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  • 21 put somebody to the expense of something doing something — put sb to the expense of sth/of doing sth | put sb to a lot of, etc. expense idiom to make sb spend money on sth • Their visit put us to a lot of expense. Main entry: ↑expenseidiom …

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  • 22 put somebody to the expense of of doing something — put sb to the expense of sth/of doing sth | put sb to a lot of, etc. expense idiom to make sb spend money on sth • Their visit put us to a lot of expense. Main entry: ↑expenseidiom …

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  • 23 at the expense of something — at the expense of (something) with the loss of something. Time is spent preparing students for state tests at the expense of other, important instruction …

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  • 24 and damn the expense — and damn the consequences/expense/etc impolite phrase used for saying that you are going to do something without worrying about what will happen as a result/​how much it will cost etc We’re throwing a party, and damn the expense. Thesaurus:… …

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  • 25 be at the expense of — To pay the cost of • • • Main Entry: ↑expend …

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  • 26 at the expense of one's life — at the sacrifice of one s life, to the detriment of one s life …

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  • 27 and hang the expense — if you say that you will do or have something and hang the cost, you mean that you will spend whatever is necessary. I thought for once in our lives let s treat ourselves really well and hang the cost …

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  • 28 come at the expense of — come causing detriment to …

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  • 29 expense — ex‧pense [ɪkˈspens] noun 1. [countable, uncountable] ACCOUNTING an amount of money that a business or organization has to spend on something: • Most advertisers look upon advertising as an expense and not an investment, which is a mistake. • The… …

    Financial and business terms

  • 30 expense — ex·pense 1 n: financial burden or outlay; specif: an item of business outlay chargeable against revenue for a specific period busi·ness expense: an expense made in furtherance of one s business esp. as part of the cost of operating a business in… …

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  • 31 Expense management — The system and/or systems deployed by a business to process, pay, and audit employee initiated expenses. These costs include, but are not limited to, expenses incurred for travel and entertainment. Expense management includes the policies and… …

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  • 32 expense ratio — The percentage of the assets that are spent to run a mutual fund (as of the last annual statement). This includes expense such as management and advisory fees, overhead costs, and 12b 1 fees (distribution and advertising) fees. The expense ratio… …

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  • 33 Expense ratio — The percentage of the assets that were spent to run a mutual fund (as of the last annual statement). This includes expenses such as management and advisory fees, overhead costs and 12b 1 (distribution and advertising ) fees. The expense ratio… …

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  • 34 Expense — Ex*pense , n. [L. expensa (sc. pecunia), or expensum, fr. expensus, p. p. of expendere. See {Expend}.] 1. A spending or consuming; disbursement; expenditure. [1913 Webster] Husband nature s riches from expense. Shak. [1913 Webster] 2. That which… …

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  • 35 Expense magazine — Expense Ex*pense , n. [L. expensa (sc. pecunia), or expensum, fr. expensus, p. p. of expendere. See {Expend}.] 1. A spending or consuming; disbursement; expenditure. [1913 Webster] Husband nature s riches from expense. Shak. [1913 Webster] 2.… …

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  • 36 The Natural Economic Order — is the most famous book of Silvio Gesell. PUBLISHED REFERENCES TO GESELL S THEORY John Maynard Keynes: General Theory of Employment, Interest and Money (1936): Gesell s main book is written in cool, scientific language; though it is suffused… …

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  • 37 The United States of America —     The United States of America     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► The United States of America     BOUNDARIES AND AREA     On the east the boundary is formed by the St. Croix River and an arbitrary line to the St. John, and on the north by the… …

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  • 38 expense — [ek spens′, ikspens′] n. [ME < Anglo Fr < LL expensa (pecunia), paid out (money) < L expensum, neut. pp. of expendere: see EXPEND] 1. Obs. the act of expending; a spending or using up 2. financial cost; fee; charge 3. any cost or… …

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  • 39 The Daily Caller — is a news website based in Washington, D.C., United States, with a focus on politics, original reporting, breaking news, and YouTube videos, founded by journalist and political pundit Tucker Carlson and Neil Patel, former adviser to former Vice… …

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  • 40 expense — ► NOUN 1) the cost incurred in or required for something. 2) (expenses) specific costs incurred in the performance of a job or task. 3) something on which money must be spent. ● at the expense of Cf. ↑at the expense of …

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