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cost  Verb
Plural: costs
  1. Translate "cost" to Spanish: costar, valer
    English Synonyms of "cost": be worth, be priced at, sell for, set one back
    Define meaning of "cost": Be priced at.
  2. That costs a thousand dollars, Eso cuesta mil dólares.
    These shoes cost $100.

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  3. Translate "cost" to Spanish: costar
    English Synonyms of "cost": be difficult to do, be hard to accomplish, be hard to do

cost  Noun
  1. Translate "cost" to Spanish: costo, precio, costa, coste
    English Synonyms of "cost": price, charge, value, worth, figure, rate, tab, pricing
    Define meaning of "cost": The property of having material worth (often indicated by the amount of money something would bring if sold). ; Value measured by what must be given or done or undergone to obtain something.
  2. The fluctuating monetary value of gold and silver.
    He puts a high price on his services.
    He couldn't calculate the cost of the collection.
    The cost in human life was enormous.
    The price of success is hard work.
    What price glory?

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  3. Translate "cost" to Spanish: costo, gasto, desembolso, portazgo
    English Synonyms of "cost": expense, expenditure, outlay, defrayment, spending, bite, damage, defrayal, disbursement, expenses
    Define meaning of "cost": Value measured by what must be given or done or undergone to obtain something. ; The total spent for goods or services including money and time and labor.
  4. The cost in human life was enormous.
    The price of success is hard work.
    What price glory?

  5. Translate "cost" to Spanish: valor, coste
    English Synonyms of "cost": price, value, worth, worthiness, worthwhileness
    Define meaning of "cost": The property of having material worth (often indicated by the amount of money something would bring if sold). ; Value measured by what must be given or done or undergone to obtain something.
  6. The fluctuating monetary value of gold and silver.
    He puts a high price on his services.
    He couldn't calculate the cost of the collection.
    The cost in human life was enormous.
    The price of success is hard work.
    What price glory?

