costnoun

  • ja費用、原価、コスト
  • enthe price, be it money, time, labor, trouble, etc., to acquire, produce, accomplish, or maintain something

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Blue Origin was founded in 2000 by billionaire Jeff Bezos,
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with the mission of lowering the costs of and increasing access to space travel.
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It plans to accomplish this by leaning into reusability.
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The new Hooli will be significantly smaller.
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And we need to reduce costs.
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Take for instance the iPhone XS Max.
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It costs close to $1,400 in China,
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essentially twice the price of Huawei’s Mate 20 and 3 times the cost of Xiaomi's Mi Mix 3.
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My liege, I swore to serve you no matter the cost.
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I am willing to lay down my life.
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I've got to find this man, Lucius.
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At what cost?
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Do you believe in God?
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Because if you do, you should pray
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that your father very quickly comes to understand and accept the cost of betrayal.
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One of the smartest things you can do is to purchase a modest house in a modest neighborhood.
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This means you're not only gonna have a lower mortgage, you're gonna have lower real estate taxes.
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You're gonna have lower utility costs, lower home repairs.
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This affordable ukulele is designed to be a high quality instrument.
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So, in 2015, we did nearly 2,200 Kanile'a Ukuleles at an average cost of $800 each piece.
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If you gave me only 1 wish for the next 50 years,
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I can pick who's president,
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I can pick a vaccine, which is something I love,
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or I could pick that this thing that's half the cost with no CO2 gets invented —
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this is the wish I would pick.
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This is the one with the greatest impact.

Other meanings for cost...

costverb

  • ja〔お金・費用などが〕かかる
  • ento require the payment of (money or something else of value) in an exchange
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How much was that prototype?
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- Four. - Million?
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Middle schools.
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It costs as much as 4 new middle schools.
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How much do you think it'd really cost to produce your play?
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I don't know. Two, three grand.
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Last week, I was in a drug store, and I saw these glasses.
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Four dollars.
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And it only cost me $7 to recreate the rest of the ensemble.
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And that's a grand total of... $11.
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Heard you got a membership at the sporting club.
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How much that cost you on a sheriff's salary?
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It ain't cheap, John.
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I'm taking you for a ride in an 84-mile-per-gallon Elio, which will cost $6,800 brand new.
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The reason why we're paid $13,000
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is 'cause we're spending time, resources, medications, on that patient.
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And on average, it costs $13,000 to deliver that care.
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- Mon? - Mm-hmm?
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If you were at lunch alone, how come it cost you $53?
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Buying a professionally decorated cake can cost hundreds of dollars.
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Damn it, Roger.
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Stopping for that burrito cost us 20 minutes.