Definitions for "cost"
The total money, time and resources associated with a purchase or activity.
To require to be given, expended, or laid out therefor, as in barter, purchase, acquisition, etc.; to cause the cost, expenditure, relinquishment, or loss of; as, the ticket cost a dollar; the effort cost his life.
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., is requisite to secure benefit.
Expenses incurred in litigation.
unit prices or project expenses
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. (National Statistics Office)
A unitless metric configured on OSPF routers that indicates the preference of using a certain link.
An OSPF (Open Shortest Path First) protocol metric. See metric and OSPF.
Arbitrary value, typically based on hop count, media bandwidth, or other measures, that is assigned by a network administrator and used to compare various paths through an internetwork environment. Cost values are used by routing protocols to determine the most favorable path to a particular destination: the lower the cost, the better the path. Sometimes called path cost. See also routing metric.
An amount that must be paid to obtain something. (See also Opportunity cost.) View LEI Lesson(s) that address this term
a foregone opportunity
The most valuable opportunity forsaken when a choice is made.
The exchange price associated with business transaction at the point of recognition. Cost is the net purchase price plus all reasonable and necessary expenditures to get the asset in place and ready for use.
The dollar amount paid for any goods or services. Retail price equals cost price plus profit.
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"
Keywords:  wst, imputed, pmk, deferred, resource
A measure that includes the direct vehicle operating cost (the resource cost of fuel and additional running costs including tyre, oil, repair and maintenance as a factor of the cost of fuel) as well as the time cost of vehicle occupants.
the average cost of producing an ounce of gold. Includes deferred stripping costs, refining and transportation costs and by-product credits less royalties, depreciation and restoration. Mineral Reserve and Resource Definitions
cost is the translation into financial terms of all the identified resources (“ Means/ Inputs”).
Keywords:  hhc, we've, irrelevant, quantity, total
the change in total costs due to a one-unit change in quantity produced.
the total spent for goods or services including money and time and labor
a very reliable number, it's probably totally irrelevant but it's reliable and I think we've to switch to relevance rather than reliability
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That which was given to acquire something.
(1) Cash and/or the value of property given to acquire the property received.
something that is negative or bad. A low grade and adult disapproval are costs of not doing homework.
European Cooperation in the fields of Scientific and Technical research.
European Cooperation in the field Of Scientific and Technical research
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Cost, Income Capitalization and Sales Comparison are the three approaches an appraiser can use to estimate the value of a property. The Cost approach estimates the value of a property by adding the value of the land plus estimated cost to construct/replace the improvement and then subtracting the estimated amount of depreciation from the current structure.
Approach A method of appraising real property whereby the replacement cost of a structure is calculated using current costs of construction.
The College will contribute 4 1/2 percent of the individual's regular annual salary, exclusive of overload, overtime, adjunct appointments or temporary appointments, to a company of the employee's choice provided the employee contributes 1 1/2 percent of his or her base salary.
Keywords:  cottise, see, community
See Cottise.
See community cost.
Co-operation for R&D in Science and Technology
Co-operation in Science and Technology
Keywords:  detriment, suffered, borne, kind, pain
To require to be borne or suffered; to cause.
Loss of any kind; detriment; pain; suffering.
Diamonique® jewelry is made to provide the look and appeal of real diamonds at a fraction of the cost.
a negative social, biophysical, economic or financial value or reduction in such a value
The value of everything a seller must give up to produce a good.
Keywords:  courthouse, jury, report, fee, attorney
a charge or fee taxed by a court, such as a filing fee, jury fee, courthouse fee, or reporter fee
Applicable third-party closing costs, which include appraisal, credit report, title (a.k.a. lien search), recording fee, and closing/attorney fees.
In accounting, cost is defined as the cash amount (or the cash equivalent) given up for an asset. Cost includes all costs necessary to get an asset in place and ready for use. For example, the cost of an item in inventory also includes the item's freight-in cost. The cost of land includes all costs to get the land ready for its use. Also see cost principle. To Top
Keywords:  coast, rib, region, side
A rib; a side; a region or coast.
A measurement of the cost to the performance task (and/or benefit) of making a prediction when the actual label is . The use of accuracy to evaluate a model assumes uniform costs of errors and uniform benefits of correct classifications.
Keywords:  recruit, gold, unit, one
Cost in gold () to recruit one of the unit
(n.) complexity of an algorithm multiplied by the number of processors used.
Keywords:  minus, discount, plus, premium, initial
The principal plus initial premium or minus the initial discount.
Keywords:  historical, see
See historical cost.
Keywords:  medium, relative, fix, low, high
Relative cost for the fix (i.e., high, medium, low)
Keywords:  know, calculable, risk, you
only calculable through risk, until you know what is done
Keywords:  create
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