break-even point

N-SING
When a company reaches break-even point, the money it makes from the sale of goods or services is just enough to cover the cost of supplying those goods or services, but not enough to make a profit. [BUSINESS]

`Terminator 2' finally made $200 million, which was considered to be the break-even point for the picture.


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