Bread as food refers to a staple food made from a mixture of flour, water, yeast, and other ingredients, which is baked into a loaf. Bread can come in many different varieties, including white, whole wheat, and sourdough, among others.

In an industrial context, "Bread" is a slang term used to describe money or profits. It is often used as a synonym for "cash".


  1. "Our company has been making a lot of bread lately, which is great news for shareholders."

  2. "The new product line is expected to bring in a lot of bread for the company in the coming quarter."

  3. "The CEO says that the company's goal is to increase their bread by expanding into new markets."

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