There are 3 main translations of net in Spanish

: net1net2NET3

net1

red, n.

Pronunciation /nɛt//nɛt/

noun

  • 1

    • 1.1(for fishing, protecting)

      red feminine
      the net was closing around the gang la red se iba cerrando en torno a la banda
      • And, looking at the paltry haul in their nets and at their discarded small fish, they know it is a way of life their sons will not share with them.
      • The day's take is hauled in, the fish caught in their nets like words ‘in any order’ caught in a sentence.
      • The materials used were bamboo, fish nets, garden nets, glue, canvas, rope washing line and spray paint.
      • I pictured fishermen in boats hauling in their nets as fast as they were able with their thoughts of the darkness enveloping them.
      • Some outfits feature fishing nets or papier mâché animals, while others sport massive wings or robotic parts.
      • But he struggled instinctively like an animal under a net, and this blind struggle threw him out into a field.
      • The market opens out into a harbour where people swarm everywhere, mending nets and building brightly coloured boats.
      • Once those animals rot the fishing net might float back up to the surface again and start ghost fishing once again.
      • The guides had the students assist with the gathering of the mud samples, water samples, and catching fish and other sea animals with a net.
      • It was considered bad luck to have a female at sea, just as it was bad luck for the men to haul the first net of fish ashore in my particular branch of the family.
      • A good fisherman weaves his own nets with twine and a needle made of whalebone.
      • Small craft set out before sunrise, often through rough surf, to lift the nets, remove captured animals and repair damage to the mesh.
      • Plenty of deep-sea animals other than giant squid have shown up in fishing nets without having been captured on film in their natural environment.
      • The fishermen stand and haul the net with fish hanging from it.
      • Although I've lived in the Selby area for most of my life, I've never seen crowds of fisherman hauling nets of clams, mussels and tuna from the murky waters of the River Ouse.
      • The wreckers hauling in salvage nets look like fishermen at first glance, but closer inspection reveals the traces of a shipwreck.
      • Fishermen haul in their nets as they prepare to head back out to sea from the harbor located in the city of Suao located along Taiwan's east coast.
      • It was using a big chunk of this material as a net.
      • Many of the animals die when they chase fish into nets and become tangled in the mesh.
      • He fished with a golden net drawn by cords woven of purple and scarlet threads.

    • 1.2hairnet

      redecilla feminine

  • 2

    • 2.1Sport
      (in tennis, volleyball)

      red feminine
      • If it got too hot inside, there was a volleyball net set up in a courtyard.
      • We were all in agreement and began to set up the volleyball net.
      • At the Baghdad correction center, about 200 delinquents share four dormitories built around a square courtyard cut by a volleyball net.
      • The collectors look like oversized volleyball nets.
      • Gone will be the trampolines, table tennis tables and badminton nets that occupy the main auditorium on weekday nights when there is no concert.
      • There were volleyball nets set up across the large room, and our teacher, Mr. Stetgon, quickly pulled us into four groups and assigned us to a court.
      • We had put up the volleyball net and played pool volleyball.
      • Once at the flashlight tag meeting spot, between two poles ground into the sand on the lake where a volleyball net should have hung, we picked teams.
      • Surely one of those volleyball nets at Jeanne-Mance Park could be lowered for the kickers out there.
      • Sure enough, come noon on the day of the event, there were volleyball nets set up at the base of the hill, with teams aplenty ready to play some ball.
      • A high-pitched voice yelled as a tiny blonde hit the volleyball over the net.
      • You could also try rigging up a net to play volleyball, a hoop for basketball or invite some of your children's friends round for a game of rounders.
      • For entertainment, we set up a volleyball net, put up a set of makeshift soccer goals, and had a wide variety of board games.
      • Our lead vehicle became stuck in a volleyball net.
      • But even here, on the Island, the makeshift homes of the country's dispossessed fill every space unoccupied by sunbeds and volleyball nets.
      • When her kids were growing up, Dale Kephart always had volleyball and badminton nets set up in the backyard.
      • Rachel hit the volleyball back over the net, and glanced up only to see Jade leaning against the post, a silver knife in her hand.
      • Finally, Mike, James, and Violet gave me a net for the volleyball.
      • Before they took it away I suggested putting up two basketball posts and nets with goal posts underneath them like most other areas have but my pleas have fallen on deaf ears.
      • He nodded and, with one last grin at her, jogged over to the volleyball net.

