costliness

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Englisch - Türkisch
(Ticaret) pahalıya malolma
pahalılık
{i} değer
{i} lüks
{i} ihtişam
{i} paha
ağırlık
cost
masraf

Toptan satış tabakaları ile karakterize edilen Japon dağıtım sistemi karmaşık ve masraflıdır. - The Japanese distribution system, characterized by layers of wholesale, is complex and costly.

O bir masraflı hataydı. - It was a costly mistake.

cost
ücret

Giriş ücreti ne kadar? - How much does it cost to get in?

Uçak bileti ücretinin tutarı tren bileti ücretinden daha yüksek. - The cost of the air fare is higher than of the rail fare.

cost
{i} paha

O, ne pahasına olursa olsun işi bitirmeye kararlıydı. - He was determined to finish the work at any cost.

Ben, ne pahasına olursa olsun onu başaracağım. - I will accomplish it at all costs.

cost
{f} tutmak
cost
{f} -e mal olmak; (bir şeyin) fiyatı (belirli bir miktar) olmak: How much does this cost? Bunun fiyatı ne? It costs ten million
cost
{i} zarar

Zarar bize çok paraya mal olacak. - The damage will cost us a lot of money.

cost
fiyat

Çayın fiyatı iki avro. - The tea costs two euros.

Sıfırken 3.000.000 yen fiyatı olan arabalar, şimdi 300.000 ediyor; bu durumda sanırım benimkini biraz daha kullanacağım. - Cars that, when new, cost 3,000,000 yen are apparently now worth 300,000, so I think I'll use mine a little longer.

cost
mal olmak

Bu kitap 3000 yene mal olmaktadır. - This book costs 3,000 yen.

Yeni bir tablet bir servete mal olmaktadır. - The new tablet costs a fortune.

cost
{f} (cost)
cost
harcanan para
cost
of-living index geçim indeksi
cost
{f} et
cost
{f} neden olmak
cost
tut

Ne kadar tuttuğunu bilmek isterim. - I would like to know how much it costs.

Bu elmas servet tutar. - This diamond costs a fortune.

cost
(Ticaret) mal bedeli
cost
yapmak

Bir gömlek yapmak kaça mal olur? - How much does it cost to make a T-shirt?

Köprü yapmak, maliyetin dışında, uzun sürecektir. - Apart from the cost, it will take long to build the bridge.

cost
maliyet oluşturmak
cost
-e mal olmak
cost
patlamak
cost
(Dilbilim) yalınlık ederi
cost
(Bilgisayar) mlyt
cost
para etmek
cost
eder

Bu kazak elli dolardan daha fazla eder. - This sweater costs more than fifty dollars.

''Kostüm sever misin?'' ''Kostümden nefret ederim!'' - Do you like costumes? I hate costumes!

cost
(Kanun) mahkeme harcı
cost
değerinde olmak
cost
değer

İyi sözler çok değerlidir , ama neredeyse hiçbir maliyeti yoktur. - Good words are worth a lot, but cost almost nothing.

O palto çok paraya malolmuş olabilir ama o ona değer. - That coat may have cost a lot of money, but it's worth it.

cost
etmek

Arabayı tamir etmek kaça mal olacak? - How much will it cost to fix the car?

Yeni bir ev inşa etmek bana çok paraya mal oldu. - It cost me a lot of money to build a new house.

cost
maliyet hesaplamak
cost
maliyet

Resmin maliyeti çok yüksek. - The cost of the painting is very high.

Ben müteahhitlerle konuşuncaya kadar nihai maliyeti hesaplayamam. - I cannot calculate the final cost until I talk with our contractors.

