nett nett  /ˈnɛt/


  1. (v) catch with a net
  2. (adj) remaining after all deductions




  1. As anyone who saw Follies could guess, a Michael Ben nett dance takes the parade-ground drill of the Radio City Rockettes and raises it to a Platonic ideal.
  2. Bur nett has his 40th birthday and, having received his Betamax, wonders if that is all life has to offer.
  3. The downtrodden in Compton-Bur nett are the young people: lonely, badly dressed, capriciously mistreated.


  1. Kroger executive David Nett elected chair of 2014 Kentucky Derby Festival

    David Nett, customer communications manager for Kroger's Mid South Division, has been elected as chairman of the 2014 Kentucky Derby Festival.
    on June 15, 2013     Source: Louisville Courier-Journal

  2. David Nett to chair 2014 Ky. Derby Festival

    KDF elects David Nett as new Derby Festival Chairman.
    on June 14, 2013     Source: FOX 41 Louisville

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