Expense synonyms

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The result obtained by adding numbers or quantities; total
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A binding, formal arrangement or an agreement to a liability to pay a specified amount or to do a certain thing for a person or group of persons. See also duty and liability.
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The act or process of expending; outlay.
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The amount of money, time, effort, etc. required to achieve an end
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The cost, as in life, labor, sacrifice, etc., of obtaining some benefit or advantage
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The spending or disbursement of money:
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(Countable) A sum of money paid in exchange for goods or services.
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That which goes or is paid out; outflow or expenditure
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The act, instance, or process of disbursing.
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The definition of alimony is money paid to either a husband or wife after a divorce by court order in order to allow the recipient to maintain the lifestyle they had during the marriage.
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An allowance that a court orders paid by a person for the care of a child or children no longer in that person's legal custody
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Estimated or appraised worth or price; valuation
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Material or market value:
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A principal plus its interest, as in a loan.
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The variability of returns from an investment.
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The definition of capital is wealth used to create more wealth, a upper case letter, the place where an official government seat is located, or the primary place where an industry is located.
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Percent interest on capital; a relative or proportional value.
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The government agency in charge of collecting these duties, or any of its offices
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An internal tax imposed on the production, sale, or consumption of a commodity or the use of a service within a country:
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The costs associated with property ownership, as taxes, upkeep, etc.
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Whatever is paid out
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Whatever is paid out
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(Computing) data or steps of computation that is only used to facilitate the computations in the system and is not directly related to the actual program code or data being processed.
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The rate of speed at which a composition or passage is played; tempo
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A list of employees to be paid, with the amount due to each
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A commitment, as of time or support.
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The rate of such payment, expressed as a percentage per unit of time
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Whatever is paid out
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An expense incurred in normal business operations, such as an administrative or selling expense.
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An additional amount added to the usual charge
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Whatever is paid out
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Whatever is paid out
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A payment due to the government, esp. a tax imposed on imports, exports, or manufactured goods
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An amount assessed, as for taxation.
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(Informal) The initial cost of an undertaking, or the amount of money it is necessary to take in before a profit is realized on it
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The liability for an act and the obligation to repair any damage caused by that act; in criminal law, a person’s mental capacity to understand and answer in court for her or his actions; guilt. See also competent and capacity.
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The repayment obligation associated with such an agreement:
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The repayment obligation associated with such a loan:
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(Law) A claim on the property of another as security for the payment of a just debt
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Something owed, such as money, goods, or services:
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More generally, a debt or other legal obligation to pay an assessed amount (for example, taxes).
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Blackjack: A bet made after the deal, which pays off if the dealer has blackjack.
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State of repair
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The amount of a claim on an insurer by an insured.
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Industrious, systematic activity, especially when directed toward profit:
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In bookkeeping, an entry in the left hand column of an account to record a debt.
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A customer having a business or credit relationship with a firm:
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The ratio of this to the amount of capital invested
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Money received for services performed, products sold, as interest on investments, as royalties on inventions or creative works, or generally in exchange for some performance or consideration.
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Plural form of receipt
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Reputation for solvency and integrity entitling a person to be trusted in buying or borrowing:
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(--- Accounting) The entries on a balance sheet showing all properties, both tangible and intangible, and claims against others that may be applied to cover the liabilities of a person or business. Assets can include cash, stock, inventories, property rights, and goodwill.
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Plural form of account receivable
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(Archaic) Lavish; extravagant
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The definition of exorbitant is something that is excessive or goes beyond reasonable.
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Marked by high prices:
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The definition of extortionate is a price that is much too high, or the act of using threats or power to behave unfairly.
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Exceeding reasonable bounds:
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Likely to happen as a result or concomitant
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Very generous or liberal in giving or spending, often extravagantly so; prodigal
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The definition of prohibitive is something that is difficult to do.
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Legally prohibiting or discouraging, as by the imposition of taxes, certain behaviors:
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The definition of sumptuous is magnificent, costly, a high expense.
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Any release or exemption from an obligation
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Any loss occasioned by one's own actions.
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The act of giving up, destroying, permitting injury to, or forgoing something valued for the sake of something having a more pressing claim
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Any object no longer desired by its owner, but of possible value to others
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Toll is defined as the charge for using a specific road or for making a telephone call, or it refers to the total loss or damage caused by an event.
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Plural form of transaction
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The act of disbursing money
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(Accounting) To remove a portion of a debt or an amount of an account owed to you counting it as a loss (as a gesture of goodwill for example)
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reduce the estimated value of something
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Charge is defined as the price that you have to pay to buy goods or services.
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A charge for professional services:
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Relating to or effecting confiscation.
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