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carrying chargenoun [C usually singular]

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an extra charge added when you buy goods by making regular small payments for them until the full amount owed has been paid
Translations of “carrying charge”
in Chinese (Traditional) (分期付款的)附加款項…
in Chinese (Simplified) (分期付款的)附加款项…
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