[kawst-ben-uh-fit, kost-] /ˈkɔstˈbɛn ə fɪt, ˈkɒst-/
of, relating to, or based on a cost-effective analysis.
denoting or relating to a method of assessing a project that takes into account its costs and its benefits to society as well as the revenue it generates: a cost-benefit analysis, the project was assessed on a cost-benefit basis
pertaining to an analysis or study of the actual cost of a project in relation to the potential benefits that will come from it
Cost-benefit analysis tries to determine if a project is economically worthwhile.
[kos-tuh t, kaw-steyt] /ˈkɒs tət, ˈkɔ steɪt/ adjective 1. Anatomy. having ribs. 2. (of mosses) having a midrib or costa. /ˈkɒsteɪt/ adjective 1. (anatomy) having ribs 2. (of leaves) having veins or ridges, esp parallel ones
noun 1. . noun 1. a summary of costs involved in the production of a product.
noun 1. any unit of activity, group of employees or machines, line of products, etc., isolated or arranged in order to allocate and assign costs more easily.
- Cost centre
noun 1. a unit, such as a department of a company, to which costs may be allocated for cost accounting purposes