Meaning of "cost" - Business English Dictionary
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cost verb [T]
› (cost, cost) if something costs a particular amount of money, you have to pay that amount in order to buy or have it: cost $1 million/£500,000, etc. Calls cost 60 cents per minute.cost sb $1 million/£500,00, etc. Deregulation allowed the company to fix electricity prices, costing consumers billions of dollars.cost more/less than Stamp duty is up to 3% on properties costing more than £250,000.cost about/around/up to luxury apartments costing up to £900,000 eachbe expected/estimated to cost The project, which was originally expected to cost $1 billion, is now estimated at $1.8 billioncost as little/much as Hundreds of items, some costing as little as $1, are for sale.
› (costed) ACCOUNTING to calculate the price of something or to decide how much it will cost: Has the project been costed yet?cost sth at The new rail line was costed at £150 billion.
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Translations of “cost”
||비용이 -이다, -을 희생시키다…
||bernilai, mengenakan bayaran…
||coûter, évaluer le coût de…
||malolmak, tutmak, para etmek…
|in Chinese (Traditional)
||錢, 價錢為, 需花費…
||ra giá, ước tính giá phải trả…
||costar, calcular el coste de…
||berharga, meminta (korban), menganggarkan…
|in Chinese (Simplified)
||钱, 价钱为, 需花费…