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gross-out

1. modifier Eliciting a strong feeling of disgust or revulsion, usually intentionally. With its paper-thin plot and gross-out humor, this movie will only appeal to the most juvenile of audiences.
2. noun Some thing, event, or situation that elicits a strong feeling of disgust or revulsion, whether intentionally or not. That new horror movie isn't even scary, it's just trying to be a big gross-out. There's a piece of meat in the fridge that's completely rotten. What a gross-out!

gross out

To disgust or repulse (someone). A noun or pronoun can be used between "gross" and "out." I could never be a nurse—blood just grosses me out too much. I was really grossed out by that movie. The gore was so disgusting.
See also: gross, out

by the gross

In large quantities. Although this definition is broad, a "gross," when used as a unit of measure, equals 12 dozen. We definitely have more paper towels somewhere in the house—my mom practically buys them by the gross.
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so gross

(That is) very disgusting, nauseating, or repellant. A: "I stepped in dog poo while I was out for my walk." B: "So gross! People who don't pick up after their dogs should be put in jail!" Your room is so gross. Do you ever clean?
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gross someone out

to disgust someone. Those horrible pictures just gross me out. Jim's story totally grossed out Sally.
See also: gross, out

so gross

Sl. How disgusting! He put chocolate syrup on his pie! So gross! He's barfing! So gross!
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gross one out

Disgust or revolt one, as in Chewing gum in church grosses me out, or His explicit language grossed her out. [Slang; mid-1900s]
See also: gross, one, out

by the gross

in large numbers or amounts.
A gross was formerly widely used as a unit of quantity equal to twelve dozen; the word comes from the French gross douzaine , which literally means ‘large dozen’.
See also: by, gross

gross out

v. Slang
To fill someone with disgust; nauseate someone: The pizza they serve at school grosses me out. The gory pictures grossed out our friends.
See also: gross, out

gross

(gros)
mod. crude; vulgar; disgusting. (Slang only when overused.) What a gross thing to even suggest.

gross someone out

tv. to disgust someone. Jim’s story totally grossed out Sally.
See also: gross, out, someone

gross-out

1. n. something disgusting. That horror movie was a real gross-out.
2. mod. disgusting; gross. What a gross-out day this has been!

So gross!

exclam. How disgusting! (California.) He put chocolate syrup on his pie! So gross!
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When writing the CAT, Ohio law-makers made sure that it was broad-based and somewhat vague, subjecting many businesses to the tax and also capturing many gross receipts.
The temporary and proposed regulations make it clear that gross receipts derived from computer software exclude receipts from customer and technical support; telephone and other telecommunications services; online services, including Internet access services, online banking services, and access to online publications; and other similar services.
"We are so fortunate to have had a man like Wayne Gross on the TAPPI staff for the past 30 years" remarked TAPPI Chairman Willis J.
Lantos encouraged Gross with a theory: "Canadians have a keen interest in having fun with themselves on screen.
(1.) Deflator is the gross domestic purchases price index.
Veterans; Saulat Said (Gymkhana) 3rd gross; Brig Iftikhar Ahmed (Garrison) 2nd gross; Col Shahid Mehboob (DHA Karachi) 1st gross; Javed Hameed (Gymkhana ) 3rd net; Iqbal Saigol (Gymkhana) 2nd net; Ejaz Malik (Gymkhana) 1st net;
Total gross payments (which include fees for agents and expert witnesses, disbursements and travel costs) in 2017/18 were $158.318 million.
This golf tournament is competing for the Rolling Cup of General Chairman of PGI Central Java for the Best Gross Overall category and the Borobudur Golf Trophy for the Best Nett Overall category.
On a GAAP basis, total gross margin and product gross margin were 62.3% and 61.0%, respectively.
Amateur Category Handi Cap 6 and Below: Mr Zubair Hussain (PAF, -3, Winner Net); Tariq Mehmood (MGGC, +1, Runner up Net); Mohammad Sharif (WWGC, +9, Winner Gross); Ghazanfar Mehmood (BTG, +12, Runner up Gross).
The medal winner was Ali Musbah with a gross score of 71- Ali Mohammad Kowari lost on count back.
Oliver Gan fired a gross 65 to capture the overall crown while Bayani Tan ruled Group I and Perry Pe topped Group II in the 14th President's Cup at Wack Wack Golf and Country Club in Mandaluyong City recently.