    • 2.2Sport
      (in soccer, hockey)

      red feminine
      he put the ball in the back of the net metió el balón en (el fondo de) la red informal
      • I feel we deserved to go in at half-time at least goal up, but we didn't find the net.
      • Another Kelly free extended the lead before Joe Higgins shot to the net for the game's only goal.
      • Following a run of six successive wins, Paul Simpson's men have taken just one point from their last two matches and failed to find the net in both games.
      • In a much better second half performance Oaks piled on the pressure and had the majority of the play but could not find the net.
      • This resulted in the ‘Goal of the Match’, their young forward beating three defenders before firing a perfect cross goal shot into the net.
      • They conceded four goals, but were unable to find the net.
      • However, they had to wait till late in the game to find the net.
      • Also, any powerplay unit can fall out of the habit of doing some basics, such as putting the puck on goal and crashing the net.
      • He proceeded to turn his man and find the net for a great goal to level up the scoring after twelve minutes.
      • Unable to find the net in either game, goals remain a problem.
      • In the second half BCA came more into the game, but could only find the net once.
      • The Soviet Union basketball team displayed tremendous nerve to find the net in the disputed last seconds of the 1972 Olympic final.
      • Football nets were used in goals for the first time, for a match in Bolton.
      • They have never failed to find the net at Boundary Park with Wadsworth in charge and have taken 14 points from a possible 18.
      • He's seen him picking footballs out of the net in Highfield Road with alarming frequency.
      • Storm's failure to find the net on a consistent basis is all the more surprising considering the proven track records of their offensive players.
      • Although she could not find the net in the match against Zambia, in which she came on as a a substitute in the second half, Nonoh says she is hungry for goals.
      • In their 48 fixtures so far, the Blues have failed to find the net on just five occasions.
      • He has the burst of pace of a scalded cat and the occasions in a summer when he sends the ball scudding low to the opposition net late in the game are a reliable index of his wellbeing.
      • Try as they might neither side could find the net and the game eventually went into the dreaded penalty shoot out.

  • 3

    (fabric)
    tela de visillos feminine
    voile masculine River Plate
    net stockings medias de malla feminine
    • Others may have swished into the hall wearing beaded evening dresses of chiffon and netting, while others may have been swathed in silk and satin with plump sleeves of net and lace.
    • Every surface was covered with satin, velvet, crinoline and net.
    • Selecting a modern look, Deepika has chosen mostly chiffons, gossamer net, silk and georgettes for her debut at LIFW.
    • The lower part of the window had been painted white and net curtains shielded the upper part.
    • I parted the light net curtains of my bed and sank down beside Lucy.
    • An eclectic mix of feminine flounce and frill, with models in georgettes, net and chiffons was the highlight.
    • Several pieces also feature attractive patterns, such as wide or fine vertical stripes, as well as net, square and doughnut designs.
    • The British Red Cross won the charity shop section with its festoon of red net, hearts and open book displaying information about Valentine's Day.
    • We had no net curtains then, the neighbours always looked in when she turned on the lights.
    • It tries to take us beyond the yellowing net curtains of their cramped tower-block flats, and into their living-rooms and bedrooms.
    • Cut the front stay from a firmly woven cotton blend for light control or from mediumweight, girdle-like power net fabric for firm control.
    • Layers of stiff net petticoats went under taffeta strapless dresses that made waists look tiny.
    • For the light source, use a sunlit window with a thin voile net to soften the brightness of the sun.
    • Another variation to try is to place a thin voile net over the window, or draw any transparent curtains.
    • Is this why you've been investing in some net curtains for your kitchen?
    • All I can say about the Skinners was that they had no net curtains and a pornographic oil-painting above the fire-place until the police made them stop.
    • It was only then that blue flashing lights were seen through the white net curtains of the lounge.
    • Pressing is used on tailored and lined suits, especially on men's, on wool, on silk and some rayon, on net, and on pile fabrics.
    • In the hotel room there are no venetian blinds, but the white net curtains belly and fold in the breeze of the open window.
    • Fabrics are given the technological touch with the use of rubberised velvet and wool, mirrored wool crepe, stretch net, organza and spider beaded georgette.
  • 4

