variable cost

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variable cost (plural variable costs)

  1. (accounting) A cost that changes with the change in volume of activity of an organization.
    Variable costs of nuclear-generated electricity seem low.
    Variable costs may actually vary with the number of shifts, the number of set-ups, or many other specific activities.

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