cost of entry

/ˌkɒst əv 'entri/ noun
the cost of going into a market for the first time

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  • cost of entry — UK US noun [singular] business the cost of beginning to trade in a particular market for the first time Thesaurus: prices and costssynonym types of prices and describing prices and costshyponym …   Useful english dictionary

  • cost of entry — Mktg the cost of introducing a new product to the market. Cost of entry calculations include the cost of all research, development, production, testing, marketing, advertising, and distribution of the new product …   The ultimate business dictionary

  • cost of entry — UK / US noun [singular] business the cost of beginning to trade in a particular market for the first time …   English dictionary

  • cost an arm and a leg — (informal) To be prohibitively expensive • • • Main Entry: ↑arm * * * cost an arm and a leg informal phrase to cost a lot of money Thesaurus: to cost a lot of moneysynonym …   Useful english dictionary

  • cost the earth — (informal) To be very expensive • • • Main Entry: ↑earth * * * cost a fortune/the earth/a bomb/informal phrase to cost a lot of money It cost a fortune to get the car fixed …   Useful english dictionary

  • cost a bomb — Ⅰ. cost (sb) a fortune/a bomb/the earth INFORMAL ► to be very expensive: »The court case will cost the company a fortune. Main Entry: ↑cost Ⅱ. cost a bomb …   Financial and business terms

  • cost a fortune — Ⅰ. cost (sb) a fortune/a bomb/the earth INFORMAL ► to be very expensive: »The court case will cost the company a fortune. Main Entry: ↑cost Ⅱ. cost a bomb …   Financial and business terms

  • cost a fortune/a bomb/the earth — Ⅰ. cost (sb) a fortune/a bomb/the earth INFORMAL ► to be very expensive: »The court case will cost the company a fortune. Main Entry: ↑cost Ⅱ. cost a bomb …   Financial and business terms

  • cost sb a bomb — Ⅰ. cost (sb) a fortune/a bomb/the earth INFORMAL ► to be very expensive: »The court case will cost the company a fortune. Main Entry: ↑cost Ⅱ. cost a bomb …   Financial and business terms

  • cost sb a fortune — Ⅰ. cost (sb) a fortune/a bomb/the earth INFORMAL ► to be very expensive: »The court case will cost the company a fortune. Main Entry: ↑cost Ⅱ. cost a bomb …   Financial and business terms

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