Money spent on the ongoing costs of running a business or organization, such as wages and rent on premises: he is confident of his ability to bring down the operational expenditure of the Indian railways
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- On the wholesale side, Webley offers service providers the ability to launch the service without any capital or operational expenditures.
- In 1990 the amount applied to operational expenditure was about $45 million in round figures.
- We aim to maximise job opportunities created by the City's capital and operational expenditure.
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Syllabification: op·er·a·tion·al ex·pend·i·ture
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