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Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English Word definitions in Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
noun COLLOCATIONS FROM OTHER ENTRIES export earnings/revenue (= the money a company or country makes from exports ) ▪ Oil and gas provide 40% of Norway’s export earnings. generate revenue/profits/income etc ▪ Tourism generates income for local communities....

The Collaborative International Dictionary Word definitions in The Collaborative International Dictionary
Revenue \Rev"e*nue\, n. [F. revenu, OF. revenue, fr. revenir to return, L. revenire; pref. re- re- + venire to come. See Come .] That which returns, or comes back, from an investment; the annual rents, profits, interest, or issues of any species of property,...

Wiktionary Word definitions in Wiktionary
n. 1 The income returned by an investment. 2 The total income received from a given source. 3 All income generated for some political entity's treasury by taxation and other means. 4 (context accounting English) The total sales; turnover. 5 (context accounting...

Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary Word definitions in Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary
early 15c., "income from property or possessions," from Middle French revenue , in Old French, "a return," noun use of fem. past participle of revenir "come back" (10c.), from Latin revenire "return, come back," from re- "back" (see re- ) + venire "come"...

WordNet Word definitions in WordNet
n. the entire amount of income before any deductions are made [syn: gross , receipts ] government income due to taxation [syn: tax income , taxation , tax revenue ]

Wikipedia Word definitions in Wikipedia
In accounting , revenue is the income that a business has from its normal business activities, usually from the sale of goods and services to customers. Revenue is also referred to as sales or turnover . Some companies receive revenue from interest, royalties,...

Usage examples of revenue.

He publicly chastised the cardinals for absenteeism, luxury, and lascivious life, forbade them to hold or sell plural benefices, prohibited their acceptance of pensions, gifts of money, and other favors from secular sources, ordered the papal treasurer not to pay them their customary half of the revenue from benefices but to use it for the restoration of churches in Rome.

Finally, after having remarked that times of tranquillity were the proper seasons for lessening the national debt, and strengthening the kingdom against future events, he recommended to the commons the improvement of the public revenue, the maintenance of a considerable naval force, the advancement of commerce, and the cultivation of the arts of peace.

Cuthan, Earl of Bryn, for Taras and Bru Mardan, and all their thanes, swear to defend the rights of him holding Hen Amas, to march to war under his command, to gather levies and revenues, to acknowledge him lord and sovereign over its claims and courts and to abide by his judgments in all disputes.

Fines, amerciaments, and oblatas, as they were called, were another considerable branch of the royal power and revenue.

As for the Nobility, they had been as preoccupied with a violent and ghastly spectacle of a different character: down in Westminster, the Whigs had suddenly begun to ask pointed questions as to what had become of certain Asiento revenues.

The revenues had risen to fifty thousand dollars, so that the Basha had twenty thousand to the good.

The farm was in profit, the rents from the village brought in sufficient revenue to see to repairs, and his inheritance from the Basher had left him a wealthy man.

The level of the offence of official bribery has gradually descended, until it has become an extremely rare thing for the humbler officers connected with the revenue to be charged with it.

He had a very scanty revenue, and was able to live more cheaply at Bologna than Novara, where everything is dear.

Now, coper skippers have the same hatred for mission ships that they have for revenue cutters, for the former, by selling tobacco at low prices, keep the North Sea fishermen away from the copers, and so have spoiled their traffic in intoxicant drinks.

Fred declared, as he recognised the officer of the revenue cutter, who had captured the coper in which his brother and Ping Wang were unwilling passengers.

Both copier technologies required special paper and supplies, creating an aftermarket revenue stream for vendors.

As the rapid rate of growth of copier revenues began to slow at the end of the 1960s, McColough knew that Xerox would need to expand its business into new areas to maintain its historic rate of growth.

Although the marquis was somewhat inclined to be jealous, he could not possibly object to his wife enjoying a revenue of eighteen hundred francs a month, and that without the least scandal, for everything was done in public, and the game was honestly conducted.

When the Shogun was reduced in 1868 to the rank of a simple Daimio, his revenue of eight million kokus reverted to the Government, with the exception of seven hundred thousand kokus.