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Was die in der KategorieENGLISH - PRONUNCIATION
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English - Pronunciation

* (Received Pronunciation) IPA(key): /kɒst/ * (General American) IPA(key): /kɔst/ * (_cot_–_caught_ merger, Canada) IPA(key): /kɑst/ * Rhymes: -ɒst

Was die in der KategorieENGLISH - ETYMOLOGY 1
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English - Etymology 1

From Middle English _cost_, from Old English _cost_ (“option, choice, possibility, manner, way, condition”), from Old Norse _kostr_ (“choice, opportunity, chance, condition, state, quality”), from Proto-Germanic _*kustuz_ (“choice, trial”) (or Proto-Germanic _*kustiz_ (“choice, trial”)), from Proto-Indo-European _*ǵéwstus_ (“to enjoy, taste”). Cognate with Icelandic _kostur_, German dialectal _Kust_ (“taste, flavour”), Dutch _kust_ (“choice, choosing”), North Frisian _kest_ (“choice, estimation, virtue”), West Frisian _kêst_ (“article of law, statute”), Old English _cyst_ (“free-will, choice, election, the best of anything, the choicest, picked host, moral excellence, virtue, goodness, generosity, munificence”), Latin _gustus_ (“taste”). Related to choose. NOUN COST (_plural_ COSTS) * Manner; way; means; available course; contrivance. _at all COSTS (= "by all means")_ * Quality; condition; property; value; worth; a wont or habit; disposition; nature; kind; characteristic. DERIVED TERMS * at all costs * needs-cost RELATED TERMS * costen * costning

From Middle English cost, from Old English cost (option, choice, possibility, manner, way, condition), from Old Norse kostr (choice, opportunity, chance, condition, state, quality), from Proto-Germanic *kustuz (choice, trial) (or Proto-Germanic *kustiz (choice, trial)), from Proto-Indo-European *ǵéwstus (to enjoy, taste).

Cognate with Icelandic kostur, German dialectal Kust (taste, flavour), Dutch kust (choice, choosing), North Frisian kest (choice, estimation, virtue), West Frisian kêst (article of law, statute), Old English cyst (free-will, choice, election, the best of anything, the choicest, picked host, moral excellence, virtue, goodness, generosity, munificence), Latin gustus (taste). Related to choose.

Noun

cost (plural costs)

  1. Manner; way; means; available course; contrivance.
    at all costs (= "by all means")
  2. Quality; condition; property; value; worth; a wont or habit; disposition; nature; kind; characteristic.
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Was die in der KategorieENGLISH - ETYMOLOGY 2
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English - Etymology 2

From Middle English _cost_, _coust_, from _costen_ (“to cost”), see below. NOUN Wikipedia COST (_plural_ COSTS) * Amount of money, time, etc. that is required or used. _The total COST of the new complex was an estimated $1.5 million._ _We have to cut COSTS if we want to avoid bankruptcy._ _The average COST of a new house is twice as much as t was 20 years ago._ * A negative consequence or loss that occurs or is required to occur. _There were many COSTS to the development project, the least of all was the financial aspect._ _If you train all the time, there will be a few COSTS such as a lack of free time._ DERIVED TERMS TRANSLATIONS

From Middle English cost, coust, from costen (to cost), see below.

Noun

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cost (plural costs)

  1. Amount of money, time, etc. that is required or used.
    The total cost of the new complex was an estimated $1.5 million.
    We have to cut costs if we want to avoid bankruptcy.
    The average cost of a new house is twice as much as t was 20 years ago.
  2. A negative consequence or loss that occurs or is required to occur.
    There were many costs to the development project, the least of all was the financial aspect.
    If you train all the time, there will be a few costs such as a lack of free time.
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Was die in der KategorieENGLISH - ETYMOLOGY 3
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English - Etymology 3

From Middle English _costen_, from Old French _coster_, _couster_ (“to cost”), from Medieval Latin _costare_, from Latin _constare_ (“stand together, stand at, cost”), from _com-_ + _stare_ (“stand”). VERB COST (_third-person singular simple present_ COSTS, _present participle_ COSTING, _simple past and past participle_ COST _or_ COSTED) See Usage notes. * To incur a charge; to require payment of a price. _This shirt COST $50, while this was cheaper at only $30._ _It will COST you a lot of money to take a trip around the world._ * 1915, Mrs. Belloc Lowndes, _The Lodger_, chapter I: Thus the red damask curtains which now shut out the fog-laden, drizzling atmosphere of the Marylebone Road, had COST a mere song, and yet they might have been warranted to last another thirty years. A great bargain also had been the excellent Axminster carpet which covered the floor; […]. * To cause something to be lost; to cause the expenditure or relinquishment of. _Trying to rescue the man from the burning building COST them their lives._ * William Shakespeare (c.1564–1616) though it COST me ten nights' watchings * (obsolete) To require to be borne or suffered; to cause. * John Milton (1608-1674) to do him wanton rites, which COST them woe * To calculate or estimate a price. _I'd COST the repair work at a few thousand._ USAGE NOTES The past tense and past participle is _cost_ in the sense of "this computer COST me £600", but _costed_ in the sense of 'calculated', "the project was COSTED at $1 million." DERIVED TERMS * cost an arm and a leg * cost a pretty penny * cost the earth * how much does it cost TRANSLATIONS

