Meaning of GROSS in English
n. 25B6; adjective
the man was pale and gross : OBESE, corpulent, overweight, fat, big, large, fleshy, flabby, portly, bloated; informal porky, pudgy, tubby, blubbery, roly-poly; Brit. informal podgy, fubsy.
men of gross natures : BOORISH, coarse, vulgar, loutish, oafish, thuggish, brutish, philistine, uncouth, crass, common, unrefined, unsophisticated, uncultured, uncultivated; informal cloddish; Brit. informal yobbish.
(informal) the place smelled gross : DISGUSTING, repellent, repulsive, abhorrent, loathsome, foul, nasty, obnoxious, unpalatable, sickening, nauseating, stomach-churning; N. Amer. vomitous; informal yucky, icky, sick-making, gut-churning; archaic disgustful.
a gross distortion of the truth : FLAGRANT, blatant, glaring, obvious, overt, naked, barefaced, shameless, brazen, audacious, brass-necked, undisguised, unconcealed, patent, transparent, manifest, palpable; out-and-out, utter, complete.
their gross income : TOTAL, whole, entire, complete, full, overall, combined, aggregate; before deductions, before tax.
slender, refined, pleasant, net.
25B6; verb he grosses over a million dollars a month : EARN, make, bring in, take, get, receive, collect; informal rake in.
Concise Oxford thesaurus English vocabulary. Краткий оксфордский словарь английского языка тезаурус. 2012