proceeds

Incomes vs Proceeds - What's the difference?

incomes | proceeds |


As nouns the difference between incomes and proceeds

is that incomes is while proceeds is revenue; gross revenue.

As a verb proceeds is

(proceed).

Proceeds vs Coordinator - What's the difference?

proceeds | coordinator |


As nouns the difference between proceeds and coordinator

is that proceeds is revenue; gross revenue while coordinator is .

As a verb proceeds

is (proceed).

Proceeds vs Procede - What's the difference?

proceeds | procede |


As verbs the difference between proceeds and procede

is that proceeds is (proceed) while procede is .

As a noun proceeds

is revenue; gross revenue.

Proceeds vs Money - What's the difference?

proceeds | money | Synonyms |

Proceeds is a synonym of money.


As nouns the difference between proceeds and money

is that proceeds is revenue; gross revenue while money is a legally or socially binding conceptual contract of entitlement to wealth, void of intrinsic value, payable for all debts and taxes, and regulated in supply.

As a verb proceeds

is (proceed).

Funds vs Proceeds - What's the difference?

funds | proceeds |


As nouns the difference between funds and proceeds

is that funds is while proceeds is revenue; gross revenue.

As a verb proceeds is

(proceed).

Proceeds vs Incoming - What's the difference?

proceeds | incoming |


As nouns the difference between proceeds and incoming

is that proceeds is revenue; gross revenue while incoming is the act of coming in; arrival.

As a verb proceeds

is (proceed).

As an adjective incoming is

coming (or about to come) in.

As an interjection incoming is

(military) a warning that something is coming towards you; especially enemy artillery fire.

Surplus vs Proceeds - What's the difference?

surplus | proceeds |


As nouns the difference between surplus and proceeds

is that surplus is that which remains when use or need is satisfied, or when a limit is reached; excess; overplus while proceeds is revenue; gross revenue.

As an adjective surplus

is being or constituting a surplus; more than sufficient; as, surplus revenues; surplus population; surplus words.

As a verb proceeds is

(proceed).

Proceeds vs Proceeds - What's the difference?

proceeds | proceeds |


In en-third-person singular of|proceed terms the difference between proceeds and proceeds

is that proceeds is (proceed) while proceeds is (proceed).

As nouns the difference between proceeds and proceeds

is that proceeds is revenue; gross revenue while proceeds is revenue; gross revenue.

As verbs the difference between proceeds and proceeds

is that proceeds is (proceed) while proceeds is (proceed).

Proceeds vs Salary - What's the difference?

proceeds | salary | Related terms |

Proceeds is a related term of salary.


As nouns the difference between proceeds and salary

is that proceeds is revenue; gross revenue while salary is a fixed amount of money paid to a worker, usually measured on a monthly or annual basis, not hourly, as wages implies a degree of professionalism and/or autonomy.

As verbs the difference between proceeds and salary

is that proceeds is (proceed) while salary is to pay on the basis of a period of a week or longer, especially to convert from another form of compensation.

As an adjective salary is

(obsolete) saline.

Proceeds vs Outgrowth - What's the difference?

proceeds | outgrowth | Related terms |

Proceeds is a related term of outgrowth.


As nouns the difference between proceeds and outgrowth

is that proceeds is revenue; gross revenue while outgrowth is anything that grows out of something else.

As a verb proceeds

is (proceed).

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