Definition of operational expenditure in English:

operational expenditure

Line breaks: op¦er|ation¦al ex¦pend|iture

noun

[mass noun]
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
More example sentences
  • The operational expenditure of the federal ministries was reduced by 20 percent.
  • Thinking creatively about financing corporate IT could lead to greater efficiency and lower capital and operational expenditure.
  • "Of the (police) budget, 90 percent is allocated for nonoperational expenditure, including salaries, and only 10 percent is allocated for operational expenditure," he said.

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