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Cost — synonyms, definition
1. cost (Noun)
amount charge compensation damage deprivation detriment disbursement expenditure expense forfeit forfeiture hurt loss monetary value outlay pain payment price toll tuition • • •
cost (Noun) — The total spent for goods or services including money and time and labour.
cost (Noun) — The property of having material worth (often indicated by the amount of money something would bring if sold).
ex. "he couldn't calculate the cost of the collection"
cost (Noun) — Value measured by what must be given, done or undergone to obtain something.
ex. "the cost in human life was enormous"
6 types of
expenditure outgo outlay spend spending value
assessment average cost borrowing cost capex capital expenditure charge cost of living cost overrun damage death toll differential cost disbursal disbursement distribution cost expense expensiveness handling charge handling cost incremental cost inexpensiveness • • •
2. cost (Verb)
be expect necessitate obligate price valued at
cost (Verb) — Be priced at.
ex. "These shoes cost $100"
cost (Verb) — Require to lose, suffer, or sacrifice.
ex. "This mistake cost him his job"
cost (Verb) — Calculate the expense or expenses.
ex. "the new building is not yet fully costed"
10 types of
ask be call for demand involve necessitate need postulate require take
knock back put back set back