rev·e·nue /ˈrɛvəˌnu:, Brit ˈrɛvəˌnju:/ noun plural rev·e·nues
finance 1 :
money that is made by or paid to a business or an organization [noncount
] ▪ The factory lost revenue because of the strike by the workers. ▪ The company receives millions of dollars in advertising revenue. [=money paid by advertisers] ▪ The firm is looking for another source of revenue.
] ▪ advertising and sales revenues
money that is collected for public use by a government through taxes [noncount
] ▪ Government officials have reported a decrease in revenue.
] ▪ state and federal tax revenues
— see also inland revenue, internal revenue service