- /ˌkæpɪt(ə)l 'geɪnz/ plural nounmoney made by selling a fixed asset or by selling shares(NOTE: If the asset is sold for less than its purchase price, the result is a capital loss.)COMMENT: In the UK capital gains tax is payable on the sale of assets, in particular shares and properties, above a certain minimum level.
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