- nounADJECTIVE▪ annual, yearly▪ expected, potential, projected▪
the company's expected annual revenue▪ general (esp. AmE), overall, total, worldwide▪ local (esp. AmE)▪ gross, net▪ additional, extra▪ increased▪ substantial▪ lost▪
Tax fraud costs the country millions in lost revenue.▪ federal, government, public, state, tax▪
the main sources of public revenue▪ advertising, export, oil, sales, tourism, touristVERB + REVENUE▪ depend on, need, rely on▪
These companies rely on advertising revenue for their funds.▪ earn, get, raise▪ collect▪
The central government collects the tax revenue.▪ spend, use▪ bring in, generate, produce, yield▪
The project will not generate any revenue until 2018.▪ boost, increase▪ maximize▪ reduce▪ loseREVENUE + VERB▪ be derived from sth, come from sth▪
Their government's revenues come mainly from direct taxes.▪ go up, grow, increase, rise▪ drop, fall, go downREVENUE + NOUN▪ stream▪
Licensing the technology has created a new revenue stream for the company.▪ sharePREPOSITION▪ revenue from▪
revenues from the sale of oilPHRASES▪ loss of revenue▪ a source of revenue▪
Tourism is the island's main source of revenue.
Collocations dictionary. 2013.