cost
maliyetsiz
cost
cost of living hayat pahalılığı
cost
maliyet,v.tut: n.bedel
cost
geçim masrafı
cost
(Tıp) (o) Kaburga
cost
fiyat sigorta ve navlun
Englisch - Englisch
{n} expensiveness, extravagance, cost
The quality of being costy; expensiveness; sumptuousness
{i} expensiveness, quality of being highly priced
The characteristic of being costly
the quality possessed by something with a great price or value
cost
To calculate or estimate a value
cost
To incur a charge, a price
cost
{n} price paid, charge, expence, hurt, loss
cost
{v} to be bought or procured for
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jactura
cost
The amount of money expended (outlays) in acquiring supplies or services The total cost of an acquisition includes: the dollar amount paid to the contractor under the terms and conditions of the contract; any direct costs for acquiring the supplies or services not covered in the contract price; any cost of ownership not covered in the contract price; and the Government’s overhead for awarding and administering the contract
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If someone is ordered by a court of law to pay costs, they have to pay a sum of money towards the expenses of a court case they are involved in. He was jailed for 18 months and ordered to pay £550 costs
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If you say that something costs money, you mean that it has to be paid for, and perhaps cannot be afforded. Well-designed clothes cost money
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The form cost is used in the present tense, and is also the past tense and participle, except for meaning 4., where the form costed is used
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the property of having material worth (often indicated by the amount of money something would bring if sold); "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"
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Your costs are the total amount of money that you must spend on running your home or business. Costs have been cut by 30 to 50 per cent
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measures the price of the resources utilized to make or do something
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Often expressed in dollars Another way to express cost is "true cost," or opportunity cost, the second-best alternative people give up when they select their first choice If a team has narrowed down its purchase options to two companies, the true cost could be considered the stock the team decides not to buy <top>
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If something costs a particular amount of money, you can buy, do, or make it for that amount. This course is limited to 12 people and costs £50 It's going to cost me over $100,000 to buy new trucks
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value measured by what must be given or done or undergone to obtain something; "the cost in human life was enormous"; "the price of success is hard work"; "what price glory?"
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emphasis 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. This book is of such importance that it must be published at any cost
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all expenses whether paid or payable incurred during the year including interest expenses and indirect taxes and other charges Valuation is usually at market price, net of discounts, rebates, returns and allowances
cost
Enter the total expense of the project including but not limited to
cost
{i} price, expense
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When something that you plan to do or make is costed, the amount of money you need is calculated in advance. Everything that goes into making a programme, staff, rent, lighting, is now costed. seventy apartments, shops, offices, a restaurant and hotel, costed at around 10 million pounds. Cost out means the same as cost. training days for charity staff on how to draw up contracts and cost out proposals It is always worth having a loft conversion costed out
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be priced at; "These shoes cost $100"
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The cost of something is the loss, damage, or injury that is involved in trying to achieve it. In March Mr Salinas shut down the city's oil refinery at a cost of $500 million and 5,000 jobs. being so afraid of something that you feel you have to avoid it whatever the cost to your lifestyle
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Approach A method of appraising real property whereby the replacement cost of a structure is calculated using current costs of construction
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To require to be given, expended, or laid out therefor, as in barter, purchase, acquisition, etc
cost
the total spent for goods or services including money and time and labor
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Loss of any kind; detriment; pain; suffering
cost
this concept is based on the notion that only the costs paid to acquire an asset are relevant and thus should be the only costs to be shown in the accounts
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The amount of expenditure (actual or notional) incurred on, or attributable to, a specific activity or business unit
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{f} have a price, require payment; set a price
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emphasis If you say that something must be avoided at all costs, you are emphasizing that it must not be allowed to happen under any circumstances. They told Jacques Delors a disastrous world trade war must be avoided at all costs
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A rib; a side; a region or coast
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the total spent for goods or services including money and time and labor require to lose, suffer, or sacrifice; "This mistake cost him his job" be priced at; "These shoes cost $100
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Expenses incurred in litigation
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Amount of money, time, etc. that is required or used
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A monetary measure of the amount of resources applied to a cost object Within the DoD, "costs" are identified following General Accounting Office accounting principle and standards as implemented through the DoD Financial Management Regulation
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The financial measure of resources consumed in accomplishing a specific purpose such as performing a service, carrying out an activity, or completing a unit of work or a specific project
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The amount paid, charged, or engaged to be paid, for anything bought or taken in barter; charge; expense; hence, whatever, as labor, self-denial, suffering, etc
