[kos-truh l, kaw-struh l] /ˈkɒs trəl, ˈkɔ strəl/
a flask made of leather, earthenware, or wood, usually with an ear or ears by which to suspend it, as from the waist.
(obsolete) a flask, usually of earthenware or leather
- Cost rent
noun 1. (in Britain) the rent of a dwelling calculated on the cost of providing and maintaining the property without allowing for a profit
[kawst-shair, kost-] /ˈkɔstˌʃɛər, ˈkɒst-/ verb (used with object), cost-shared, cost-sharing. 1. to share the cost of: to cost-share a joint venture.
[noun kos-toom, -tyoom; verb ko-stoom, -styoom] /noun ˈkɒs tum, -tyum; verb kɒˈstum, -ˈstyum/ noun 1. a style of dress, including accessories and hairdos, especially that peculiar to a nation, region, group, or historical period. 2. dress or garb characteristic of another period, place, person, etc., as worn on the stage or at balls. 3. fashion […]
noun 1. a summary of costs involved in the production of a product.