1. n расход; трата

to go to expense — тратиться

limit the expense — ограничить расходы

publicity expense — расходы по рекламе

saving of expense — экономия в расходах

operating expense forecast — смета расходов

acquisition expense — расходы на приобретение

2. n обыкн. l
3. n расходы, издержки

incidental expenses — непредвиденные расходы

running expenses — эксплуатационные затраты

to bate expense — сокращать расходы

spare no expense — не жалеть расходов

administration expense — управленческий расход

maintenance expense — эксплуатационные расходы

vast sums of expense — огромные суммы расходов

4. n возмещение расходов

to get a salary and expenses — получать жалованье и возмещение расходов

fix expense — постоянные расходы

save expense — экономить расходы

fixed expense — постоянные расходы

to club the expense — разделить на всех расходы

a blown-up expense account — раздутый отчёт о расходах

5. n счёт, цена

to profit at the expense of another — получить выгоду за счёт другого

expense account — счёт подотчётных сумм

6. v бухг. записывать в счёт подотчётных сумм

at your expense — за ваш счет

for your expense — за Ваш счет

at your own expense — за ваш счет

7. v бухг. списывать в расход

expense budget — смета расходов

expense items — статьи расходов

the work entails expense — эта работа связана с расходами

direct distribution expense — прямые маркетинговые расходы

Синонимический ряд:
1. compensation (noun) compensation; payment; reimbursement; settlement
2. cost (noun) charge; cost; disbursement; expenditure; investment; outgo; outlay; price; toll; value; worth
3. price (noun) price; sacrifice; toll
4. responsibility (noun) account; debit; detriment; liability; lien; loan; loss; obligation; responsibility
Антонимический ряд:
acquisition; emolument; gain; income; increase; proceeds; product; profit; profits; receipt; receipts; return; revenue

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