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cost-plus
Pronunciation: /ˈkɔstˌpləs/

Translation of cost-plus in Spanish:

adjective

  • (before noun)
    (pricing/contract)
    de costo or (Spain) coste más margen
    Example sentences
    • Whether you have a cost-plus contract or a fixed price, whether your customer is in-house or external, the analysis we have performed provides an accurate view of progress for both cost and schedule.
    • The British and American governments gave serious attention to cost determination, pricing and the use of cost-plus pricing to guarantee the required production quantities.
    • The establishment of open-ended contracts on a cost-plus basis guaranteed that corporations would aggressively search out new workers and train them.

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