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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishoutgoingsout‧go‧ings /ˈaʊtˌɡəʊɪŋz $ -ˌɡoʊ-/ noun [plural] British English  SPEND MONEYthe money that you have to spend regularly, for example on rent or food List all your outgoings for a month.
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outgoingsIt was their bounden duty, he said, to keep an account of their incomings and outgoings in money matters.The day-to-day outgoings for Mike and Viv are about £10,000 a year.By switching to a lower-rate loan with your existing lender or a competitor you can cut your monthly outgoings.He earns in the region of £33,000 a year, but has substantial outgoings.The cattle ranching option is popular because the outgoings are low.The outgoings on a house this size are very high.I wrote a check for $200 to cover various outgoings.I would estimate that, allowing for your outgoings, you have around £600 a month at your disposal.If your outgoings regularly exceed your income, you have budgeting problems which may become serious.
From Longman Business Dictionaryoutgoingsout‧go‧ings /ˈaʊtˌgəʊɪŋz-ˌgoʊ-/ noun [plural]ACCOUNTING an amount of money that is spent regularlyWe are keeping our outgoings down until our new production facilities come on stream.Exclude outgoings payable by the landlord when considering the amount of rent charged for a property.
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