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Cost is the value of money that has been used to produce something and is therefore no longer available.
Cost may also refer to:
- Economic cost, an overview of cost in the field of economics
- Opportunity cost, the cost of something measured by the inability to spend the money elsewhere
- Historical cost, also known as accounting cost, the original value of an economic item
- Variable cost, costs of doing business that increase or decrease with the amount of revenue, such as labor and fuel
- Fixed cost, costs of doing business that do not change, such as rent and administration
- Total cost, fixed plus variable cost
- Average cost, the total cost of production divided by the number of items produced
- Marginal cost, the decrease in costs resulting from producing more items
- Cost curve, a graph of the cost of production as a function of the number of items produced
- Cost, Texas, an unincorporated community in the United States
- Biological cost
- Court costs
- Costs (album), a 2011 album from Gideon
- European Cooperation in Science and Technology, abbreviated COST, a European intergovernmental organization
- Costco NASDAQ ticker symbol
- The Cost (album), the sixth studio album by The Frames
- The Cost (band), an American punk rock group
- "The Cost" (The Wire), a 2002 television episode
- The Cost (film), a 1920 American silent drama film
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