Từ điển trực tuyến - Online Dictionary

English - Vietnamese Dictionary
proceeds /proceeds/
  • danh từ
    • số thu nhập; tiền lời, lãi
Concise Dictionary
+the income or profit arising from such transactions as the sale of land or other property
+continue talking
+move ahead; travel onward in time or space
+follow a procedure or take a course
+follow a certain course
+continue a certain state, condition, or activity

Thesaurus Dictionary
1 Sometimes, proceed with. go or move (on or ahead or forward), advance, continue, progress, carry on, get or move along, get going or moving or under way, start, pass on, make progress or headway, push or press on or onward(s), forge ahead; resume, renew, go on with, pick up (where one left off):
Proceed to the T-junction, then turn left. If the membership committee has finished, let us proceed to the report of the finance committee. After the break, the performance will proceed
2 Often, proceed from or out of. result from, arise (from), come (from), stem from, spring from, develop (from), issue (from or forth), derive from, be derived (from), descend from, emerge (from), grow (from or out of), originate (in or from or with), begin (with), start (with or from):
The outcropping proceeds from glaciation and erosion. They say that more than half of a person's happiness proceeds from hope.
3 proceeds. profit(s), gain, yield; income, receipts, return(s), gate, box office, US take:
The proceeds from the charity auction were better than ever this year.
1 measure, act, (course of) action, move, step, undertaking, deed, procedure, process, operation, transaction, manoeuvre, feat, accomplishment:
Grace Darling's rescue of the shipwrecked men was truly a heroic proceeding
2 proceedings.
(a) transactions, report(s), minutes, record(s), annals, affairs, dealings, business, account(s), archives, Formal acta:
The proceedings of the Society are published annually.
(b) events, goings-on, doings; celebration(s); performance(s):
The proceedings were briefly interrupted while the hecklers were ejected from the hall.
Advanced English Dictionary
+ noun
[pl.] ~ (of / from sth) the money that you receive when you sell sth or organize a performance, etc.; profits: She sold her car and bought a piano with the proceeds. + The proceeds of the concert will go to charity.
Collocation Dictionary


total | gross | net | sale


The proceeds will be used to improve the school playground.
| donate


go to sth
All the proceeds will go to the local pensioners' club.


on the ~
I sold my car and I'm planning a long holiday on the proceeds.
| with the ~
They bought a new minibus with the proceeds from the auction.
| ~ from


your share of the proceeds
She bought a small flat with her share of the proceeds.

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