In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1expenseun gasto innecesario — an unnecessary expense
- los gastos de la casa — household expenses
- toma este dinero para tus gastos — have this money for your expenses
- el arreglo supondría un gasto de medio millón — it would cost half a million to repair
- nos hemos metido en muchos gastos — we've incurred a lot of expense
- este mes he tenido muchos gastos — this has been an expensive month for me / I've spent a lot of money this month
- tuvo que pagar los gastos del juicio — she had to pay the legal costs
- no me compensa el gasto de tiempo — it isn't worth my while spending the time on it
- restringir gastos — to limit expenditure
- cubrir (los) gastos — to cover (the) costs
- gastos de defensa — defense spending
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