An example of break-even used as an adjective is in the phrase "break-even mark," which means when income equals spending.
- (business, management) Alternative spelling of break-even.
- (nonstandard) Alternative spelling of break even.
- Verb forms such as "breakingeven", "breakseven", "brokeven"/"brokeeven", and "brokeneven" seem very rare in edited works. Much of the apparant usage consists of scanning or typographic errors.
- (business, management) The level of revenues sufficient to cover costs.
- We'll never reach break-even if our variable costs are higher than our selling price.
(third-person singular simple present breaks even, present participle breaking even, simple past broke even, past participle broken even)
- How many calories you should aim for depends on your body size and current metabolism, but let's say you normally take in about 2000 calories per day as a break-even point.
- Discuss pre-existing loans, liabilities, expected returns, projected sales and costs, break-even analysis, and pro-forma cash flow statements.
- I always think of cash-flow positive as nirvana, because if you are break-even or better, you control your own destiny.
- The company also offers a free, Break-Even Analysis for those considering refinancing.