The factory lost revenue because of the strike by the workers.
The firm is looking for another source of revenue.
Government officials have reported a decrease in revenue.
state and federal tax revenues
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Middle English, return, revenue, from Anglo-French, from revenir to return, from Latin revenire, from re- + venire to come — more at come