    (network)
    red feminine
    • Linked with each other and supporting batteries via radio net, every observer could fire any or all available support batteries at once.
    • The contact report surged through the platoon internal radio net like a bolt of lightning.
    • It should support interaction between territorially dispersed segments of the local computer net of mobile formations.
    • Although it may be too technical for some, the book offers plenty of information for those looking to lock down their wireless nets.
    • Put the server on both nets: This option is a good one, since wireless and wired clients will each access the server via their respective pipes.
    • In the third period of the Great Patriotic War, the number of air army radio nets doubled by comparison with the first period.
    • Even then the skipper has to be alert for out-of-season storm warnings, currently broadcast on a ham radio net.
    • There are the nationwide nets: Concert FM on two frequencies; National Radio for Dunedin City and for Mosgiel.
    • Maybe H. Zuckerman, presumably a tough cop, was refusing to give her name so they could look up her vital statistics on various computer nets.
    • After someone gives the warning of an enemy in the area, the enemy's location and disposition is then broadcasted over the radio net.
    • The Guderian designed HF radio nets provided a level of command and control never before achieved on the battlefield.
    • Anyway, we managed on the same day to notify the local Coast Guard station, our insurance company and the French radio net.
    • As he descended, he called his fellow PJs over their tactical radio net to tell them he was OK.
    • As it is, some smaller nets are anticipating bandwidth charges considerably higher than they're prepared to deal with.
    • With those two pieces of data, an attacker can impersonate a legitimate device on that wireless net.
    • Although WEP is one of the most talked-about means of protection for a wireless net, it will not by itself make your network secure.
    • Approval even came over the radio net to shoot dogs to prevent them from being rigged with explosives.
    • After a few moments the snipers commence their commentary via the team's radio net - ensuring all callsigns have situational awareness.
    • Every time I turned the channel, it seemed like there was another story about the computer intern net.
    • And I guess the hardest question I ever asked anyone over a military radio net was the lieutenant, one of the wounded or killed?
    • We can say that we haven't covered foreign affairs and even the broadcast, the antenna nets don't do it very well either.
    • In Europe, prosecutors have brought cases against the alleged online attackers suspected of creating networks of compromised computers, known as bot nets.
    • And because the call was placed into a patch unit, it allowed us to link that net into other radio nets or telephone lines.
    • Security experts applauded the successful investigations but remained pragmatic about the impact the arrests will have on the increasing use of bot nets as a means to facilitate online crime.
    • Sean hit a small button on the screen in front of him, tying him in to the radio net.
    • The EMC checking software in Cadstar 4.5 first identifies critical nets then analyses whether those nets will cause problems once they have been routed.
    • The same could happen with the net - we'll have national nets with firewalls and exorbitant charges.
    • Unit formations, command vehicles, radio nets and unit morale have no effect on the game play.
    • Radio nets only extended down to company level in armoured units, so that company commanders had to communicate with their tanks by hand signal or motorcycle.
    • File swap nets will win, DRM and lawyers lose, say MS researchers
    • What types of radios and nets are we going to communicate with?
  • 5

    Computing
    the Net la Red

transitive verb

  • 1

    • 1.1(catch)

      (butterfly) (con red) cazar
      (fish) (con red) pescar
      he's netted himself a good job ha pescado un buen trabajo informal
      • I managed to calm down the old ticker and successfully netted the fish, a marvellous Rudd of one pound twelve ounces, nearly three times bigger than any that I had ever caught previously!
      • With the cod coming near the boat, walk backwards towards the cabin to allow the skipper to get right to the back of the stern of the boat and he'll net the fish.
      • Eventually I netted the fish which was a nice fully finned rainbow of about five pounds.
      • Near such centres of population the fish are netted for local consumption, so the remaining fish are fewer and smaller.
      • This was accomplished by photographing and netting both species as they foraged at the Palmer agave flowers.
      • We netted the chicks using a large landing net, placed them in a holding container, and transported them to shore.
      • I netted a beast, all 11 lb 10 oz of it, from the York water at Beningbrough Park last Friday.
      • As I netted this second salmon, I realised that it was again over twenty pounds.
      • Trapping or netting the fish can be dated back to the 12 th century, and though it was clear that over-fishing could lead to a decline in stocks, no one really knew why numbers went up or down.
      • The latest catch was a large mature male crab netted by Bridlington fisherman Andrew Sanderson last week.
      • As we were quite high up from the water we used a landing net with a twelve foot long telescopic handle so that we could safely net any fish that we caught.
      • After a nice fight the fish was netted, carefully weighed at 1lb 4oz, quickly photographed and returned.
      • It is not easy in the dark but I prefer to net weeded fish myself so I have control of when to lift, then if it all goes wrong I can only blame myself.
      • They show in the puffy, jowly contours of his face and the seen-it-all weariness in the eyes but those eyes still light up at the prospect of pulling off an art heist that will net him millions.
      • They might catch the fish or net the bird but not consume it.
      • Only butterflies, grasshoppers, mosquitoes and flies are netted there.
      • I grabbed the net moved downstream hoping to net the fish before it reached the snaggy zone and was in luck, quickly netting the fish.
      • West hasn't netted a whale or dolphin since he spent $1,700 outfitting his mile-long net with 41 of the alarms.
      • A few minutes later I netted his fish for him, and he was right, we needed the big net and the camera, he had landed a common of fifteen pounds and fourteen ounces!
      • After a good scrap, a short but extremely fat fish was netted.
      • In May this year he returned with colleagues to the sanctuary, where they were able to net two specimens.

