Übersetzung von “cost” — Englisch–Französisch Wörterbuch

cost

nouncost /kɔst, kɒst/
countable-uncountable the amount of money needed for sth
coût masculine , prix masculine

The cost of housing has risen by 10%.
Le coût de l'immobilier a augmenté de 10%.

services provided at a cost of $800
des services fournis pour un coût de 800 $

the costs involved in running a business
les coûts qu'impliquent la marche d'une entreprise

the high cost of health care
le coût élevé des soins de santé
cover the cost of
provide payment for
couvrir le coût/ / les frais de

insurance that covers the cost of long hospital stays
une assurance qui couvre les frais des séjours longs à l'hôpital
countable-uncountable the effort, suffering, or loss that doing sth involves
prix masculine

the cost of freedom
le prix de la liberté

The war continues at a cost of 1200 lives.
La guerre se poursuit au prix de 1 200 vies.
at all costs/at any cost
even if sth extremely difficult, bad, dangerous, etc. must be done
à tout prix

Avoid the busy highways at all costs.
Evitez les autoroutes encombrées à tout prix.

athletes who are determined to win at any cost
des athlètes qui sont déterminés à gagner à tout prix
costs
legal expenses
dépens masculine plural

He was ordered to pay costs.
Il a été condamné aux dépens.
; see also cost of living

cost

verb transitivecost /kɔst, kɒst/ ( pt pp cost )
(of an object or activity) to have a particular price
coûter

flowers that cost $10 a bunch
des fleurs qui coûtent 10 $ le bouquet

How much will it cost me to take the train?
Comment cela va t-il me coûter de prendre le train ?
cost a fortune
to be very expensive
coûter une fortune
to require sb to give up sth important
coûter

His decision almost cost him his life.
Sa décision lui a presque coûté la vie.

behavior that cost her her job
comportement qui lui a coûté son emploi
( pt pp costed ) to calculate the price of sth
calculer le coût/prix de

a fully costed design proposal
une proposition de design au coût entièrement calculé

(Übersetzung von “cost” aus dem GLOBAL English-French Dictionary © 2014 K Dictionaries Ltd)

cost

verb /kost/ (past tense past participle cost)

to be obtainable at a certain price

coûter
This jacket costs 75 dollars
The victory cost two thousand lives.

(past tense, past participle costed) to estimate the cost of (a future project)

évaluer le coût de
The caterer costed the reception at three hundred dollars.
costly adjective

costing much

coûteux
a costly wedding-dress.
costliness noun

cherté
costs noun plural

the expenses of a legal case

dépens
He won his case and was awarded costs of $500.
at all costs

no matter what the cost or outcome may be

à tout prix
We must prevent disaster at all costs.

(Übersetzung von “cost” aus dem PASSWORD English-French Dictionary © 2014 K Dictionaries Ltd)