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To earn a particular amount of money

generate

verb

to make money

get

verb

to earn or receive an amount of money

get back

if you get your money back, the money that you paid for something is given back to you

gross

verb

to earn a particular amount of money before taxes or costs have been taken out

net

verb

to earn a particular amount of money after taxes or other costs have been removed

realize

verb

to obtain an amount of money by selling something

get together

to obtain an amount of money that you need

make

verb

to earn or get money

turn over

to make a particular amount of money in a particular time

draw

verb

to receive an amount of money regularly

dark pool

a method of financial trading in which share prices are hidden and not openly available to the public

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