    • 1.2(spread net in)

      (river) tender las redes en
      • In the past I have reported about the illegal netting of lakes and rivers across Ireland.
      • If you see any one netting the river or killing Pike over 3 kilo then report it.
      • How often I heard the stories of the poachers, pronounced poochers, who netted the river for salmon to the disgust of the rod-men and the local boatmen.

    • 1.3(protect with net)

      (fruit bushes) proteger con redes

  • 2

    • Whilst they are hardly prolific scorers netting only six goals, their defence has done well in only conceding eight goals the least number of goals conceded, a sorry sight when your team cannot find goals.
    • Widely reviled bad boy Craig Bellamy nets both goals thanks to some generosity from Crystal Palace goalkeeper Gabor Kiraly.
    • When the opportunity arose in the 27th minute Andre Emmanuel pounced on a loose ball and netted the first goal.
    • The home side had a lot of possession but rarely threatened the visitors in the final third and slumped to a defeat as the Liverpudlians netted a goal in each half.
    • But the 26-year-old Spartak Moscow midfielder deserved his stroke of luck as he netted his fifth international goal.
    • Earlier in the day, Naboye hammered Mungwi 3-0 with Ackim Tembo netting his fourth goal making him the tournament's top scorer.
    • Gilbert Mushangazhike, the visitors' leading goal scorer, netted twice in the first half, but missed a penalty in the second half.
    • The Blackburn fans were jubilant but to general surprise Wanderers came away to net the ball twice in as many minutes.
    • Gerry netted three goals during the tournament and his impressive form certainly caught the attention of the host nation and a year later he was on his way back to Spain to join Real Mallorca.
    • Fowler may have only netted six goals this season, but he has a handful of assists to his mane as well, and has also curbed his aggression, only picking up a single yellow card.
    • Andy Beckwith scored a hat-trick for Wyke, while Mohammed Jahangir netted his first goal for Heaton.
    • Simon Parke netted his sixth goal in six games in the win over Blyth Spartans and Mark Stuart grabbed his eighth of the season.
    • The Dutch international has netted a club-record 22 goals in 23 Champions League appearances for United.
    • Farrelly played a leading role when Bolton were promoted to the Premiership in 2001, netting the first goal in their play-off final win over Preston.
    • Midway through the second half, former Bantams skipper Lee Duxbury netted his first goal for the Throstle Nest outfit, again from a Stamer assist.
    • Witness reports also claimed that on-loan Charlton teenager Randolph later incited City fans by signalling the score after Accrington had netted their second goal.
    • Shanahan already has scored 20 goals after netting only 31 goals and 58 points last season.
    • McCourt rounded three defenders before firing home and then went on another mazy run that ended with fellow substitute Townson netting his 17th goal of the season.
    • Ryan Robinson netted a consolation goal for the Huddersfield side from the penalty spot but it was too late to prevent Crag from taking all three points.
    • Aiming for the fourth title of the season the local favourite netted a goal in each session, outplaying its bemused opponent.
    • 2.1Sport

      (ball) (in football, hockey) meter en la red
      (ball) (in basketball) encestar
      (ball) (in tennis, volleyball) enviar contra la red
      (ball) (in tennis, volleyball) lanzar contra la red

    • 2.2Sport

      (goal) marcar


There are 3 main translations of net in Spanish

: net1net2NET3

net2

neto, adj.

