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cost somebody, delayset back
(British) train pass that allows one to ride for reduced costrailcard
(in the USA) federally-funded program which provides low-cost or free legal services to the needyJudicare
(Slang) person with mental retardation (derogatory); (Slang) stupid person, person who behaves foolishly (derogatory); delay, retardation, deceleration, decelerate, cause to slow down, hinderretard
A non-cash expense that provides a source of free cash flow. Amount allocated during the period to amortize the cost of acquiring long term assets over the useful life of the assets.Depreciation
A profit on a securitiestransaction recognized by selling a security for more than the security originally cost. The gain is the difference between the two.Gain
abandon somebody or something for advantage, act of making an offering to a god; person or item which is offered to a god; surrender of something for the sake of something more valuable; loss caused by selling something below cost, give up somebody or ...sacrifice
Abbr of cost, insurance, and freight, C.I.F., central information file, see also:C.F.I.c.i.f.
academic works, financial grant given to a student to subsidize the cost of education; learning acquired through education, schooling, erudition, financial help for a student, formal study, studentshipscholarship
accurate, candid, candidly, cigarette without filter, consecutive, consistent, conventional, conventional person, delivered with unbent arm, directly; in an upright manner; frankly, openly; immediately, without delay; continuously, without stopping; ho...straight
act of carrying, carry something overland to waterway, transport, convey, carrying of boats overland, charge for carrying, overland route to waterway, shipment, conveyance, carriage; cost of shipment, carriage feesportage
act of hauling; energy or force expended in hauling; charge for transporting goods, cost of transporting goodshaulage
act of intercepting, difference between calculated and observed altitude, distance between the origin and axis crossing, get the ball, interrupt progress, mark extent, take, seize; cause to stop; delay, hinder, obstruct; interrupt; intersect (Mathemati...intercept
act of paying for somebody else, deal with something in a particular way, delight; refreshment or entertainment given to its recipient without cost; the bearing of the cost of a treat, discuss a topic, entertainment paid for by somebody else, negotiate...treat
act of taking or seizing; delay, hinderance, obstruction; interruption; act of preventing enemy forces from carrying out their mission (Military), intercepting somebody or something, something interceptedinterception
act of transporting a load on a cart; cost for transporting a load on a cartdrayage
act or instance of variation; divergence; discrepancy, strife, discord, change in something, difference between things, difference in cost, disagreement, discrepancy in something, legal dispensation, square of standard deviationvariance
add an additional cost to; overcharge; overburden, additional amount added to the usual price; excessively high price; overly heavy load or burdensurcharge
additional sum, amount above par value, cost of insurance, cost of securities option, extra charge for borrowing money, fee for instruction, high-quality, inducement to buy, prize, supplementary charge, additional charge; amount paid for insurance; pri...premium
adverse effect, be harmed, cause harm, cause injury, cost, harm or injury, harm; (Slang) expense, cost (e.g., "What is the damage for the drinks we had at the bar?"), money paid as compensationdamage
agreed period of delay, allowed delay in meeting obligation, legally authorized delay in the payment of money due; abandonment of debts; temporary cessation of an activity (especially when dangerous or harmful)moratorium
alert, alive, brief, doing something fast, done without delay, easily angered, rapid; swift, nimble; hasty, hurried; impatient; prompt to understand; fluid, flowing; alive, living, flesh under nail, living people; living flesh; vital part, most importa...quick
amount added to price, selling at an increased price; amount added to the cost of the goods to cover the overhead expensesmarkup
amount charged for bus ride, cost of travel (on a bus, taxi, or other vehicle)carfare
amount in relation to standard figure, assess, appraise, determine value; grade, classify, sort, charge, classify something, deserve something, ratio, proportion between two things; price, cost; speed, pace; tax, assessment, set a value on something, v...rate
amount paid for something, be expensive, be priced at, calculate money required, cause loss of, cost price, have a price, require payment; set a price, legal expenses, loss or effort, money spent doing somethingcost
An arrangement whereby a firm uses research from another firm at no cost in exchange for executing all of its trades with the firm providing the research.Quid pro quo
animal or person resembling ancestor, atavism, organism representing reversion to earlier type, regression, atavism; barrier, delay, something belonging to the pastthrowback
appraisal of cost, estimate; judgment of the significance (of something), estimate of importance, pricevaluation
approving delaying of payments, of or pertaining to moratorium; pertaining to a suspension or delay; pertaining to a delay of payment of debts; pertaining to a cessation of dangerous activitymoratory
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