Definition of 'expenses'
Example sentences containing 'expenses'
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He got fired from the Daily Clarion for fiddling expenses, you know. DEAD BEAT (2002)Don't tell me he was caught doctoring his expenses or stealing the petty cash. THE ENDLESS GAME (2002)
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Translations for 'expenses'
British English: expenses /ɪkˈspɛnsɪz/ NOUN
Your expenses are the money you spend while doing something in the course of your work, which will be paid back to you afterwards.
- American English: expenses
- Arabic: نَفَقَات
- Brazilian Portuguese: despesas
- Chinese: 费用
- Croatian: troškovi
- Czech: výdaje
- Danish: udgifter
- Dutch: uitgaven
- European Spanish: gastos
- Finnish: kulut
- French: frais coûts
- German: Ausgaben
- Greek: έξοδα
- Italian: spese
- Japanese: 経費
- Korean: 경비 비용
- Norwegian: kostnader
- Polish: wydatki
- European Portuguese: despesas
- Romanian: cheltuială
- Russian: расходы
- Spanish: gastos
- Swedish: utgifter
- Thai: ค่าใช้จ่าย
- Turkish: masraflar
- Ukrainian: витрати
- Vietnamese: chi phí
Definition of expenses from the Collins English Dictionary
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