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to waste / to squander
to consume / to spend
funds / expenditure / CL: 筆|笔
to waste / to spend / to consume / to squander
free (of charge)
to pay / to cover the costs
  *费* | 费* | *费
surname Fei
  *费* | 费* | *费
to cost / to spend / fee / wasteful / expenses
cost / expenditure / expense / CL: 筆|笔, 個|个
to pay a fee
to charge a fee
freight fee
expense / cost / to spend (time or money) / expenditure
tuition fee / tuition / CL: 個|个
service charge / processing fee / commission
rate / tariff
service charge / cover charge
to require effort / strenuous
call charge
(postal, telecom etc) service charge
insurance premium
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania / abbr. for 費拉德爾菲亞|费拉德尔菲亚
at one's own expense / self-funded
to pay a fee
labor cost
registration fee
business travel expenses
consumer finance
to expend a great deal of effort
at public expense
to be in arrears / to be out of credit / amount owing
membership dues
water bill
medical expenses
to waste (one's energy etc)
to take time / time-consuming
room charge
passenger fare
"three public expenditures" of the PRC government, i.e. air travel, food and entertainment, and public vehicles
transport costs
travel expenses / money for a voyage / toll
child support payment (after a divorce)
to take a lot of trouble (over sb or sth) / may I trouble you (to do sth)
incidental costs / sundries / extras
to be puzzled / hard to understand / unintelligible / incomprehensible
to rack one's brains (idiom); to take great pains to think sth through
party membership dues
toll (fee for using a road)
tip / gratuity
troublesome / to take a lot of trouble to do sth
food expenses / board expenses / meals (cost)
funeral expenses
military expenditure
alimony / child support / maintenance allowance
as easy as blowing off dust / effortless / with ease
to take a lot of trouble (idiom); painstaking / at the cost of a lot of effort
Feixian county in Linyi 臨沂|临沂, Shandong
effortless / not expending the slightest effort
to rack one's brains for schemes (idiom) / to beat one's brains out
author's remuneration / CL: 筆|笔
time charge
to spend (money or time)
extravagance and waste (idiom)
to waste (one's breath, one's energy etc) / to try in vain
China Consumers' Association (CCA)
transfer fee / signing bonus / sign-on bonus
expense claim form
house call fee / callout fee
consumer price index CPI
Fermi (name) / Enrico Fermi (1901-1954), Italian born US nuclear physicist
Roger Federer (1981-), Swiss tennis star
to spend effort / to take trouble / May I trouble you to...? (as part of polite request) / Please would you mind...?
consumer group
to take great pains / to go to a lot of trouble
fellah (loanword)
Fei Xiaotong (1910-2005), Chinese sociologist
Feinman or Feynman (name) / Richard Feynman (1918-1988), US physicist, 1965 Nobel prize laureate together with TOMONAGA Shin'ichirō and Julian Schwinger
excessive consumption / overspending on luxuries
(accounting) accrued expense
extra pay for hot weather
variant of 費瑪|费玛
Theodor of Fyodor (name)
hush money
Ludwig Feuerbach (1804-1872), materialist philosopher
business cost / business expense
medical fees
travel expenses
government funded / paid by state stipend
to squander money / to spend extravagantly
to spend (much) effort / to go through (a lot of) trouble
signing bonus / sign-on bonus
Bielefeld (city in Germany)
air freight (cost of air transport)

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