In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(cost, outlay)gasto masculinoit's well worth the expense — vale la pena hacer el gasto
- hang the expense! — ¡olvídate del dinero!
- we don't want to put you to any expense — no queremos ocasionarte ningún gasto
- at very little expense — por muy poco dinero
- it was done at great/considerable expense — se hizo gastando mucho dinero/una suma importante de dinero
- at other people's expense — a costa de los demás
- I had the book published at my own expense — la publicación del libro corrió por mi cuenta
- I bought it at my own expense — lo compré con dinero de mi propio bolsillo
- at the company's expense — a cargo / a cuenta de la compañía
- they had a good laugh at my expense — se partieron de risa a costa mía / a mi costa
- An order to give notice would require that the parties incur further substantial expense with no corresponding benefit.
- It also incurs the added expense of rigid triage at entry into the system to determine if demand is indeed urgent.
- The only new expense incurred would be the cost of walkie-talkies for the official and the technical advisor.
- Here he engaged in another traditional hobby of the expat - the claiming of expenses incurred in the line of duty.
- A broader range of expenses incurred by business will become tax deductible.
- So any incurred expense will go directly into materials rather than additional tools.
- They finally had enough revenues to cover their fixed costs and marketing expenses.
- How is it logical to spend the same amount in transport expenses as it would cost to keep the factory open?
- Note that these amounts do not include travel and lodging expenses nor the cost of running an office in their riding.
- Owners of regularly flooded houses could opt to seal their properties from flood waters at their own expense - at a cost of up to £8,000.
- It also provides financial help to family members to cover travel expenses, hotel costs and phone bills.
- His airfare and hotel expenses were charged to the Harbour Fest.
- The repeat exercise will incur further expense for the taxpayers.
- They pointed out that savings on rentals elsewhere and reduced traveling expenses was servicing the cost of the new building.
- A fortunate few have previously negotiated conversion from lease to proper title with the former laird for just the cost of the legal expenses.
- Supplementary expenses rate £25 per night to cover incidental expenses and cost of evening meal.
- His total claim of £128,053 went towards paying for housing allowances, office costs and travel expenses.
- They have to do so at their own expense as the cost of living increases.
- The charges purely cover the cost of any travel expenses, blank CDs etc etc.
- Anything above that is insurance premium tax, office costs, marketing expenses and commission for sellers.
- The only such expense incurred to date relates to one session of dance lessons in which the petitioner enrolled the children.
- If the buyer then fails to accept the bill, the supplier may incur considerable expense in retrieving the situation.
- The fixed costs, variable costs, the interest expense and depreciation are allowable deductions.
- The ostensible justification for this profiteering at public expense is the cost of research into new drugs.
- The money goes towards running costs, including office expenses, classroom materials and cleaning bills.
- Well, you never just incur expense; you always incur expense for something.
- The extra expense of higher fuel costs can be offset, at least temporarily, by winning the bet on rising prices.
- This charge only covers the basics and any ‘cosmetic’ treatment will of course incur additional expense.
- It was stressed that the allowances are not a salary per se, but are intended to pay for postage and telephone costs and other expenses.
- I am concerned about the fact that all this expense has been incurred.
- The fee does not include travel expenses incurred by the guest (which need to be reimbursed separately).
- The attempt to recover costs had simply incurred further public expense on both sides.
- Although it is true that the price of flour has been lowered, have any of the other associated bakery expenses and costs been reduced?
- It would simply be part of the overhead expense incurred by the solicitor in the proper conduct of his practice.
- The money could then be set aside in a special fund which would be used to reimburse the state for incurring these expenses.
- And speaking of expense, the cost of using email is skyrocketing.
- They are only paid for administration costs and associated expenses.
- How do those costs compare with the expense incurred in buying into and getting out of a managed fund?
- Until then they need not concern themselves about the current market rent nor need they incur expense in obtaining advice with regard thereto.
- They are in addition to payments being made by BA for hotel, transport and food expenses incurred by disrupted passengers.
(incidental costs)gastos masculinoto pay sb's expenses — pagar los gastos de algn
- all expenses paid — con todos los gastos pagados
- entertainment/clothing expenses — gastos de representación/vestuario
- $40 plus expenses — 40 dólares más los gastos
- to put sth on expenses — cargar algo a la cuenta de la compañía
- the meal was on expenses — la comida corrió a cargo de la compañía
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