Traducción de costly en español:


costoso, adj.

Pronunciación /ˈkɔs(t)li/ /ˈkɒs(t)li/

Ver definición en español de costoso

adjetivo costlier, costliest

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    • This scared her because she feared not following through might one day be costly in terms of her job.
    • As in real life, a managerial appointment made in haste could end up being financially costly in the long run.
    • Legal processes are costly in terms of both the fees and the management time involved.
    • The problem with this argument is that the managerial regime is still relatively costly in two ways.
    • Having to pull back at the last minute was costly in both money and reputation.
    • Being able to prevent costly repairs is crucial on such expensive machinery.
    • All the time our idiot in his costly clothing with expensive tackle failed to catch a single fish.
    • Research of this kind requires a lot of expensive brainpower and costly equipment.
    • It was considered to be too costly to repair and was offered for sale and removal.
    • It's expensive, but not as eye-wateringly costly as owning and running your own jet.
    • The repairs will not only be costly but will also take a considerable amount of time to complete.
    • Many people are going to find it is too costly to apply to the university of their choice.
    • The more you reduce something, the harder and more costly it becomes to shrink it any further.
    • It is also useful for parents wishing to let their kids play with a toy before making a costly purchase.
    • Even putting together a bid, with no guarantee of success, would be costly.
    • There can be a question mark over access to the property and it could prove impossible or costly to try to cover all the options.
    • It's a costly ritual, and one that I begrudge, but it beats my woeful attempts with a needle and thread.
    • They have plowed billions into the project and are keen to ensure it doesn't turn into a costly flightless bird.
    • Uneven pavements can cause very serious injuries which is costly for health services and the council.
    • Church authorities decided to demolish the building because it was proving too costly to maintain.