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cost

verb
 
 
/kɒst/ ( past tense and past participle cost)
MONEY [T] A2 If something costs a particular amount of money, you have to pay that in order to buy or do it.
kosztować
How much do these shoes cost? [+ to do sth] It costs $5 to send the package by airmail. [+ two objects] It's going to cost me a lot of money to buy a new car.Paying and spending money
LOSE [+ two objects] B2 to make someone lose something
kosztować
His lazy attitude cost him his job.Taking things away from someone or somewhereRemoving and getting rid of things
(Definition of cost verb from the Cambridge English-Polish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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