Verb Conjugation for "cost"
Gerund: costing

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Conceptually-related expressions of "cost"
abatement cost
aboriginal cost
absolute cost barrier
absolute cost barriers
absorb the cost
absorbed cost
accrued cost
accumulated cost
acquisition cost
actual average cost
actual cost
actual labor cost
actual labour cost
additional cost
adjusted cost
adjustment of the proven purchased cost
administered cost
administrative cost
affordability in cost
after-cost
aggregate cost
all-in cost
alternative cost
amortized cost
analytical cost accounting
annual capital cost
anticipated cost
applied cost
ascertain the cost
assembly cost
assume the cost
at a low cost
at all cost
at any cost
at cost
at cost-price
at factor cost
at her cost
at his cost
at low cost
at my cost
at my own cost
at no cost
at our cost
at the cost of
at whatever cost
at your cost
at your own cost
average cost
average inventory at cost
average net cost
average total cost
average total unit cost
average unit cost
average unit cost method
average variable cost
avoidable cost
backstopping cost
bare cost
base cost
baseline cost
basic cost
bear the cost
below cost
benefit-cost analysis
benefit-cost ratio
bond issue cost
breakage cost
budgeted cost
budgeting manufacturing cost
by-product method of cost accounting
calculate the cost of
capacity cost
capital cost
capitalization of cost
capitalized cost
carrying cost
collection cost
commitment cost
committed cost
committed fixed cost
common cost
comparative cost
component of cost
constant cost
constant-cost industry
construction cost
constructive cost model
contingent cost
controllable cost
conversion cost
count the cost
court cost
current cost
current cost accounting
cut open cost
decommissioning cost
deed cost
deferred cost
defray the cost of
delivered cost
delivery against cost
department overhead cost
depreciable cost
depreciated cost
depreciation cost
derived cost
design cost
differential cost
direct business cost
direct cost
direct-labor cost
direct-labour cost
discretionary cost
distribution cost
distribution cost accounting
distribution cost analysis
dollar cost averaging
domestic resource cost
due to cost increase
economic cost
education cost
electricity generation cost
environmental cost
environmental protection cost
equipment cost
essentials of cost accounting
established cost contract
establishment cost
estimate at price cost
estimate cost sheet
estimate the cost of
estimated cost
exchange cost
expenses at buyer's cost
exporting cost
extra cost
factor cost
factor-cost line
factory cost
finance cost
financing cost
first cost
fixed cost
fixed cost contract
flat cost
flotation cost
flow of cost diagrammed
free alongside cost
freight cost
full cost
full cost method
full cost pricing
fully allocated cost
functional cost analysis
handling cost
haulage cost
health care cost
health cost
heating cost
high cost
high-cost
historical cost
historical cost sheet
holding cost
honesty is a low cost treasure
identified cost
identified-unit cost
idle-capacity cost
idle time labor cost
idle time labour cost
implicit cost
implied cost
imputed cost
incidental cost
increased cost clause
increased cost endorsement
increasing-cost industry
incremental cost
indirect cost
indirect labor cost
indirect labour cost
inevitable cost
inflation due to cost increases
information cost
initial cost
initial sunk cost
input cost
installation cost
insurance cost
intangible cost
interest-adjusted cost
inventoriable cost
inventory carrying cost
inventory holding cost
invoice cost
invoiced cost
issuance cost
issue cost
issuing cost
job cost
job-cost accounting
job cost invoice
job method of cost accounting
job order cost accounting
job-order cost sheet
joint cost
joint-product method of cost accounting
labor cost
labor-related cost
labour cost
labour-related cost
laid down cost
landed cost
law of increasing cost
least cost analysis
least-cost decision
least-cost routing
legal cost
less than the cost
life insurance cost
living cost
loading cost
local cost
logistics cost
long-run capacity fixed cost
low cost
low-cost
low cost airline
low-cost asset
low-cost house
low-cost houses
low-cost housing
low-cost receiver
low-cost restaurant
machine-hour cost
maintenance cost
making up of an estimated cost
managed cost
manufacturing cost
manufacturing cost statement
manufacturing cost variation
marginal cost
marginal cost curve
marginal cost pricing
market cost
market entry cost
marketing cost
marketing cost analysis
material cost
materials cost
maximum cost
medium cost
meet the cost of
mere cost
milk production cost
minimum cost
miscellaneous cost
mixed cost
monthly cost
National Association of Cost Accountants
net cost
net cost method
net interest cost
no cost
nominal cost
non-allowable interest cost
noncontrollable cost
normalized unit labor cost
normalized unit labour cost
occupancy cost
offshore cost
on-cost
on cost
onlending cost
operating cost
operating fixed cost
operation cost
opportunity cost
opportunity cost approach
order-filling cost
order-getting cost
ordering cost
organization cost
original cost
out-of-stock cost
output cost
overhead cost
overhead in cost accounting
overload the market with low-cost merchandise
pay the cost of
payroll cost
per-use cost
period cost
periodic cost
planned cost
postponed cost
predetermined cost
premium overtime cost
present cost
prevailing cost
prime cost
private cost
process cost
process method of cost accounting
processing cost
procurement cost
product cost
production cost
production cost accounting
programmed fixed cost
prohibitive cost
project cost
promotional cost
provisional cost
prudent investment-cost standard
quarterly cost
real cost
reasonable cost
recurrent cost
recurring cost
redistributed cost
reduced cost
regardless of the cost
related cost
remaining cost
renewal cost
repair cost
repetitive cost
replacement cost
replacement cost accounting
replacement-cost insurance
replacement-cost standard
reproduction cost
reproduction cost value
residual cost
restoration cost
reverse cost method
rework cost
ripening cost
rising cost
rule that procedure must economize time and cost
running cost
savings in cost
scheduled cost
second element cost
sell under cost price
selling cost
semifixed cost
semivariable cost
service cost
settlement cost
shelter cost
shipping cost
shortage cost
social cost
special cost
specific cost
spoilage cost
standard cost
standard cost system
standard cost variance
start-up cost
statistical cost control
statistical cost system
stipulated cost
storage cost
substitution cost
sunk cost
supply cost
tangible cost
target cost
tax paid cost
taxation of cost
the high cost
the most wholesome meat is at another man's cost
time-and-cost efficient
to my cost
total cost
total cost curve
total production cost
transaction cost
transfer cost
transport cost
transportation cost
travel cost
unallocated cost
uncontrollable cost
unexpired cost
unit cost
unit labor cost
unit labour cost
unit production cost
unit replacement cost
unrecovered cost
unsatisfactory-product cost
upkeep cost
user cost
utilization cost
utilization estimated cost
valuation at average cost
valuation at estimated cost
valuation at standard cost
value at cost
variable cost
variable-cost ratio
variance from estimated cost
wage cost
waste disposal cost
water cost
weighted average capital cost
weighted average cost
whatever the cost
wild cost
without cost
work out the cost of
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