Pronunciation /nɛt//nɛt/

adjective

  • 1

    Business Finance
    (cost/weight/income/profit) neto
    interest is paid net of tax el interés se paga después de haber deducido los impuestos
    • Once all the deductions have been made, the net amount is called your taxable estate.
    • The major difference between regular income tax and the AMT system is the specifics used in calculating the net amount of taxable income.
    • It has a 100 per cent capital protection of the net amount invested for a period of six years.
    • Calculation of net mass gain requires assumptions about the nature, degree, and uniformity of overnight mass loss.
    • They are only worried about whether he thought the tax had been paid and whether the amount he received was a net amount.
    • After stacking, each palette contains 40 sacks in 8 layers into a net weight of one ton.
    • The outer leaves were trimmed and then they were reweighed to obtain net weight, which was a lettuce ready for packing for sale.
    • And it's a big boost to the bottomline with net value addition per person being 10-15 times the amount it is for BPOs.
    • Homeowners will see their residences' net value grow instead of cashing out some equity when refinancing.
    • Under the experimental conditions, the increase in ELF volume is greater than the apparent net weight gain of the lung.
    • The South African Act provides for a further abatement of R 1,5 million, to be deducted from the net value of the estate.
    • The net weight loss at the end of two years was modest: 3.5 kg in the intervention group and 0.8 kg in the control group.
    • The maximum added weight of approximately 3 percent solution before processing is included in the net weight on the label.
    • For example, the net balance, which represents the net amount owed, shifts back and forth between parties as goods and services are exchanged.
    • The net amount that will be spent is estimated at about R5,8bn this year.
    • The goods sold under the terms of this licence will be sold by reference to number or by net weight.
    • The owner's orange plastic tag, containing catch site and net weight, is clearly displayed, by law, on top.
    • Where 15% UK tax was deducted, the net amount received is liable to Irish tax.
    • Non-French tax residents are subject to wealth tax only if the net value of their French-sourced assets are worth more than €720,000.
    • However, the company's net worth is still valued at well over €17 million.
    • By terminating the contracts at market prices, a net amount might well be payable to the debtor, rather than to the other party.
    • Reduce this by the costs and you will find the net value, while it can maintain some livelihoods, will not impact much on our GDP.
    • The enhanced net weight is partly created by the lack of fungal disease in the plants, since less fungal disease means that the plants need less trimming.
    • The net weight gain over the retired Range Rover is approximately 500 pounds.
    • Canary Wharf said its net value per share increased from £5.18 to £6.78 in the year to June.
    • Under the Bill consumers must only be charged on a net weight basis - that is, without any packaging included in the stated weight or price.
    • May I suggest contributions per net earnings or even contributions per employee?
    • To estimate the net mass of the meal, we added the values of expected mass loss before the meal was delivered to the observed mass gain.
    • Open interest is the net value of all open positions in one market or contract and portrays the depth of volume that is possible in that market.
    • The false floor of the box was equipped with a preweighed paper towel so that defecation mass could be svibtracted from preflight mass to obtain net flight mass.
    • With netting, gross obligations are discharged by the transfer of the net amount of value due from each obligor.
    • The net mass stayed the same, of course, the orbit didn't alter, of course we didn't notice.
    • Additionally, tags will have the manufacturer's name and address, as well as the guarantee on the net weight of the feed contained in the bag.
    • You simply put in any adjustments such as overtime or commission, then push a couple of buttons, and a payslip with the correct net amount is produced.
    • Company B would record the net amount retained (the 5 percent service fee) as revenue.
  • 2

    (overall, final)
    (effect/result) global
    • The net result is an effective form of currency control as part of Patriot Act II.
    • The process of restoration proved to be difficult and somewhat complicated but the net result is a remarkable restoration of the banner to its former glory.
    • Overall, I think the net effect is a positive one.
    • The net effect of these factors is the accumulation of a large foreign debt by the Middle Eastern countries.
    • ‘The net result of all of these factors is that blanket manufacturing in South Africa is uncompetitive,’ he said.
    • But these numbers for job increase do not take into account job losses, and so do not give the net effect.
    • The net effect of the first three design factors is generally to depress computed Hispanic relative incarceration rates.
    • They are the net result of several factors of various signs and amplitudes discussed in Nadelhoffer and Fry and Hogberg.
    • These were net effects not attributable to common factors underlying parental monitoring and runaway risk.
    • So, the net effect of keeping exit-poll results off the air for hours is to make election coverage less accurate on average, not more so.
    • The net effect of this political arrangement has been the close dependence of the economic interests of the citizens upon those of the state.
    • Analysis of chimeras showed that the net effect of these factors is intrinsic to the liver and may be cell autonomous.
    • These improvements might be the net effect of two factors: starting treatment at earlier stages of disease, or better treatment for a given stage.
    • When inflation was taken into account, he said, the net effect would be less council services for customers.
    • The net effect is to restore my overall elan and joie-de-vivre, two quantities which are sorely waning at times like these.
    • The net result of all these factors is discomfort.
    • The net effect is difficult to estimate, read more here.
    • This provision will actually have the net effect of making employees sicker.
    • Notice that three of those factors all have the net effect of lowering the density of the air.
    • If the profit of one division increases with a corresponding decrease to another division the net overall effect is the same for the single entity and hence, the shareholders.

