English version

cost price

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Trade
cost priceˌcost ˈprice noun [uncountable]  BBTCOSTthe price that someone pays for something that they are going to sell
Examples from the Corpus
cost priceIt's still here if she wants it - at cost price.These will be assembled on to one tape and copies will be made available to participants at cost price.They will retail at cost price, plus £5 which goes to the charity.Lucky he'd got it cost price, slightly soiled, after the shoot.Its cost price per widget is $ 2, and inventory carrying costs are 20 percent of average inventory level.The amount of profit is the difference between the selling price and the cost price.If the selling price is greater than the cost price, then a profit is made.
From Longman Business Dictionarycost priceˈcost price [countable, uncountable]ACCOUNTINGCOMMERCEFINANCE the price of something that is sold for what it cost to produce, without any profit for the producerCopies of the video will be made available to course participants at cost price. price
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