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cost–plus

adjective \ˈks(t)-ˈpləs\

Definition of COST-PLUS

1
:  paid on the basis of a fixed fee or a percentage added to actual cost <a cost–plus contract>
2
:  of or relating to a cost-plus contract

First Known Use of COST-PLUS

1918

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