transitive verb

  • 1

    (earn)
    (sale/company) producir
    he netted $50,000 se embolsó 50.000 dólares limpios informal
    • Comper just netted a $6 million profit selling a whack of stock options but he's still sitting on almost two million of them.
    • Council chiefs have confirmed the 105-year-old club has approached them to discuss the potential relocation that would net them millions of pounds.
    • He also netted pension contributions and other perks of €68,000.
    • It is not known whether the Irishmen would sell at 300p, though this would net them a profit of 125 million on their investment.
    • Part of the site of the Battle of the Boyne near Drogheda has been bought by the government for £7.75 million, netting a £5 million profit for its owners.
    • Another example is if a bank, after netting payments due to other banks against those due to itself, still owes the other banks.
    • He predicted that the project, which upgrades the jets' avionics, could net huge profits for Aerospace Industrial, provided the aircraft can be sold.
    • Corporations and private schools sell their facilities to the public, just as corporations have peddled tests that have netted them millions of dollars.
    • These qualities paid off in April 2000 when O'Brien sold his stake in Esat Telecom to BT, netting himself £175 million.
    • In 1861, the two women had staged a fundraiser that netted the paltry sum of $675.
    • Komarnitski earned third place in the annual Ranan Lurie Political Cartoon Award, netting him prize money of $3000.
    • Income tax receipts also include money netted by the Revenue Commissioners from its special investigations into tax evasion.
    • Georgine also profited in a separate Ullico stock deal that netted him $6 million.
    • Each one you pick up nets you some money, but there is a much better reason to collect them.
    • It is not yet known how much funds were netted on the night, but they Aontas Ogra would like to thank sincerely all who sponsored the members.
    • He then sold the home in Uniondale for $240,000, netting a $24,000 profit.
    • He'd then sell it in a few years and net a cool million for himself.
    • The CA president netted the sum less than a fortnight after the US software company issued a profit warning which sent its share price plummeting.
    • The flotation will also net millions for Mr Pratt, chairman Tony O'Brien and other members of the management team who are selling part of their stake.
    • Three men who masterminded a sophisticated credit card fraud which could have netted them millions were yesterday locked up for a total of 16 years.
    • VIS says the deal struck for State of Emergency film rights with New Line Cinema could net them ‘several million pounds’.
    • Working at the local pizza place didn't net him much money so he had to compensate with long hours.
    • In recent years, food service, some maintenance and school bus service jobs have been outsourced, netting millions in profits for the giant Aramak and Service Master corporations.
    • Several radio stations have changed hands in recent years, netting tens of millions for their shareholders but nothing for the Government.
    • His huge stake in Coca-Cola netted him an 800% return.
    • Judge Heppel said the defendants were greedy and dishonest, and had netted millions of pounds during the fraud, committed between 1993 and 1996.
    • Projects under Geisinger's infrastructure renewal plan have netted an energy savings of $2.2 million annually.
    • They sold a five-storey house in central London overlooking St James's Park for £5.7m in 2004, netting them £3.7m profit.
    • The University of Bradford has netted millions of pounds' extra cash to recruit more students on new ‘vocational’ degree courses.
    • Last year's salary and bonus netted him $12.6 million, and he cashed stock options worth $115 million.
    • A string of visits by Endeavour to Whitby netted millions of pounds for the tourist trade.
    • A starting Lufthansa pilot now nets a base salary of about $50,000 a year, while a veteran can earn up to $140,000.
    • The pair, who would net tens of millions profit from the sale of their stake at 300p a share, have not yet said whether they would accept an offer.
    • Winning each event nets you prize money or, if you do extremely well, new cars that come as ‘special prizes.’

There are 3 main translations of net in Spanish

: net1net2NET3

NET3

noun

  • 1

    (in US)

    National Educational Television