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
Regardless, the bottom line is that getting a fully driverless car is not the end of the driverless technology race.
Further fraying the bottom line, Tesla has been forced to cut prices and boost incentives to keep sales going for its premium products, the Models S and X. The Model X, in particular, remains a sore spot for Tesla.
Yet the bottom line is that UW finished with 295 rushing yards and 494 total yards, converted 64.3% of its third-down chances (9 of 14) and held the ball for 39:18 and scored only 17 points.
The bottom line, Burke said, is that the public is placed at risk.
On top of Irma’s impact, lawmakers haven’t begun to consider how Hurricane Maria, which could send an exodus of people fleeing Puerto Rico to Florida, will affect the bottom line.
Missed connections mean overnight hotels, and costly rebooking on other flights, so this is a no-brainer to increase passenger satisfaction while saving airline bottom lines.
The regulation rollback is good for coal’s bottom line, yet instead of using the savings to hire more workers, companies have poured the extra revenue into executive pay and bonuses.
The law governing Native health care doesn't delineate a bottom line of services that must be funded.
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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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