When the verb cost means to be priced at or to cause loss or expenditure, it is
uninflected in the past tense and as a past participle. For example, we might say
Define cost: the price of something : the amount of money that is needed to pay
for or buy ... 3 past costed : to estimate or set the cost of —often used with out.
simple past tense and past participle of cost. We costed the project at $1,000,000.
(simple past tense): We've costed the project at £1,000,000. (past participle) ...
is used for the past tense and past participle. ... Good food need not cost a fortune
(= cost a lot of money). cost somebody something The meal cost us about £40.
English verb cost conjugated in all tenses. ... Infinitive: to cost. Participle: cost.
Gerund: costing ... Past. I cost you cost he cost we cost you cost they cost ...
Irregular verb definition for 'to Cost', including the base form, past simple, past
participle, 3rd person singular, present participle / gerund.
Answer. The past tense of cost is cost. ... What is the Armenian word for cost?
What is the Azerbaijani word for cost? What is the Basque word for cost? What is
Past Tense Irregular Verbs List. English Grammar Rules ... Verb, Past Simple,
Past Participle. arise, arose, arisen ... cost, cost, cost. cut, cut, cut. deal, dealt,
3. past tense and past participle costed To estimate or determine the cost of: The
accountants costed out our expenses. Idiom: at all costs. Regardless of the ...
I think costs is used when you have a singular subject and cost is used. ... I think
the confusion stems from the lack of a distinctive past tense ...