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Chinese (Traditional) translation of “outlay”

outlay

noun [C]
 
 
/ˈaʊt.leɪ/
an amount of money spent for a particular purpose, especially as a first investment in something
(尤指用於第一次投資的)開支,費用
For an initial outlay of £2000 to buy the equipment, you should be earning up to £500 a month if the product sells well.
買這套設備首筆花費為2000英鎊,要是產品賣得好,你每月可以賺得500英鎊。
Costs and expenses
outlay
 
/ˌaʊtˈleɪ/ verb [T] (outlaid, outlaid) mainly US
At the start we outlaid thousands of dollars on computers.
起初我們花了數千美元購買電腦。
Paying and spending money
(Definition of outlay from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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