Translation of opportunity cost in Spanish:

opportunity cost

costo de oportunidad, n.

noun

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    costo de oportunidad masculine Latin America
    coste de oportunidad masculine Spain
    • On the other hand, the lower yield curve also implies a lower opportunity cost of waiting to invest, due to the lower short-term rate.
    • For now, we will assume that the opportunity cost of their time is $5, which now gives them a residual of $5.
    • Gold held as reserves by a Central Bank has an opportunity cost.
    • As incomes rise and the opportunity cost of performing menial labor changes, fewer people will want to work as servants.
    • That's the opportunity cost of domestically produced software.