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– all expenses whether paid or payable incurred during the year including interest expenses and indirect taxes and other charges Valuation is usually at market price, net of discounts, rebates, returns and allowances
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An input into the manufacturing of a product There are three common inputs in manufacturing: (1) raw materials, (2) direct labor, and (3) factory overhead
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If something is sold at cost, it is sold for the same price as it cost the seller to buy it. a store that provided cigarettes and candy bars at cost. = cost price
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A negative consequence or loss that occurs or is required to occur
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(1) Cash and/or the value of property given to acquire the property received
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The cost of something is the amount of money that is needed in order to buy, do, or make it. The cost of a loaf of bread has increased five-fold In 1989 the price of coffee fell so low that in many countries it did not even cover the cost of production Badges are also available at a cost of £2.50
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require to lose, suffer, or sacrifice; "This mistake cost him his job"
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1) general: the amount paid or required as payment for a given product or service 2) value: the denominator in the value equation that measures all costs that the customer incurs to acquire and use a product; also, that indicates what the customer must pay for a given level of performance
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If you know something to your cost, you know it because of an unpleasant experience that you have had. Kathryn knows to her cost the effect of having served a jail sentence
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The use, application, or consumption of human and material resources expressed in dollar terms for work performed It is not payment (disbursement) Contractor costs are generally reported on a NASA Form 533, or upon delivery of equipment or materials
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(n ) complexity of an algorithm multiplied by the number of processors used
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If an event or mistake costs you something, you lose that thing as the result of it. a six-year-old boy whose life was saved by an operation that cost him his sight The increase will hurt small business and cost many thousands of jobs
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The total amount of a trade transaction; the sum of transaction costs plus the cost of the security (See: Portfolio)
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The payment for the possession, use, or accomplishment of an object or activity (A Glossary of Terms Used in the Federal Budget Process, GAO, 1993) See Budget Authority, Obligation, and Outlays
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to cost someone dear: see dear. Monetary value of goods and services that producers and consumers purchase. In a basic economic sense, cost is the measure of the alternative opportunities forgone in the choice of one good or activity over others (see opportunity cost). For consumers, cost describes the price paid for goods and services. For producers, cost has to do with the relationship between the value of production inputs and the level of output. Total cost refers to all the expenses incurred in reaching a particular level of output; if total cost is divided by the quantity produced, average or unit cost is obtained. A portion of the total cost known as fixed cost (e.g., the costs of building rental or of heavy machinery) does not vary with the quantity produced and, in the short run, cannot be altered by increasing or decreasing production. Variable costs, like the costs of labour or raw materials, change with the level of output. Economic decisions are based on marginal cost, the additional cost of an incremental unit of production or consumption. cost of living cost benefit analysis marginal cost pricing opportunity cost
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to cause the cost, expenditure, relinquishment, or loss of; as, the ticket cost a dollar; the effort cost his life
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AUDIT: The cost of booked, modified or canceled transactions This is a result of the segment fee multiplied by the passenger bookings, for the segment
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The estimated expenditure for a particular resource
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of goods sold: The direct cost to the business owner of those items which will be sold to customers
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be priced at; "These shoes cost $100
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the quantity of resources required in order to achieve a desired end The cost of teacher evaluation involves such factors as time, energy, disruption, foregone opportunities, and stress that are not completely reducible to monetary terms
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is requisite to secure benefit
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Just as it would be in the real world, students should consider the cost of labs, tests, procedures, treatments, and medications at all times The author of a simulation may choose to penalize students for selecting unnecessary orders The sequence of selections may also affect the student's score This means for example, that reviewing the results of certain tests prior to ordering additional tests may be beneficial
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To require to be borne or suffered; to cause
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A cost is the value of an alternative that cannot be pursued because of some event-the event that caused the cost If undertaking one action requires that another cannot be undertaken, the cost of the action is the value of the action that has been sacrificed This is sometimes referred to as "opportunity cost"-cost measured by the opportunity that has been foreclosed The more familiar "dollar cost" is a particular instance of opportunity cost in which the dollars foregone by a purchase represent the value of the other things that could have been purchased with the money Such a cost is "monetized," represented in the objective reality of money Most costs cannot be monetized by a market transaction, though they may be estimated by one or another procedures designed to objectify costs
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the total spent for goods or services including money and time and labor require to lose, suffer, or sacrifice; "This mistake cost him his job"
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