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sell at

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  • sell at
  • come to
  • set (someone) back
  • be priced at
  • command a price of

lose

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  • lose
  • deprive of
  • cheat of

at all costs

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Synonyms for cost

an amount paid or to be paid for a purchase

something expended to obtain a benefit or desired result

a loss sustained in the accomplishment of or as the result of something

to require a specified price

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Synonyms for cost

the property of having material worth (often indicated by the amount of money something would bring if sold)

value measured by what must be given or done or undergone to obtain something

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be priced at

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require to lose, suffer, or sacrifice

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2) Fines levied by government agencies: As a number of nursing homes have learned, noncompliance with regulations related to cleanliness, safety and infection control can cost dearly. OSHA fines, for example, can be particularly nasty.
Jordan's friendly, welcoming people are well aware that criticism of their government can cost dearly. Questions about the Arab Spring in Jordan are swiftly deflected.
They took a battering in a cauldron of hostility that night - Patrick Bamford picked up an injury that was to blight the rest of the season and cost dearly at Wembley while Jelle Vossen was sent to hospital with concussion - but sheer will to win got them through.
Dubai: Summer holidays tend to cost dearly, especially during the months of July and August, when hundreds of thousands of residents fly out of Dubai for their annual vacation.
We all think Hollywood A-listers huge has cost dearly under pressure have picture-perfect lifestyles - the amazing relationships, model kids, chauffeurs, butlers and chefs.
ISLAMABAD -- Federal Minister Planning, Development and Reform Ahsan Iqbal Tuesday said that political instability and inconsistency in policies, poor investment in infrastructure, wrong economic policies and disjointed governance cost dearly in the past.
Going back to international deliberations, inaction at a global level will cost dearly in the long term.
He underlined that any attack against Iran will cost dearly and will inflict heavy losses on the enemies.
Because as switch-offs have cost in games all through the campaign so it did here, Chico's refusal to learn from past mistakes cost dearly.
He should know, as he must for being the country's chief executive twice earlier, that turning a deaf ear to the people's outcry could eventually cost dearly.
Private TV channel quoted Rana Mashhud as saying "describing Nawaz Sharif his leader has cost dearly to Javed Hashmi.
Dialling an unknown international number after getting a missed call could cost dearly even for few minutes or seconds as call rates to foreign countries are much higher.