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 0,000.
Recent Examples of bottom line from the Web
The bottom line is that below the favorite, there is no clear second tier of horses likely to challenge.
The bottom line is that Japanese officials are concerned that Tokyo will be asked to help pay for a deal that undermines Japan’s own interests.
But the bottom line is the defense didn’t totally stifle Tannehill, who has missed the last 20 games, including the wildcard, due to a left knee injury.
The bottom line is that these are among the most prescribed tests.
The bottom line is that Colon was no match for the Angels.
The bottom line is both sides are just too far apart.
Look the bottom line is Donald Trump won this election through his sheer hard work.
Some plotted together to collectively do their work at a slower pace, impeding the production of the plantation’s goods and thus affecting their masters’ bottom lines.
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bottom line Synonyms
sum and substance, the long and short (or the long and the short);
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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