Crossword clues for takings
Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
n. 1 The cash or money received (taken) by a shop or other business; receipts. 2 (plural of taking English)Category:English plurals
Usage examples of "takings".
Generally a friendly atmosphere reigned, and the day of the final takings era directly cheers.
I talk about to that surely you will have to make several takings with Rachel and Austin before Emily makes his entrance in scene.
They said that takings were rich on the Queen, that there was nothing here to threaten them, and that their kin were colonizing the Royal Dorsum everywhere.
And when he checked the takings at the end of the day, although we were two shillings and fivepence light from a usual Saturday, he still handed over the sixpenny piece he always gave me at the end of the week.
At any other time or place, the takings would have been accounted a pathetically paltry treasure.
If that happens, the mortgage will have to be paid from takings at the arts lab.
He said that this horse of yours was likely to win the National, and if Sherman had had any sense he would have come back for that race and then stolen the National day takings, which would have been a better haul all round.
There was bustle in the officials' room and a lot of grins and assurances that the takings this day were safe in the safe.
Which is no doubt why,' he grinned, 'Lars is Chairman and you are the chief investigator, and I am only a security officer who lets the racecourse takings be stolen from under his nose.
All the same, he had shut his bag over its swollen takings and left his pitch for the day and gone home, explaining to his colleagues that he didn't feel well.
The takings reached the sum of eight louis, which was as good business as M.