonresident investors bought a net 1,145.66 billion yen worth of stocks from June 4 to 29 on the Tokyo, Osaka and Nagoya bourses, down from the previous month's net purchase of 1,289.99 billion yen.
1.752-2(j) and do not extend the net value approach to nominally capitalized entities.
But while it pulled the plug on the retail component of ABC, CoGS voted to extend the life of Letting Down the Nets, a two-year-old stewardship initiative approved by General Synod in 2004 as part of the church's new Framework, or strategic plan.
The net asset approach bases the value of the metalcasting facility on the value of its tangible assets minus its liabilities (net assets).
So what is "net neutrality?" In "Broadband Regulation: Will Congress Neuter the Net?" published by The Heritage Foundation, James L Gattuso defines net neutrality as "any policy of managing content without differentiation, although in the current debate it more often refers to regulation to achieve that end.
Net income also included a foreign exchange gain of CAD$107 million.
The new plant, which is slated for operation within fiscal 2005, will manufacture 4.2 million units of Olyset Net annually, increasing annual output capacity from the current 2 million to 8 million nets in Tanzania.
"Whether you're earning $100,000 or $25,000 a year, you're not going to have a [positive] net worth if you don't set a goal, and you're not going to attain your financial goals if you're not disciplined," Rachel asserts.
In 2003, construction net earnings continued to out-grow other sectors, according to national statistics compiled by the Bureau of Economic Analysis.