[kawst-juhs-tuh-fahy, kost-] /ˈkɔstˌdʒʌs təˌfaɪ, ˈkɒst-/

verb (used with object), cost-justified, cost-justifying.
to justify the allotment or spending of a specific sum of money for (an investment, procurement, etc.).


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