spread costs

spread costs
spread payments/repayments/costs
FINANCE to make regular payments towards the total cost of something, usually for a period of months or years: »

Repayments can be spread over two years.

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  • spread payments/repayments/costs — ► FINANCE to make regular payments towards the total cost of something, usually for a period of months or years: »Repayments can be spread over two years. Main Entry: ↑spread …   Financial and business terms

  • spread repayments/costs — spread payments/repayments/costs ► FINANCE to make regular payments towards the total cost of something, usually for a period of months or years: »Repayments can be spread over two years. Main Entry: ↑spread …   Financial and business terms

  • spread payments — spread payments/repayments/costs ► FINANCE to make regular payments towards the total cost of something, usually for a period of months or years: »Repayments can be spread over two years. Main Entry: ↑spread …   Financial and business terms

  • spread repayments — spread payments/repayments/costs ► FINANCE to make regular payments towards the total cost of something, usually for a period of months or years: »Repayments can be spread over two years. Main Entry: ↑spread …   Financial and business terms

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  • spread — [[t]sprɛd[/t]] v. spread, spread•ing, n. adj. 1) to draw, stretch, or open out, esp. over a flat surface: Spread out the blanket[/ex] 2) to extend out; move apart: The bird spread its wings[/ex] 3) to distribute over an area of space or time: to… …   From formal English to slang

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