From Middle English costen, from Old French coster, couster (to cost), from Medieval Latin costare, from Latin constare (stand together, stand at, cost), from com- + stare (stand).

Verb

cost (third-person singular simple present costs, present participle costing, simple past and past participle cost or costed) See Usage notes.

  1. To incur a charge; to require payment of a price.
    This shirt cost $50, while this was cheaper at only $30.
    It will cost you a lot of money to take a trip around the world.
  2. To cause something to be lost; to cause the expenditure or relinquishment of.
    Trying to rescue the man from the burning building cost them their lives.
  3. (obsolete) To require to be borne or suffered; to cause.
  4. To calculate or estimate a price.
    I'd cost the repair work at a few thousand.
Usage notes

The past tense and past participle is cost in the sense of "this computer cost me £600", but costed in the sense of 'calculated', "the project was costed at $1 million."

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Was die in der KategorieENGLISH - ETYMOLOGY 4
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English - Etymology 4

NOUN COST (_plural_ COSTS) * (obsolete) A rib; a side. * Ben Jonson betwixt the COSTS of a ship * (heraldry) A cottise.

Noun

cost (plural costs)

  1. (obsolete) A rib; a side.
  2. (heraldry) A cottise.

Was die in der KategorieENGLISH - ANAGRAMS
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English - Anagrams

* cots, COTS * scot, Scot

Was die in der KategorieCATALAN - NOUN
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Catalan - Noun

COST m (_plural_ COSTS _or_ COSTOS) * cost RELATED TERMS * costar

cost m (plural costs or costos)

  1. cost

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Was die in der KategorieMANX - NOUN
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Manx - Noun

COST m (_genitive_ COST, _plural_ COSTYN) * charge (monetary) DERIVED TERMS * costal

cost m (genitive cost, plural costyn)

  1. charge (monetary)

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Was die in der KategorieOLD ENGLISH - ETYMOLOGY
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Old English - Etymology

Proto-Germanic _*kust-_, from Proto-Indo-European _*ǵews-_ (“to choose”). Akin to Old Saxon _kostōn_ (“to try, tempt”), Old High German _kostōn_ (“to taste, test, try by tasting”) (German _kosten_), Icelandic _kosta_ (“to try, tempt”), Gothic

Proto-Germanic *kust-, from Proto-Indo-European *ǵews- (to choose). Akin to Old Saxon kostōn (to try, tempt), Old High German kostōn (to taste, test, try by tasting) (German kosten), Icelandic kosta (to try, tempt), Gothic

Was die in der KategorieOLD ENGLISH - PRONUNCIATION
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Old English - Pronunciation

* IPA(key): /ˈkost/

  • IPA(key): /ˈkost/

Was die in der KategorieOLD ENGLISH - NOUN
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Old English - Noun

COST m * option, choice; possibility * condition, manner, way _þæs costes þe (on the condition that)_ DECLENSION

cost m

  1. option, choice; possibility
  2. condition, manner, way
    þæs costes þe (on the condition that)

Declension

Was die in der KategorieOLD ENGLISH - ADJECTIVE
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Old English - Adjective

COST * chosen, choice * tried, proven; excellent DECLENSION

cost

  1. chosen, choice
  2. tried, proven; excellent

Declension

Was die in der KategorieOLD FRENCH - NOUN
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Old French - Noun

COST m (_oblique plural_ COZ _or_ COTZ, _nominative singular_ COZ _or_ COTZ, _nominative plural_ COST) * cost; financial outlay RELATED TERMS * coster

cost m (oblique plural coz or cotz, nominative singular coz or cotz, nominative plural cost)

  1. cost; financial outlay

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Was die in der KategorieWELSH - NOUN
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Welsh - Noun

COST m, f (_plural_ COSTAU) * cost * expense

cost m, f (plural costau)

  1. cost
  2. expense


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