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to reduce costs


Definition (British English)

reduce, cost
Macmillan Dictionary

Definition (American English)

reduce, cost
Merriam Webster

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reduce, cost
Merriam Webster


reduce, cost
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kosten, abbauen

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cost (costed, costed) - kosten Last post 25 Sep 15, 17:35
Verb with intransitive use is irregular and has cost / cost as pt and pp;1 Replies
costs - Unkosten Last post 09 Sep 03, 11:56
Steht das Wort "Unkosten" mittlerweile im Duden? Meiner Meinung nach gibt es das Wort "Unko…35 Replies
Kosten-cost-costsLast post 14 Jul 20, 21:18
The question to native speakers is: When to use "cost" and when to use "costs". cost and cos…1 Replies
cost, costs ?Last post 22 Jan 07, 11:34
Wann verwende ich die Mehrzahl von cost? Ich habe gefunden: Part lay- up costs are lower... …0 Replies
cost <> costsLast post 01 Apr 04, 19:21
Moin, kurze Frage: gibts einen Unterschied zwischen den englischen "cost" und costs" im Sin…0 Replies
cost/ costsLast post 14 Jun 05, 10:38
Kann mir bitte jemand den Unterschied zwischen "cost" und "costs" sagen? Wann benutzt man w…12 Replies
to bear ... costs - ... Kosten ... tragen/übernehmenLast post 10 Apr 07, 23:56
LEO hat to bear the costs\t \tdie Kosten tragen\t to bear the additional costs\t \tdie zusä…1 Replies
fixed-step costs - sprungfixe Kosten Last post 11 Jan 07, 13:42
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Kosten - cost or costs?Last post 19 Sep 05, 11:19
"Please let me know the cost for the patent application" "Please let me know the cost for th…11 Replies
Kosten --> cost or costs?Last post 25 May 05, 13:26
Bei der Erstellung einer Präsentation für einen wichtigen Kunden (--> Meeting auf "oberster Eb5 Replies

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