費用, 支出, 出費, 掛かり, 失費, 費, 消費, 自費, 散財, エクスペンス
Noun(1) amounts paid for goods and services that may be currently tax deductible (as opposed to capital expenditures(2) a detriment or sacrifice(3) money spent to perform work and usually reimbursed by an employer
Verb(1) reduce the estimated value of something
(1) tolls are a daily expense(2) So any incurred expense will go directly into materials rather than additional tools.(3) It would simply be part of the overhead expense incurred by the solicitor in the proper conduct of his practice.(4) The repeat exercise will incur further expense for the taxpayers.(5) The attempt to recover costs had simply incurred further public expense on both sides.(6) I am concerned about the fact that all this expense has been incurred.(7) They have to do so at their own expense as the cost of living increases.(8) we had ordered suits at great expense(9) Well, you never just incur expense; you always incur expense for something.(10) It also incurs the added expense of rigid triage at entry into the system to determine if demand is indeed urgent.(11) The extra expense of higher fuel costs can be offset, at least temporarily, by winning the bet on rising prices.(12) I can expense the refreshments(13) There was a subsidy to assist farmers, but with the rising cost of electricity this expense was still a major burden.(14) Until then they need not concern themselves about the current market rent nor need they incur expense in obtaining advice with regard thereto.(15) Any normal expense incurred in the day-to-day operations of the company falls under this category.(16) This charge only covers the basics and any ├ö├ç├┐cosmetic├ö├ç├û treatment will of course incur additional expense .
(1) at the expense of :: 犠牲にして
(2) at the expense :: 犠牲にして
(3) interest expense :: 支払利息
(4) operating expense :: 営業費用
(5) expense account :: 費用勘定
(6) advertising expense :: 広告宣伝費
(7) travel expense :: 旅費
(8) living expense :: 生活費
(9) expense ratio :: 経費率
1. cost ::
2. overhead ::
3. sacrifice ::
4. disbursal ::
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As of now, it's a huge EXPENSE.
Game of Thrones Season 3, Episode 5
but mine isn't even
the biggest EXPENSE.
Breaking Bad Season 2, Episode 11
Can the treasury bear such EXPENSE?
Game of Thrones Season 1, Episode 3
That is a foolish EXPENSE,
and I forbid it.
The Big Bang Theory Season 10, Episode 17
Given the EXPENSE
of rebuilding the royal fleet...
Game of Thrones Season 5, Episode 4
English to Japanese Dictionary: expense
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