Definition of bottom line
Examples of bottom line in a Sentence
If our flight is late, we will miss our connection. That's the bottom line.
A student with special needs can stress a school's budget, but the bottom line is that the state must provide for the child's education.
How will these changes affect our bottom line?
He's always got his eye on the bottom line.
He says his bottom line is $120,000.
Recent Examples of bottom line from the Web
Bill Murray sightings are fun, and fuel for the insatiable content machine, but the bottom line is Chicago is studded with regular people and there's absolutely nothing wrong with that.
The bottom line: If Mueller didn’t follow the law, a court would suppress the evidence so it couldn’t be used.
The bottom line is that there's huge uncertainty about bitcoin's longterm value.
The bottom line: The Panthers’ two losses to New Orleans really hurt their division and home field advantage hopes.
In this instance, a bottom line is how many property owners can be hurt, while a cottage industry of lawyers, including several well-known local politicians, get rich off the appeals process.
The label also has a partnership with the New Orleans Convention and Visitors Bureau (the city has since banned putting posters on telephone poles, which makes his life easier), and licensing fees help out the company’s bottom line.
That means store sales of items from candy to cosmetics contributes relatively little to the company’s bottom line.
Cardenas said Hurricane Irma could have double the impact on Darden’s bottom line during its second-quarter reporting period.
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BOTTOM-LINE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of bottom line for English Language Learners
the bottom line : the most important part of something : the most important thing to consider
: the final result or outcome
: a company's profits or losses
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