Manner; way; means; available course; contrivance. (noun)
Quality; condition; property; value; worth; a wont or habit; disposition; nature; kind; characteristic. (noun)
Amount of money, time, etc. that is required or used. (noun)
A negative consequence or loss that occurs or is required to occur. (noun)
To incur a charge, a price. (verb)
To cause something to be lost. (verb)
To calculate or estimate a value. (verb)
Examples of word cost
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The main reason was the sharp drop in oil prices and me steady growth in Brazil's domestic petroleum production, e.g., about 212 million barrels in 1988 at an estimated cost of $20 per barrel versus an Â“estimated costÂ” of alcohol of $45 per barrel according to Young (1989).
The second reason is, that the cost of living in cities (as has been ascertained) is about double what it is in the country -- to this _cost_ we must _add_, for the
"I very much doubt whether we can get it at all; but it must be had, cost _what it may_ -- ay, _cost what it may_."