cost verb (MONEY) translate to Traditional Chinese

Translation of "cost" - English-Traditional Chinese dictionary


verb [T] (MONEY)
/kɒst/ US  /kɑːst/
(cost, cost) If something costs an amount of money, you must pay that amount to buy or do it
"How much does this book cost (= What is the price of this book)?" "It costs £25."
It costs a lot to buy a house in this part of London.
[+ two objects] The trip will cost you $1000.
Costs and expenses
(costed, costed) to calculate the future cost of something
How carefully did you cost the materials for the new fence and gate?
Has your scheme been properly costed (out)?
AccountingAssessing and estimating valueAnalysing and evaluating
(Definition of cost verb (MONEY) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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