expense

Expense vs Bill - What's the difference?

expense | bill |


As nouns the difference between expense and bill

is that expense is a spending or consuming often specifically an act of disbursing or spending funds while bill is car (motorcar, automobile).

As a verb expense

is to charge a cost against an expense account; to bill something to the company for which one works.

Profit vs Expense - What's the difference?

profit | expense |


As nouns the difference between profit and expense

is that profit is profit while expense is a spending or consuming often specifically an act of disbursing or spending funds.

As a verb expense is

to charge a cost against an expense account; to bill something to the company for which one works.

Expense vs Revenue - What's the difference?

expense | revenue |


As nouns the difference between expense and revenue

is that expense is a spending or consuming often specifically an act of disbursing or spending funds while revenue is the income returned by an investment.

As a verb expense

is to charge a cost against an expense account; to bill something to the company for which one works.

Figure vs Expense - What's the difference?

figure | expense |


As verbs the difference between figure and expense

is that figure is while expense is to charge a cost against an expense account; to bill something to the company for which one works.

As an adjective figure

is figurative.

As a noun expense is

a spending or consuming often specifically an act of disbursing or spending funds.

Expense vs Tuition - What's the difference?

expense | tuition |


As nouns the difference between expense and tuition

is that expense is a spending or consuming often specifically an act of disbursing or spending funds while tuition is (label) a sum of money paid for instruction (such as in a high school, boarding school, university, or college).

As a verb expense

is to charge a cost against an expense account; to bill something to the company for which one works.

Amount vs Expense - What's the difference?

amount | expense |


As nouns the difference between amount and expense

is that amount is the total, aggregate or sum of material (not applicable to discrete numbers or units or items in standard english) while expense is a spending or consuming often specifically an act of disbursing or spending funds.

As verbs the difference between amount and expense

is that amount is to total or evaluate while expense is to charge a cost against an expense account; to bill something to the company for which one works.

Expense vs Consumption - What's the difference?

expense | consumption |


As nouns the difference between expense and consumption

is that expense is a spending or consuming often specifically an act of disbursing or spending funds while consumption is the act of consuming something.

As a verb expense

is to charge a cost against an expense account; to bill something to the company for which one works.

Expense vs Savings - What's the difference?

expense | savings |


As nouns the difference between expense and savings

is that expense is a spending or consuming often specifically an act of disbursing or spending funds while savings is that which has been saved, particularly money that has been set aside for the future.

As a verb expense

is to charge a cost against an expense account; to bill something to the company for which one works.

Costly vs Expense - What's the difference?

costly | expense |


As an adjective costly

is of high cost; expensive.

As a noun expense is

a spending or consuming often specifically an act of disbursing or spending funds.

As a verb expense is

to charge a cost against an expense account; to bill something to the company for which one works.

Worth vs Expense - What's the difference?

worth | expense |


As nouns the difference between worth and expense

is that worth is (countable) value while expense is a spending or consuming often specifically an act of disbursing or spending funds.

As verbs the difference between worth and expense

is that worth is (obsolete|except in set phrases) to be, become, betide while expense is to charge a cost against an expense account; to bill something to the company for which one works.

As a preposition worth

is having a value of; proper to be exchanged for.

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