loose open material made of string, thread, wire, etc. knotted or woven together
piece of this used for a particular purpose
catch (fish, animals, etc.) with or in a net; put nets in place in
gain as a profit
remaining when nothing more is to be taken away
"the final answer"
"a last resort"
"the net result"
"The company cleared $1 million"
"This sale netted me $1 million"
"net a fish"
When our small birds begin to migrate..taking them with nets in their passage.
Caught in the traffic like a fish in a net.
出自： A. Desai
Weight..193 pounds, Net.
出自： S. Sewall
The net result was that, despite a very fair environment..man [in Australia]..stagnated.
出自： R. R. Marett
My net impression was that the Trade Unionists..were..no abler than thirty years ago.
出自： B. Webb
The tickets were..cheap, for the net takings amounted to no more than s75.
出自： M. Meyer
Current liabilities..are therefore deducted from current assets..to give net current assets.
出自： M. Brett
If we put up the cover price by X..but cut the trade margin by Y, we'll end up net.
出自： H. Evans
The fish..swarmed to the surface and we netted them.
出自： L. Erdrich