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Translation of "expend" - English-French dictionary

expend

verb /ikˈspend/
to use or spend (supplies etc). dépenser
expenditure /-tʃə/ noun
the act of spending dépenses the expenditure of money and resources His expenditure(s) amounted to $500.
expense /-s/ noun
the spending of money etc; cost frais I’ve gone to a lot of expense to educate you well.
a cause of spending cause de dépense What an expense clothes are!
expenses /-siz/ noun plural
money spent in carrying out a job etc frais His firm paid his travelling expenses.
expensive /-siv/ adjective
costing a great deal cher expensive clothes.
at the expense of
being paid for by; at the cost of aux frais de; aux dépens de He equipped the expedition at his own expense At the expense of his health he finally completed the work.
making (a person) appear ridiculous aux dépens de He told a joke at his wife’s expense.
(Definition of expend from the Password English-French Dictionary © 2014 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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