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expense

US [ɪkˈspens]
UK [ɪk'spens]
  • n.费用;开支;花费;开销
  • Web支出;消费;代价
Plural Form:expenses  
Expense
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n.
1.
[u]
费用;价钱the money that you spend on sth
The garden was transformed at great expense .
花园改建花了一大笔费用。
No expense was spared(= they spent as much money as was needed) to make the party a success.
为使聚会成功多大费用都在所不惜。
He's arranged everything, no expense spared .
他不惜代价把一切安排得井井有条。
She always travels first-class regardless of expense.
无论费用多高她总是乘头等舱。
The results are well worth the expense.
有这些结果花的钱很值。
2.
[c][ususing]
花钱的东西;开销something that makes you spend money
Running a car is a big expense.
养一辆车开销很大。
3.
[pl]
开支;花费;费用money spent in doing a particular job, or for a particular purpose
living/household/medical/legal, etc. expenses
生活费用;家庭开支;医疗、律师等费用
Can I give you something towards expenses?
在开支方面我能为你做点什么吗?
financial help to meet the expenses of an emergency
供紧急情况下开支的经济援助
The payments he gets barely cover his expenses.
他几乎是入不敷出。
4.
[pl]
(向雇主报销的)费用,开支,花销,业务费用money that you spend while you are working and which your employer will pay back to you later
You can claim back your travelling/travel expenses.
你可以报销差旅费。
to take a client out for a meal on expenses
用业务费请客户外出就餐
an all-expenses-paid trip
费用全数报销的公差

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