cost

kɔst

Перевод:

Verb: стоить обходиться дорого стоить назначать цену
Noun: стоимость затраты расходы цена

Фразы:

cost-of-living bonus - премия в размере минимальной заработной платы

to know (learn) to one's own cost - (у)знать по собственному горькому опыту

at cost value - по себестоимости

cost under certainty - детерминированная стоимость

saving in cost - экономия затрат

to cost smb. dear - дорого обходиться кому-л.

equilibrium between cost and prices - соответствие между ценой и стоимостью

to cost / be worth a fortune - стоить кучу денег, быть очень дорогим

game with constant cost - игра с постоянной стоимостью

cost of delivery - стоимость доставки

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Примеры:

It cost three dollars. - Это стоило три доллара.

How much does it cost per kilo? - Сколько стоит килограмм?

It cost a trifle. - Это стоило недорого.

The cost of meat finally fell. - Цены на мясо наконец-то упали.

This car costs only $24 000. - Эта машина стоит всего двадцать четыре тысячи долларов.

Cost is obviously important. - Стоимость, конечно, важна.

It must have cost a packet. - Это, должно быть, стоило уйму денег.

These shoes cost $100. - Эти туфли стоят сто долларов.

This mistake cost him his job. - Эта ошибка стоила ему работы.

It didn't cost me a penny. - Это не стоило мне ни копейки /ни пенса, ни цента/.

It cost me many sleepless nights. - Это стоило мне не одной бессонной ночи.

We expensed our moving cost. - Мы списали на издержки наши расходы по переезду.

We agreed to split the cost. - Мы договорились поделить расходы.

I was doing estimates of cost. - Я подсчитывал [рассчитывал] затраты [производил оценку затрат].

Can you give me an idea of the cost? - Ты не можешь мне приблизительно назвать цену?

What will it cost, overall? - Сколько это будет стоить в общей сложности?

The repairs to our roof cost one hundred dollars. - Починка нашей крыши обошлась в сто долларов.

What does it cost to hire a boat for a week? - Сколько стоит недельный прокат лодки?

They cost 50 cents each. - Они стоят по пятьдесят центов каждый.

The cost of packing is $75 extra. - Стоимость упаковки — семьдесят пять долларов дополнительно.

One silly mistake cost them the match. - Одна глупая ошибка стоила им матча.

The cost must be stopped out of his salary. - Стоимость должна быть удержана из его жалованья.

The car cost him fifteen grand. - Автомобиль обошёлся ему в пятнадцать штук.

cost of lumber per running foot - стоимость пиломатериалов на погонный фут

The cost must not exceed 10 dollars. - Стоимость не должна превышать десяти долларов.

How much does it cost to hire videos? - Сколько стоит взять напрокат видео?

That one mistake almost cost him his life. - Из-за этой единственной ошибки он чуть не лишился жизни.

A last-minute blunder cost them the match. - Грубая ошибка, совершённая на последней минуте, стоила им матча.

the solecism of asking one's hosts how much something in their house cost them - неприличный вопрос хозяевам дома о том, во сколько он им обошёлся

The grapes cost $2 a pound. - Виноград стоит два доллара за фунт.

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Связанные термины:

cost jobs: A job is the work that someone does to earn money.

cost-plus: A cost-plus basis for a contract about work to be done is one in which the buyer agrees to pay the seller or contractor all the cost plus a profit.

cost rent: (in Britain) the rent of a dwelling calculated on the cost of providing and maintaining the property without allowing for a profit

full cost: The cost of something is the amount of money that is needed in order to buy, do, or make it.

huge cost: The cost of something is the amount of money that is needed in order to buy, do, or make it.

low-cost: relatively inexpensive

sunk cost: A sunk cost is an expense that you have already paid for or committed to and which you cannot change .

unit cost: The unit cost is the amount of money that it costs a company to produce one article.

actual cost: the cost of a product based on incurred costs of material and labor required in its production

annual cost: The cost of something is the amount of money that is needed in order to buy, do, or make it.

common cost: costs assignable to two or more products, operations, departments, etc., of a company

cost burden: If you describe a problem or a responsibility as a burden, you mean that it causes someone a lot of difficulty, worry, or hard work.

cost center: A cost center is a department in a company that does not bring the company direct profit .

cost centre: a unit, such as a department of a company, to which costs may be allocated for cost accounting purposes

cost lives: If you refer to someone's life, you mean their state of being alive, especially when there is a risk or danger of them dying.

cost money: If you say that something costs money, you mean that it has to be paid for, and perhaps cannot be afforded .

cost price: If something is sold at cost price, it is sold for the same price as it cost the seller to buy it.

direct cost: a cost that can be related directly to the production of a product or to a particular function or service

extra cost: The cost of something is the amount of money that is needed in order to buy, do, or make it.

factor cost: (in social accounting) valuation of goods and services at their overall commercial cost, including markups but excluding indirect taxes and subsidies

fixed cost: a cost unvarying with a change in the volume of business ( distinguished from variable cost )

input cost: The cost of something is the amount of money that is needed in order to buy, do, or make it.

plant cost: the cost to a business of mechanical equipment

prime cost: the portion of the cost of a commodity that varies directly with the amount of it produced, principally comprising materials and labour

baseline cost: the projected cost for an undertaking at the time it is budgeted

capital cost: a cost incurred on the purchase of land, buildings, construction and equipment to be used in the production of goods or the rendering of services

cost analysis: an economic evaluation

cost-benefit: denoting or relating to a method of assessing a project that takes into account its costs and its benefits to society as well as the revenue it generates

cost control: the limiting of expenditure

cost-cutting: the reduction of costs

cost estimate: an estimate of how much something will cost

cost overrun: A cost overrun is a cost that is more than the amount budgeted .

cost savings: A saving is a reduction in the amount of time or money that is used or needed .

current cost: The current cost of assets is their current value, or what it would cost to replace them at this time.

enormous cost: The cost of something is the amount of money that is needed in order to buy, do, or make it.

indirect cost: a business cost that is not directly accountable to a particular function or product; a fixed cost, as a land tax or the like

initial cost: The cost of something is the amount of money that is needed in order to buy, do, or make it.

marginal cost: the cost of one additional unit of any item produced or bought in quantity

standard cost: the predetermined budgeted cost of a regular manufacturing process against which actual costs are compared

typical cost: The cost of something is the amount of money that is needed in order to buy, do, or make it.

upfront cost: The cost of something is the amount of money that is needed in order to buy, do, or make it.

variable cost: a cost that varies directly with output

at any cost: If you say that something must be done at any cost, you are emphasizing that it must be done, even if this requires a lot of effort or money .

cost accounting: Cost accounting is the recording and analysis of all the various costs of running a business .

cost advantage: An advantage is something that puts you in a better position than other people.

cost-conscious: having an awareness of costs; careful about spending

cost-effective: Something that is cost-effective saves or makes a lot of money in comparison with the costs involved.

cost-in-use: the cost of owning, running, or using something

historical cost: The historical cost of an asset is its original cost when it was first acquired by a company.

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Однокоренные слова:

costal - реберный, костальный
coster - литейщик, кино распределитель ролей, выбракованная лошадь
costive - скуповатый, страдающий запором, медлительный
costless - даровой, ничего не стоящий
costly - дорогой, ценный, роскошный, пышный
costing - стоящий

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